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8/21/19: SNOW LINES AND HAIRLINES, BOTH RECEDING
Aug 20th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

One scientist’s long-term study of dying glaciers; whale-watching tour operators win and coal-port developers lose in court decisions; can bright clothes keep Rainier Ave. pedestrians alive?

8/19/19: NOT THE ‘BIKE BOOM’ WE WANT
Aug 18th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Lime-E bike batteries go ‘kapow’; more neo-fascist BS in Portland; Amazon pays warehouse workers to say things aren’t really so bad there; other cities don’t want to be the ‘Next Seattle’ after all.

8/16/19: STUPID TROLL TRICKS
Aug 15th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

‘Swatting’ pranks and their real dangers; why farmers want to keep the Snake River dams; state Supreme Court upholds Three Strikes law; Lake Washington’s warming up.

8/15/19: A (HIGHER) NOTE OF FAITH
Aug 14th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Women get to sing (for now) at St. Mark’s Compline Service; more on state Rep. Matt Shea’s ‘Bible war’ pals; Lorena Gonzalez wants to rein in local PAC spending; Amazon says it can sense your fear.

8/14/19: HOW GREEN WAS MY LAPTOP
Aug 13th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Bill Nye invokes ‘behavior change’ for Google; AG Bob Ferguson sues to keep federal clean-power rules; Southwest Airlines might buy its first non-Boeing planes; mistrial in UW shooting case.

8/13/19: LIFE IN THE BUS LANE
Aug 12th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Folks take to the streets against lane-cheating drivers; City Council nixes soda-tax veto; Crosscut workers protest their boss’s firing; an Amazon interview coach charges thousands to job seekers.

8/12/19: THE OTHER (DESIGNER) SHOE DROPS
Aug 11th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Nordstrom leaves an emptying-out Northgate; a bus driver’s lovely ‘Ode to Aurora;’ feds try to discredit a climate-related UW study; there’s too much of the wrong kind of salmon.

8/9/19: FROM FARM TO TABLE (ER, COURTHOUSE)
Aug 8th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Lorena Gonzalez runs for state Attorney General; ‘Never Again Is Now’ rally fails to impress ICE’s local landlord (a Holocaust survivor); citizen commission rejects Durkan’s latest police-reform plan; Melinda Gates wants gender equality this century.

8/8/19: HOW MEGA WAS MY BLOCK?
Aug 7th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A giant, complex deal for the city-owned Mercer tract; more primary-election fallout; a China trade war could devastate Washington farmers; FedEx Ground says goodbye to Amazon.

8/7/19: THE PRIMARY COLORS
Aug 6th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

City Council finalists emerge; we’re the nation’s 5th costliest city (with a big asterisk); Inslee’s plan to stem white-nationalist terrorism; big nonprofits vs. workers’ overtime rights.

8/6/19: THE HEART UN-BREAKERS
Aug 5th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A new book honors 50 years of Medic One; primary election day’s here at last; replay reviews change the Seafair hydroplane winner; Bezos sells almost $3 billion in Amazon stock.

8/5/19: DOCKING MANEUVERS
Aug 4th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The downtown ferry terminal will go bye-bye; pork farmers halted a big health probe; robots potentially threaten lots of jobs; a ‘hot, nasty summer election campaign’ is almost over.

8/2/19: PIPE NIGHTMARES
Aug 1st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

In another massive e-missive: Death Cab’s tribute to young pipeline-blast victims; charges in a different kind of cyber-theft; no more ‘dress-coding’ in Seattle schools; Amazon’s Dash gets ditched.

8/1/19: FLAG, SHIPPED
Jul 31st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

In one of our biggest newsletters to date: Sounders FC doesn’t like fans’ giant anti-fascist flag; WA’s 1st woman (and gay) House speaker; obviously faked pix on City Council campaign mailers; Inslee’s last (presidential campaign) stand?

7/31/19: ROCK THIS HOUSE
Jul 30th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

An attempt to save the doomed-for-development Alki Rock House; learning about the alleged Seattle cyber-thief; more UW College Republican hate speech; can Inslee’s presidential campaign live another day?

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