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1/20/22: ALL IN A ‘ROW’
Jan 19th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A new senior building’s mural tribute to ’36 UW crew team; it’s two years since COVID ‘officially’ arrived in WA and the US; QFC/Fred Meyer workers ‘struggle to make ends meet’ as parent co. rakes in big profits; Latino activists blast state redistricting plan.

12/23/21: NOT A PRETTY SONG
Dec 21st, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Ex-Seattle singer Mark Lanegan tells of his COVID nightmare; BC partly locks down again; two Tacoma officers exonerated over Manuel Ellis’ death; Seahawks clinch their first losing season in a decade.

12/21/12: A SOON-TO-BE-DORMANT VOLCANO
Dec 20th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Lava Lounge, and its historic building, going away; what state Sen. Doug Ericksen did besides opposing vaccines; man living under sanctuary in St. Mark’s won’t face deportation now; a sex-workers’ activist remembers the Green River Killer’s victims.

12/20/21: FORGOTTEN NO MORE?
Dec 19th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

A local Japanese American painter’s posthumous comeback; anti-vax state Senator dies of COVID; Seahawks, Kraken games postponed; Boeing sells its Longacres office complex for ‘transit oriented development.’

12/1/21: THE TRUE NORTH, STRONG AND INUNDATED
Nov 30th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

More floods attack the hard-hit BC interior; the Crocodile has its third grand opening; a labor group claims Amazon under-reports worker COVID cases; the city settles with Charleena Lyles’ family for $3.5 million.

11/23/21: STILL “COOPED UP’ AFTER ALL THESE YEARS
Nov 23rd, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Fifty years since DB Cooper; two Seattle School Board members accused of staff bullying; what’s (still) in the city’s 2022 budget; ‘the truth behind the Great Resignation.”

11/19/21: MADAME OF MYSTERY
Nov 19th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Ex-local author tries to tell the real story about early Seattle’s top madame (honored at the reopening Crocodile); Real Change founder’s new venture; City Council doesn’t cut ‘open’ SPD jobs; Vancouver’s ‘cut off’ from the rest of Canada.

11/18/21: IMAGINE IMOGEN IMAGERY
Nov 17th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Big show at SAM about a major photog from here (who did most of her work elsewhere); flooding cleanup’s underway in WA, while the (bigger) disaster continues in BC; is the ‘Recall Sawant’ campaign sexist, or just some of its loudest supporters?

11/17/21: HOW HIGH’S THE WATER, MAMA?
Nov 16th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Flooding and its impacts aren’t over in WA and BC: state Redistricting Commission fails to finish its job in time; Bruce Harrell’s big transition team; the connection between Bill Gates, nuclear power, and JCPenney.

11/10/21: PLANES, PILLS, AND DOLLAR BILLS
Nov 9th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

A true-crime podcast depicts a Boeing engineer turned master bank robber; Seattle schools take an extra day off this week; KEXP boss retires after three decade; Re-bar to become a piano bar.

11/9/21: TIE A WHITE RIBBON
Nov 8th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Temporary ‘COVID Remembrance Project’ now underway; UW football coach Jimmy Lake’s suspended for one game; 9 percent of Boeing’s US workers want a vax exemption; how has Amazon changed fiction?

10/25/21: CONSIDER IT RELEASED
Oct 24th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

The Kraken’s home debut is a triumph (except for the game’s outcome and the lack of regular TV); Mandate Monday #2 is here; 40 overboard cargo containers added to the usual local windstorm damage; is it racist to note Bruce Harrell’s past defense of Ed Murray?

10/14/21: THE HARDER THEY FALLOUT
Oct 13th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

A literary mag has a ‘scary’ Hanford essay; a classic-cartoon producer dies in Gig Harbor; leaked emails support claims of sexism at Microsoft; the city settles a major police-killing lawsuit for half a million.

10/13/21: GETTING THE GREEN LIGHT
Oct 12th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Northern lights’ local spectacle shines; Kraken’s regular-season launch thrills & disappoints; county council strips Kathy Lambert’s committee chairs; Boeing imposes employee vax mandate.

10/5/21: CRUDE BEHAVIOR
Oct 4th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

The history and possible future of WA’s oil refineries; A Day Without Facebook; some state workers will get a vax-mandate extension; SPD overseers find no official wrongdoing from last summer’s East Precinct abandonment.

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