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4/30/24: INTENTIONS, IN TENTS
Apr 29th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Pro-Palestinian protest encampment on UW Quad; city Planning Commission finds Harrell’s Comprehensive Plan deeply insufficient; SPD contract goes to City Council; Mariners win an epic pitching-duel game.

4/19/24: A HERO’S TRIBUTE
Apr 19th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Beloved ‘Salish geek’ artist Jeffrey Veregge dies; City Council committee rejects affordable-housing scheme; Alaska Air officials optimistic after first-quarter losses; Seattle Storm opens its fancy new practice facility.

4/15/24: AROUND THE WORLD IN 175 DAYS
Apr 14th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

100 years since the first round-the-world flight; why LA-made Rainier Beer’s missing from local bars; more background about the cop who killed Jaahnavi Kandula; data centers and electric cars straining the NW power grid.

4/12/24: A SHOW WITH AFTERMARKET PARTS
Apr 11th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Cherdonna Shinatra’s cabaret show at an auto garage; most library branches to close one day a week; Carnation neighbors vs. Remlinger Farms’ concert plans; is T-Mobile supporting a red-states AGs’ group?

4/10/24: FOR FAR IS IT FROM HERE?
Apr 9th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Ex-UW researcher’s online walkability guide to the whole country; the bad old days of the Teen Dance Ordinance; another Boeing whistleblower speaks out; Cornish College to sell its last Capitol Hill building.

4/8/24: CANDLES ON A BENCH
Apr 7th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

More Cobain remembrances 30 years later; more on Boeing’s longtime fealty to the Almighty Stock Price; proposed SPD contract offers little to no increased accountability; there’s an eclipse and we’ll get it just partly (again).

3/15/24: PIXIES IN DIXIE
Mar 14th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Stacey Levine’s novel of two Florida sisters and a ‘shadowy’ Other; Shaun Scott runs to replace Frank Chopp in the Legislature; judge says King County deputies needn’t enforce Burien camping ban; a sad local anniversary.

3/7/24: HERE THEY ARE NOW
Mar 6th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Artists’ variations on Charles Peterson’s classic Nirvana photos; Harrell’s Comprehensive Plan gets more criticism; NTSB head slams Boeing’s disaster response; Zulily may get an in-name-only comeback.

2/27/24: STAGE, AND SCREEN
Feb 26th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Local TV special on a Black theater company’s struggle to stay alive; anti-rent-gouging bill dead in Olympia; FTC to fight big grocery merger plan; why Seattleites mourn Bartell Drugs.

2/19/24: TIME, PLACE, AND FAMILY
Feb 18th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Tessa Hulls’ graphic novel spans 100 years in China and the US; highlights of HistoryLink’s 25 years of yesterdays; Amazon wants the National Labor Relations Board to go away; one local bank’s buying, another’s selling.

2/13/24: A ‘NET’ LEGACY
Feb 12th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

More on the 50-year legacy of the Boldt Decision; union forming at the Stranger; King County has fewer under-18s compared to 2020; when Seattle had its own Mardi Gras and why it stopped.

1/29/24: FROM MUSIC WITH ‘CARE’
Jan 28th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Music-scene outreach to supply the homeless; Tacoma man convicted at 18, out of prison at 43, could be sent back; ex-WA First Lady Nancy Evans dies; ‘three girls’ caught on cam vandalizing cars in Bellevue.

12/26/23: TWO KINDS OF HARDBALL
Dec 25th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Shaun Scott book recounts the age-old sports/politics interface; more reaction to acquittals in Manny Ellis’ killing; the complicated truth behind that ‘nightmare tenant’ story; what Boxing Day means to me.

12/15/23: THE ARTIEST GHOSTS YOU KNOW
Dec 14th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

‘Ghosts of Belltown’ group show opens new art space; ‘Jewish Voices for Peace’ mach closes University Bridge; city drug-treatment program already near capacity; could the feds order Starbucks to reopen unionized-then-closed stores?

12/13/23: SMALL TREE, BIG TALE
Dec 13th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

HBO doc on the theft of a historic bonsai tree in Federal Way; Sound Transit CEO quits after 16 months; Tacoma officers’ lawyer claims Manny Ellis caused his own death; Zulily claims it was murdered by Amazon.

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