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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.

8/13/19: 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.

7/9/19: GAME (NOT REALLY) OVER
Jul 8th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Shorty’s loses its longtime space but stays alive; KCTS/Crosscut workers want a union; is ICE using WA driver’s-license pics?; Eyman’s latest initiative fizzles.

4/15/19: I UNCOVER THE WATERFRONT
Apr 14th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Viaduct destruction continues; still more anti-‘Seattle Is Dying’ counter-arguments; Mariners become human again; Durkan defends immigrants (and defends defending them).

11/23/18: THE (DELICIOUS) CIRCLE WON’T BE BROKEN
Nov 22nd, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

Keeping King Donut-Teriyaki-Laundromat ‘a real place’; a legal victory for MHA upzones; a Bitcoin ‘mining’ data co. files for Chapter 11; remembering JFK after 55 years.

6/21/18: UNRESOLVED MYSTERIES
Jun 20th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

A map of Seattle’s weirdest places; still more family-separation backlash; Seattle Symphony’s VR push; crime fear vs. reality.

MISCmedia MAIL FOR 120/17: (MORE) NEWS ON THE MARCH
Jan 29th, 2017 by Clark Humphrey

Our Monday e-missive is, natch, mostly about the weekend’s “emergency marches” against the immigrant ban and the Sleaze Machine that devised it. But we also find space to remember a local TV legend and nationally renowned Scandahoovian-dialect comedy singer.

MISCmedia MAIL FOR 1/10/17: ALL YESTERDAY’S TOMORROWS
Jan 9th, 2017 by Clark Humphrey

We finally have something to look forward to this year! (Two things, if you count the possibility of a little snow on Tuesday.) Additional topics include a local eco-activist’s part of a global effort to keep once-futuristic electronic gadgets out of dumps and landfills; the just-started and already deadlocked Legislature; how urban growth affects plant/animal evolution; and Teatro ZinZanni’s site getting sold off.

MISCmedia MAIL FOR 1/9/17: JAYAPAL’S FIRST STAND
Jan 8th, 2017 by Clark Humphrey

Pramila Jayapal did her best to derail the Electoral College vote’s certification after it was already too late, alas. But it’s never too late to join the Resistance. Or to read today’s e-missive about the next stages in police reform; how and why white liberals should learn to “talk about race;” some “dangerously pure” street drugs; and treating depression with a video game.

MISCmedia MAIL FOR 1/6/17: AS HE LAY DYING
Jan 5th, 2017 by Clark Humphrey

Video evidence shows that police-shooting victim Che Taylor was left to bleed on the ground for almost eight minutes. We also discuss a potentially misguided effort to industrialize a suburb; big sign-ups for the local Women’s March; a girls’ school adding boys (in a separate facility); Korean fashion coming to town; and the usual dozens of weekend activity listings.

MISCmedia MAIL for 12/19/16: HOME SWEET HOME FRONT
Dec 18th, 2016 by Clark Humphrey

We’re still experiencing the effects of WWII to our region’s environment, and not just at Hanford. Also, as we count down to the solstice, we examine disputed tales of a protest at an Olympia park restroom; a possible alternative mode of housing for at-risk adults; the connection between both would-be arena developers and a former newspaper empire; and the end of one of our fave small-biz combos, King Donut-Teriyaki-Laundromat.

MISCmedia MAIL for 9/16/16: BUNKER BLOCKED?
Sep 15th, 2016 by Clark Humphrey

That fancy new police building folks have rallied against? Sent back for further review. Among other topics this day: Loving portraits of GLBT Mormons; whether the police really needed to shoot Che Taylor; still more Chinese speculation money in Seattle real estate; the usual many, many weekend event listings; and a weird idea to give homeless folks “non-monetary donations” online.

MISCmedia MAIL for 9/13/16: THE HOT 100
Sep 12th, 2016 by Clark Humphrey

We begin with three lists totaling 100 all-time Northwest indie-rock records. We continue from there with (alas) false state-income-tax allegations; anti-Muslim bigotry hitting home; what the costly homelessness consultant didn’t directly look into; a former “Drunk of the Week” (or was she?) suing; and the Mariners’ streak continuing.

MISCmedia MAIL for 8/17/16: DE-BUNK-ING
Aug 16th, 2016 by Clark Humphrey

There’s more rancor over the “Bunker” police precinct. Additionally, the judge in the police-reform case takes a stand; Councilmember Sawant makes a life change; City Light’s new boss was accused of sexist behavior at his previous job; a great indie grocery’s threatened; and Jacob Lawrence’s magnum opus’s coming here next year.

MISCmedia MAIL for 8/11/16: THE SOUND OF SCHMOOZE-IC
Aug 11th, 2016 by Clark Humphrey

Paul Allen’s next big local spectacular will be a music festival and industry confab, coming to Pioneer Square in May. And we also look at another Black Lives Matter march; a fish-processing plant proposed for the soon-to-be-ex Weyerhaeuser campus; feudin’ whales; and an ex-governor’s questionable real-estate sale.

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