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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?

12/11/23: THE ‘ZU’ IS THROUGH
Dec 10th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Etailer Zulily’s final days; Denny Blaine Park won’t be de-nuded for a kiddie playground; Starbucks wants to talk to unions again (under certain conditions); UW QB Michael Penix Jr. doesn’t get the Heisman Trophy.

12/7/23: TOO LEGIT TO ‘QUITTE’
Dec 6th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

UW prof on how every version of a song becomes its own work; rain/flood effects continue; SPOG head bashes police accountability agency; King County Council warns of ‘dire’ budget cuts ahead.

12/1/23: A CITY’S ‘SKIN’
Nov 30th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Ahamefule J. Oluo stage musical becomes a locally-shot film; feds may recommend offing Snake River dams; workplace issues probed at a major state agency; UW study says AI images often perpetuate race/gender stereotypes.

11/29/23: A ‘GAME’ THAT NEVER ENDS
Nov 28th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Shaun Scott book tells Seattle history via Seattle sports history; Burien allows a ‘pallet shelter’ after all (with restrictions); Amazon’s got its own AI chat bot ‘for business;’ Broadway’s ex-cinema pharmacy RIP.

11/28/23: A PLAY FOR TODAY
Nov 27th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Locally-written drama explores Israeli-Palestinian rift; TV-station owners, streaming services playing fiscal hardball; SPD officer accused of helping drug runners; Alex Pedersen wants to use trees to deter residential development.

11/15/23: SISTERLY FRENEMIES
Nov 14th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Graphic novel on sibling rivalry; no Seattle public schools to close (for now); some dogs missing after dog-daycare center catches fire; is Seattle ‘too boring to be the worst at anything’?

11/3/23: POST-WORLD-SERIES-LETDOWN READING
Nov 2nd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle’s true face as revealed (in Shaun Scott’s new book) thru sports; wind knocks out power to many and sets a barge adrift; ex-King Co. jail guard accused of co-running drug ring; Bezos leaving town for Miami.

10/26/23: GETTING IT ‘TOWN’ ON PAPER
Oct 25th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Coffee-table mag honors ‘Filipinotown’; Amazon workers talk about ‘pain and exhaustion;’ big business wants a Council that’ll cut everything but cops; can AI really solve all humanity’s problems? (Probably not.)

10/17/23: A LESSON FROM SEVERAL WARS AGO
Oct 16th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Local creator’s graphic novel of a Jewish man’s compassion amid WWII internments; Rite Aid bankruptcy could doom more Bartell stores; where transit ridership has and hasn’t returned; toxic algae closes Green Lake.

10/6/23: KICKING IT OUT
Oct 5th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Megan Rapinoe’s big career finale, and other major local goings-away; the controversy (and limits) of AI-generated prose; Manny Ellis’s family speaks out at trial of officers who killed him.

10/3/23: KLU-LESS
Oct 2nd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Longtime Seattle art/music scene figure dies; three City Councilmembers say they’re against any major ‘austerity’ budget cuts; SDOT’s got ideas for climate-change responses in transportation; Seattle’s Hard Rock Cafe still exists (but not for long).

9/29/23: STAMP OF ACHIEVEMENT
Sep 28th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

USPS picks local artist for Hispanic Heritage stamp; cop who laughed at Kandula death taken off the streets; FTC suit says Amazon has a ‘secret pricing algorithm;’ judge cites Starbucks for underpaying unionized workers.

9/22/23: FORGOTTEN ‘NO’ MORE
Sep 21st, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Centennial of ‘No-No Boy’ novelist John Okada; Microsoft to infuse AI into Windows and other products; ‘could selling sewage save the Salish Sea?;’ heavy rain possible next week.

9/13/23: ‘EXIT,’ STAGE LEFT
Sep 12th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

‘Chaos and male fragility’ in ex-Amazonian’s memoir; City Council’s revised war-on-drug bill moves ahead; Lusty Lady sign (what’s left of it) comes down; is or isn’t Seattle an AI industry powerhouse?

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