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7/12/24: LOTSA WATER; FEWER PEOPLE
Jul 11th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Advocates for preserving Seattle’s ‘hidden beaches;’ mental-health ‘crises’ at low-income housing sites; a feisty neighborhood cinema struggles to survive; we’re an All-America City (remember those?).

7/11/24: ‘NET’ PROGRESS
Jul 10th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Storm stars help make doc about WNBA players’ political crusade; 75 years of (what I still call) Sea-Tac; critics say Amazon’s Climate Pledge isn’t as successful as company says; anonymous letter claims SPD watchdogs ignored complaints about ex-chief Diaz.

7/10/24: THE WORD(S) ON THE STREET(S)
Jul 9th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Text-heavy street art in W. Seattle; Councilmember Woo claims graffiti dissing her is a ‘hate crime;’ grocery merger plan would spin off most QFCs and some Safeways; it’ll be just slightly less hot today.

7/9/24: ‘POKING’ NORTH
Jul 8th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

SAM exhibit defines a bigger, more inclusive ‘west coast’ alt-art scene; SPD employee listed as both ‘working’ and ‘retired;’ Rep. Adam Smith wants Biden out; Boeing plea-bargain settlement with the feds leaves out MAX crash victims’ families.

7/8/24: SALVATION FOR THE DAMMED?
Jul 7th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Tribes work to get more ‘deadbeat dams’ removed; faulty drones mar SeaTac 4th of July; Pierce County councilmember refuses to work in the same room with a Pride flag; we’ve got oppressive heat, wildfires, etc.

7/4/24: TOO BEAUTIFUL FOR FAST FOOD?
Jul 3rd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

The prettiest Taco Time is going away; what got cut from city’s Transportation Levy; a new name for an old light-rail stop; Kraken hires NHL’s first female asst. coach.

7/3/24: TRICKING, AND TICKLING, THE EYE
Jul 2nd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Commercial ‘Museum of Illusions’ opens; youth-shelter operator announces cutbacks; holes found in two busy roads; Russell Investments ditching ex-WaMu Tower for Rainier Square.

7/2/24: A LOT TO LOSE
Jul 1st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Detailed map shows eco projects at risk under cap-and-trade repeal initiative; we’re almost to 800,000 people; a state employee’s big alleged fraud; Bill Gates loses his spot among the world’s richest to his Microsoft successor.

7/1/24: PRIDE GOETH BEFORE…
Jun 30th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

More dissing about corporatized Pride; local officials say they won’t be (more) punitive against the unhoused after SCOTUS decision; yet another state ferry knocked out of service; feds may seek Boeing plea-bargain deal.

6/28/24: PUMP UP THE PLAY
Jun 27th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Fancy new playground opens; Auburn officer found guilty of murder in Jesse Seray death; Tammy Morales pushes for bigger transportation levy; Tacoma’s new city logo and its discontents.

6/27/24: BOUND, IN PAPERBACK
Jun 26th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Local editor’s ‘Literature of Japanese American Incarceration;’ stabbings, shooting inside a car being driven on I-5; Congressional candidate fires manager who’d criticized Israel online; ACLU slams conditions at Tacoma’s for-profit ICE jail.

6/26/24: END OF FILE
Jun 25th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Living Computers Museum contents to be auctioned; 2020 anti-SPD protesters awarded punitive damages; 737 crash families want an ‘independent monitor’ over Boeing; why Pride still needs to be radical.

6/25/24: BRICK YARD LINES
Jun 24th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Elaborate Lego model of Husky Stadium; right-wing initiative sponsor has a fancy Japanese estate; SPL computers slowly coming back online; Amazon may be creating its own AI chatbot.

6/24/24: A FAKED ‘DEATH’
Jun 23rd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Mariners’ ‘blue screen of death’ stunt on ‘Microsoft Night;’ electricians’ strike ends, janitors’ strike might start; Boeing likely won’t see federal charges over crashes; Ferguson warns of a ‘close race’ for governor this year.

6/21/24: BANKING ON ART
Jun 20th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

New gallery space goes beyond ‘bank lobby art;’ two SPD command staff members investigated over ‘crimes against women;’ new rules on old-growth logging announced; Melinda French Gates’ first-ever presidential endorsement.

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