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1/9/20: DEMOCRACY IN FRUIT COUNTRY
Jan 8th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

The struggle to get even one Latinx lawmaker elected in Yakima; waiting for the threat/promise of snow; Bernie Sanders gets some local endorsements; why’s the news been so darn heavy these days?

12/26/19: THE MOST AFFLUENT ‘FOOD DESERT’ IN TOWN
Dec 25th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

WSDOT finally gets its wish to raze the Montlake Blvd. Market; Lime Bikes to go away (at least for now); more damaging 737 MAX documents show up; why 12/26 should be as revered as 12/25.

12/19/19: CAR2GONE
Dec 18th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle’s last ‘free floating car share’ company goes away; ‘The Far Side’ returns (sorta); Andrew Yang raises 100 grand here; the 737 MAX production halt’s national economic impact.

12/12/19: GHOSTS OF SEATTLE CHRISTMAS PAST
Dec 11th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Dept. store Santa photos’ local origin; gifted-education task force’s suggestions; Safeway & Stratolaunch now connected; another year-end honor for Megan Rapinoe & co.

12/11/19: OUT OF ‘SEASONS’
Dec 10th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A corporate buyout means New Seasons Markets is leaving Seattle; a photographer’s last goodbye to the Viaduct; cops attack anti-fascist protesters at Westlake; Sea-Tac makes rules for facial-recognition scanners.

12/5/19: WHAT THE HECK
Dec 4th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

US Rep. Denny Heck will retire; Pocket Theater space will close; two local restaurant empires will shrink; first Native American justice will join state Supreme Court.

12/2/19: THE BIGGER APPLE?
Dec 1st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Cosmic Crisp apple shows up in stores; ’60 Minutes’ airs its Seattle-homelessness story; Northgate’s lonely last holiday; more WTO protest memories.

11/27/19: THE BIG A & THE BIG DAY
Nov 26th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Amazon critics stage a pre-Black Friday PR blitz; a judge hears the case for an I-976 injunction; the Paul Allen estate’s fate is still unsettled; no more Pagliacci Pizza on Broadway or Albertsons in Magnolia.

11/1/19: COSTLIER THAN CAVIAR?
Oct 31st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The cost of hatchery salmon (and hence of dams); Starbucks to host voter events; UW College Republicans lose their charter; long live Dia de los Muertos.

10/31/19: MAPPING THE MAIZE
Oct 30th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A giant corn-maze map of WA; a senator wants Boeing’s CEO to quit; NYT notes Amazon’s local campaign $; author lauds Hanford whistleblowers.

10/25/19: SPHERES OF (UNDUE?) INFLUENCE
Oct 25th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

More fallout from Amazon’s big political bucks; Egan Orion explains his egg-donor ad; Indonesia blames Boeing (partly) for the first MAX crash; one development will have 1,000 apartments and a Trader Joe’s.

10/22/19: WHOSE CRAFT?
Oct 21st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

MoPOP celebrates Minecraft’s lo-res play power; did a City Council hopeful once post a strange egg-donor ad?; Boeing tries to explain the unearthed MAX-pilot texts; Brandi Carlile won’t be at the same ‘Powerful Women Summit’ with the ex-Homeland Security chief.

10/21/19: LOOKING AT ‘LOOKS’
Oct 20th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A Wing Luke Museum exhibit explores Asian Americans and the ‘beauty myth’; anti-Sawant flyers sent to other councilmembers’ districts; Amazon’s not the only big PAC money source; someone at Boeing knew the MAX had troubles.

10/15/19: TRUE (PRINT) GRIT
Oct 14th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A Tacoma mag tries to spark new interest in both Tacoma and print media; Dow Constantine slams back against an ICE PR offensive; a big gas leak hits the U District; feeling broke on $100,000 a year.

10/7/19: BEING THE FUTURE
Oct 6th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Young activists’ ideas become an art exhibit; the local CEO inside the Ukraine affair; Boats Afloat Show floats away to Everett; Seattle’s biggest ‘soot polluter’ is a recycling plant.

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