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5/5/22: DON’T AXE ME
May 4th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

New doc profiles a ‘tree poacher’ accused of starting a wildfire; cruise ship shows up in town with dozens of COVID cases; a trash transfer station’s too full; can ‘Roe’ be saved, and if so how?

4/29/22: IT DIDN’T STOP
Apr 28th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

UW library exhibit shows political radicals still existed in the ‘70s; Amazon loses $3.8 billion; study shows more than half of 911 calls don’t need police response; Federal Way will get to eat bags of Dick’s.

4/14/22: SIFFING THROUGH THE YEARS
Apr 13th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle Intl. Film Fest returns in shrunken form; Amazon warehouse injuries are up 20 percent this year; Sounders FC’s going to the CONCACAF Champions Cup final; no, an online comedian’s ‘Spokane style pizza’ isn’t real.

4/12/22: WHAT’S IN (A DORMANT) STORE
Apr 11th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

City gives temp residencies in storefronts to artists and small merchants; rich people don’t like to be taxed (duh); concrete drivers aren’t back on the job yet; developer proposes a ‘floating wind farm’ off the WA coast.

3/31/22: POP GOES THE ALT-COUNTRY
Mar 30th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Brandi Carlile’s latest Grammy nods are outside the ‘Americana’ category; police could face discipline for past wrongdoing; King County COVID cases creep up again; Broadway clothing sellers vote pro-union.

3/29/22: PUTTING THE VIRTUE IN ‘VIRTUAL REALITY’
Mar 28th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Local company says its VR glasses help vision-impaired people to see better; tourism’s on a slight uptick here; ‘social housing’ city initiative drive gets underway; (almost) nothing about the Oscars.

3/28/22: OFF-AIR, ONLINE
Mar 27th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A longtime TV journalist’s online documentary archive; Seattle Times apologizes for past racist content; street rally remembers a killed tow-truck driver; can the old Bush Gardens building be saved?

3/22/22: THINKING ABOUT INKING
Mar 21st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Celebrating generations of local female tattoo artists; a non-MAX 737 crashes in a remote part of China; a now ex-KOMO reporter outs himself as a fan of the extreme-right Proud Boys; a court strikes down some Seattle tenant protections.

3/18/22: AM I BLUE (AND YELLOW)
Mar 17th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Pro-peace, pro-Ukraine light show to brighten Seattle; Amazon/MGM deal completed; UW-led program teaches teens to beware of misinformation; another smash-n’-grab targets another Walgreens store’s ATM.

3/11/22: CLOSING TIME IN FRELARD
Mar 10th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Hale’s Brewpub and Palladium to close; Legislative session ends with some big stuff done, some undone; there will be a baseball season after all; state mask mandate ends as Daylight Saving Time begins.

3/1/22: BLACK HISTORY DESERVES MORE THAN ONE MONTH
Feb 28th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Art exhibit asks folk to imagine Black futures; WA’s masks-off day will now be nine days sooner; union drive starts at another local coffee chain; Microsoft fights anti-Ukraine ‘cyberattacks,’ while keeping quiet about its own Russian business ties.

2/25/22: YOUNG LIVES AND HALF-LIVES
Feb 24th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Hanford teen’s Hanford documentary; local Ukraine invasion reactions; state sues Swedish/Providence facilities over lack of ‘charity care;’ the price of a single parking space in Seattle.

2/21/22: LANDING APPROACH
Feb 20th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Netflix doc seeks 737 MAX answers in Boeing’s altered corporate culture; two high-profile downtown sweeps, two different responses; one dead as anti-racist protesters shot in Portland; could U Village become the Last Mall Standing?

2/15/22: ‘CUBE’ ROOTS
Feb 14th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Burke Museum exhibit explores the bio-diversity of tiny spaces; Microsoft, Expedia to bring office workers back; Spokane co. makes fake face masks just for show; Sawant wants to keep the city’s eviction ban going.

2/14/21: ‘SMART TECH,’ DUMB MOVIE?
Feb 13th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

HBO movie ‘Kimi’ exploits Seattle tech-biz hype; city eviction moratorium to end in 2 weeks; forensics team believes Durkan’s phone was deliberately set to delete texts; REI management releases anti-union podcast.

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