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8/5/20: PRIMARY COLORS
Aug 4th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Early primary-election votes show several progressives leading, Tim Eyman losing; Durkan and Best don’t want any significant SPD cuts; is Microsoft getting too cozy with the White House?; were violent feds sent to Portland just to appear in campaign ads?; Pat O’Day RIP.

8/3/20: ‘THINGS ARE A BLUR’
Aug 2nd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A Washington COVID survivor tells her grueling tale; Microsoft wants to buy TikTok’s US operations; it’s not all peaceful again in Portland; Pac-12 football players make safety and other demands before they’ll play in the fall.

7/29/20: A TALE OF TWO JURISDICTIONS
Jul 28th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Howcum Vancouver has so many fewer COVID cases than Seattle?; Rep. Pramila Jayapal trounces AG Bill Barr; the ex-Mrs. Bezos announces big charitable commitments (unlike Mr. Bezos, still); someone who’ll never call the police explains why.

7/24/20: IT SHALL BE RELEASED
Jul 23rd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

We’ve got a hockey team name (just not a team yet); federal agents land in Seattle, but Durkan says don’t worry; more lawsuits and investigations over Portland anti-protester violence; WA restaurant/bar reopening rules will be re-tightened.

7/16/20: INSIDE FROM THE OUTSIDE
Jul 16th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

More pix of quarantiners at home; KEXP’s widened spectrum of sounds (and voices); Durkan says she’s not responsible for SPD’s actions; COVID modelers say schools should only open if case counts go down.

7/15/20: TRYING, AND DRYING, TIMES
Jul 14th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Erica C. Barnett’s unflinching addiction/recovery story; Cafe Racer’s third closing; what police defunding advocates want isn’t what Durkan says they want; Rudyard Kipling views the Great Seattle Fire’s aftermath.

7/10/20: A TIME ALREADY PAST, SORT OF, MAYBE
Jul 9th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Photos of when Seattle’s streets were even emptier than now; a City Council majority backs major police changes; Inslee won’t be bullied about reopening schools; viewing local art in ‘augmented reality.’

7/9/20: MORE HAUNTING THAN HORROR
Jul 8th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Local short film vividly depicts depression’s soul-struggle; City Council hears defunding-the-police scenarios; Puyallup Fair finally canceled for 2020; will big companies leave rather than pay Seattle’s new payroll tax?

7/2/20: ‘CHOP’-PED
Jul 1st, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Police expel Capitol Hill protest site at dawn; Durkan promises ‘reimagined policing’; final vote set on one fo the city payroll-tax plans; local homeless counts rose in the pre-COVID months.

6/30/20: POST-PANDEMIC PRACTICES?
Jun 29th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Imagining future human behaviors as current COVID conditions drag on; not all of the rise in COVID diagnoses in the region can be attributed to more testing; another fatal near-CHOP shooting and the now-usual reactions; the state’s population’s still rising.

6/25/20: THE LAST SLICE
Jun 24th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A venerable Capitol Hill pizza place won’t reopen; is or isn’t CHOP disbanding?; Seattle Schools end ties with police; COVID makes economic and racial inequality even more dangerous.

6/23/20: CHOPPED ‘CHOP’?
Jun 23rd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Mayor Durkan really, really wants the Capitol Hill protest zone gone; hoax PR release claims Seattle Art Museum ‘dissolving’; major loitering laws repealed; Yakima’s biggest COVID-exposer now is ‘community spread.’

6/22/20: NIGHT OF THE LONGEST DAY
Jun 21st, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A sunset ‘Moon Dance’ marks an interrupted Solstice; Juneteenth perspectives; Yakima has more COVID cases than it can care for; emerging CHOP shooting details imply a personal, not a political, crime.

6/18/20: UP THE PIKE
Jun 17th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A live-stream benefit gala for the Pike Place Market; King County Labor Council expels Seattle Police Officers Guild; the state reported more negative COVID tests than it got; the West Seattle Bridge ‘can be fixed,’ but should it?

6/17/20: BRINGING DARKNESS INTO LIGHT
Jun 16th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Meet one of the Black photographers of Black Lives Matter; Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda proposes a ‘payroll tax lite’; CHOP protest site gets a little more official; there’s no Comic-Con or PAX this year.

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