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6/7/19: GUITARS N’ GRUB
Jun 6th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Bruce Pavitt’s cheap-food memories; this humble li’l e-missive’s fourth birthday; a rights dispute over a classic Seattle novel; Bush Garden’s ex-owner doesn’t want its building saved.

6/3/19: TEARS FOR A CLOWN
Jun 2nd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Remembering a local performance legend; this year’s official homeless count is down; yet another 737 problem; why Seattle (heart)s business so much.

5/24/19: THE (KARAOKE) SHOW MUST GO ON
May 23rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Bush Garden lives!; the Showbox may live!; Seattle keeps growing (but more slowly); no, affordable housing can’t wait.

SEE ’EM WHILE YOU CAN
May 12th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

All of Washington’s mammals hung up on a wall; more trouble at Western State; another ‘Twin Peaks’ star RIP; what do you call it when the rich displace the middle class?

5/3/19: AS THE CIRCULAR SAW TURNS
May 3rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Hardwick’s Swap Shop to close (really this time); crane victim’s family to sue; homeless numbers drop (maybe); the boats that evoke a pre-techie Seattle.

4/30/19: MOTION, STOPPED
Apr 30th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A local animation legend dies; affirmative-action foes file a referendum to stop I-1000; Boeing’s CEO says he won’t quit; a coffee company that knows when you need more beans.

4/24/19: FIELD OF SCHEMES
Apr 24th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Boeing Field gets new passenger service (but no more ICE deportations); ‘a tale of two Boeing factories’; Amazon sellers and workers talk about their struggles; Seattle’s next-to-last video store may close.

4/23/19: PRINT THE LEGEND, SAVE THE PLACE
Apr 22nd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Tales of an early Seattle madam aren’t all true but still helped save Pioneer Square; another possible Boeing scandal; missing evidence in the Bertha tunnel lawsuit; even the STEM world needs the humanities.

4/19/19: CHANGING LIVES?
Apr 18th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A new mark of desperation: shoplifting Goodwill; the new arena will take longer and cost more; former co-mayor (sorta) Bob Royer dies; the meaning of Saturday’s unofficial holiday.

4/18/19: THE LAST DIVOT?
Apr 17th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Fewer golfers are using Seattle’s city-owned courses; Durkan denies claims of a ‘toxic workplace’; the Daylight Savings Time bill has a catch; Microsoft wants a national carbon tax.

4/16/19: NARRATIVE THREADS
Apr 16th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

In an upcoming exhibit, MOHAI insists there IS fashion style here; Sawant wants to challenge the state’s rent-control ban; the ex-Ballard Zesto site will be razed; online trolls hate ‘pay transparency’.

4/9/19: A SAD SEA SONG
Apr 9th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

An online graphic novella tells of the local orcas’ plight; the Northgate Nordstrom to be razed; could Boeing cause a national recession?; look at all the council candidates!

LOWERING THE ‘BATTLE FLAG’
Apr 7th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Beloved local singer-songwriter Shawn Smith remembered; Chateau Apartments’ tenants can stay for now; Tim Eyman still faces a state lawsuit and possible forced retirement; the Mariners’ miracle continues.

4/5/19: EVERYTHING RETRO IS NEO AGAIN
Apr 4th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A local vintage-wear merchant’s newest comeback; Boeing’s CEO again vows to make things right; Bezos divorce details; one surprisingly positive result of the KOMO homeless-special ado.

4/3/19: THE FINAL VOYAGE
Apr 3rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A legendary local sci-fi author dies; a suburban teen apologizes for a racist message; there’s another Sawant challenger; tracing the years-old roots of the 737 MAX crisis.

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