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8/19/19: NOT THE ‘BIKE BOOM’ WE WANT
Aug 18th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Lime-E bike batteries go ‘kapow’; more neo-fascist BS in Portland; Amazon pays warehouse workers to say things aren’t really so bad there; other cities don’t want to be the ‘Next Seattle’ after all.

7/25/19: THE GOOD OLD DAYS THAT WEREN’T
Jul 24th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A NW rocker-turned-author decries ’90s music-scene nostalgia; how Seattle helped make Rutger Hauer a global star; Boeing loses almost $3 billion; did Durkan ‘red-bait’ a City Council candidate?

7/12/19: REMEMBERING THE FORGOTTEN
Jul 11th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The county holds a dignified burial for ‘indigent remains’; Boeing’s top 737 MAX exec leaves; the State Patrol’s got more than a hundred drones; a football vet’s sad (and possibly violent) tale.

7/8/19: A LIFE MORE ORDINARY
Jul 7th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

An underwhelming locally-made movie; a Hanford facility’s dangerous decay; a Boeing union official’s stern diagnosis about the company culture; another Megan Rapinoe triumph.

7/4/19: THE ANNOTATED MISCmedia MAIL
Jul 3rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A holiday special edition, explaining some of this newsletter’s sometimes-obscure references.

6/26/19: CHORDS & CONNECTIONS
Jun 25th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A local jazz legend’s legacy; soccer star Megan Rapinoe takes no BS; NYT finds counterfeit-book sellers on Amazon; can local youth homelessness really be ended?

5/31/19: THE BEAUTY OF THE ‘BEAST’
May 30th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

David Shields’ Marshawn Lynch biopic; Seattle politics’ biggest ‘third rail’; King County’s new rules on deadly-force inquests; should lawmakers get to become instant lobbyists?

5/6/19: ‘CORAZON’ TRANSPLANT SURGERY?
May 5th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The El Corazon nightclub will indeed likely be razed (but not for a while); a Seattle Times reporter‘s accused of sending sexist texts; more 737 MAX revelations; local tech workers of India descent make a bilingual Seattle film.

5/2/19: MAY I?
May 1st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Local May Day events stayed on-message (sorry, news media); the yearly SIFF onslaught approaches; more hate-talk from Matt Shea; is this any way to teach science?

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.

4/26/19: THE BALCONY IS CLOSED
Apr 25th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A once and potentially-future cinema; another (interim) Bob Ferguson courtroom win; Municipal Court Judge Ed McKenna refutes bias claims; our local air is really bad (sometimes).

1/1/19: THE INSETS AND THE OUTSETS FOR TWO-OUGHT-ONE-NINE
Jan 1st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

For the 33rd year, what will become “Yay” and “Meh” over the next twelve months.

12/18/18: THE ART OF THE HUSTLE
Dec 17th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

“Torrey Pines” animator’s new project; abusive ex-priests sent to Spokane; Durkan’s new housing push; Redmond’s now more diverse than Seattle.

11/12/18: A LIKELY ‘PROSPECT’
Nov 11th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

A locally-made outer space drama; no more ‘Safeco Field’; the tough life of Amazon contract drivers; could (the in-name-only) Rainier Beer go away?

10/18/18: OTHER LANDS, OTHER WORLDS
Oct 17th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

Wing Luke Museum’s Asian American sci-fi art; a couple more Paul Allen bits; local trans activist fears returning to the US; more foster-care horror tales.

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