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3/21/24: POP GOES THE SOCIAL SIGNIFICANCE
Mar 20th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

MoPOP’s ‘Massive’ and the big messages in pop culture; Seattle’s affordable-housing spending drops; UW’s new athletic director splits for Nebraska; Nordstrom may ‘go private.’

3/19/24: ‘DISPLAY’ SETTINGS
Mar 18th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Print mag ‘PublicDisplay.ART’ folds; state official ‘asked to resign’ after claims of racist actions; more Boeing jets, more mishaps in Oregon; the down side of a warm early spring.

3/18/24: AFTER THE GROUND GAVE WAY
Mar 17th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Marking 10 years since the Oso landslide; grand jury formed in Boeing door-plug case; dead Tacoma ICE inmate had been in solitary for years; King County can say ‘We’re #12!’

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.

3/14/24: THE BIG PICTURE (AND A PLACE TO PUT IT)
Mar 13th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle U gets a $300 million art collection (plus funds to build a museum building); judge nixes state regulation of for-profit ICE jail; state Rep. Frank Chopp retiring after 30 years; Seattle Children’s settles sexual-harassment charges.

3/13/24: BOTS AND MONSTERS
Mar 12th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

AI-illustrated kids’ book from a Microsoft exec and son; no surprises in WA Presidential primaries; still more bad news for Boeing; Gonzaga loses WCC title game (a rarity).

3/11/24: RIPPING A NEW, ER, DOOR HOLE
Mar 10th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

John Oliver disses Boeing’s corporate priorities; county deputies asked to not enforce Burien camping ban; skyrocketing costs for salmon-friendly water passages; four years since the first COVID shutdowns.

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.

3/6/24: MAKE ROOM! MAKE ROOM!
Mar 5th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

City finally releases new Comprehensive Plan, with far less new housing than advocates want; Muni Court judge denies allegations of bias; Burien makes homelessness (more) illegal; did Legislative Dems sell out LGBTQ youth?

3/5/24: BLACK, TO THE PAST
Mar 4th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

A history of Black student movements at UW, WSU; Legislature OKs three conservative initiatives; King County launches new anti-fentanyl efforts; MAGA candidate in SW WA invokes racism to oppose a new I-5 bridge.

3/4/24: THE TREE OF TECH
Mar 3rd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

An LED and mylar “cherry tree” at the UW; Boeing wants to buy back Spirit AeroSystems; the SPD officer who killed Jaahnavi Kandula gets a traffic citation; Conor Byrne Pub set to close on 3/31.

3/1/24: POETRY AND TOURISM
Feb 29th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

A high-art video ode to Seattle; big WA labor union endorses ‘Uncommitted’ in Prez primary; trans worker sues Boeing over harassment; that famous CA-based burger chain’s coming to WA (but not near here).

2/29/24: WHO KNOWS? NEUMOS
Feb 28th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Veteran music club turns 20; ‘Strippers’ Bill of Rights’ passes Legislature; fallout from city councilmembers getting protesters arrested; a GOP-led ‘secret assault on voting rights’ in WA.

2/28/24: REMEMBERING A TRAILBLAZER
Feb 27th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

The first Black woman to hold public office in WA dies; six protesters arrested at City Council meeting; Starbucks to negotiate with union organizers; another Boeing whistleblower speaks out.

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.

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