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4/17/18: FROM 10 WATTS TO 10 MILL
Apr 16th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

KEXP’s massive donation; more Starbucks Philly fallout; Seattle’s best public crying spots; are Sprint and T-Mobile like old sitcom characters?

4/9/18: HIS OWN PROMISED LAND
Apr 8th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

A local civil-rights legend passes; an historic nightlife spot’s possibly threatened; a pending victory for BC pipeline opponents; how not to rename a supermarket.

4/6/18: ANY REAL VIRTUE?
Apr 5th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

Virtual reality’s next wowie/scary advance; a local arts mag’s new chapter; why the state Supreme Court backs second chances; could coal exports really be eco-friendly?

4/5/18: ONE ‘EPIC’ EVENT
Apr 4th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

A big tribute to a local art master; Sinclair Broadcasting’s historic precedent; new Seattle Schools head; ‘congestion pricing’ for downtown driving?

4/4/18: THE LAST SPUDD
Apr 3rd, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

A local comedy legend passes; the county exec’s recorded speech; UW psych unit threatened; a possible motive for Michael Bennett’s accuser.

4/3/18: DON’T BE SO DAM GREEDY
Apr 2nd, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

A judge rules for fish over power; sexism charged at SDOT; KOMO staff don’t like Sinclair’s agit-prop demands; city approves parking-less apartments.

4/2/18: A STREETCAR NAMED EXPEDIENCY
Apr 1st, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

Mayor stalls (but doesn’t stop) a transit project; racism and (offline) ‘social networks’; Trans Visibility Day; tribes sue state to save salmon.

3/14/18: DOWN THE PIKE
Mar 13th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

The Pike Place Market as a mixed-economy role model; student walkout preview; Metro stuck with not-fully ‘accessible’ minivans; what’s really keeping more women from tech careers?

3/13/18: GO(NE) FISH
Mar 12th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

‘People-sized salmon’ disappearing; two widely different local music legends gone; more Richard Sherman details; preparing for the student walkout.

3/8/18: FISCAL STATE OF THE ART
Mar 7th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

The costliest painting ever sold comes to SAM; WA Legislature sprints to the finish; Chris Hansen keeps buying Sodo land; Seattle World’s Fair’s PR genius dies.

2/22/18: PAST PIX AND LIVING LEGACIES
Feb 22nd, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

Images of Northwest natives then and now; a Murray accuser sues the city; Boeing offices to become storage lockers; Billy Graham’s tarnished legacy.

2/14/18: OF SPACES AND ‘SPICE’
Feb 13th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

‘Dune’ author gets his memorial park at last; Valentine’s thoughts on jaded cynicism (hint: it’s passé); one more ‘bad apple’ caught at ICE.

1/29/18: STATE OF THE ART OF THE STATE
Jan 29th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

King County Council wants to retake control of 4Culture; Chinatown-Intl. District park’s hi-tech addition; another local radio revivalist passes.

1/26/18: TOURIST TRAPPINGS
Jan 25th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

In your big weekend mail: Dave Grohl does his part for Seattle tourism; a filmmaker who was forbidden to make more films; workers sue a blueberry farm; more contamination found at Hanford; many weekend event listings.

1/25/18: FROM THE RAINIER RUBBLE
Jan 24th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

Relics found in the Rainier Square demolition; different notions of who’s attracted to move to the NW; State House votes to punish Sound Transit; #MeToo in science.

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