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12/10/19: WHERE EVERY WEEK WILL BE SHARK WEEK
Dec 10th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

City Council approves big aquarium expansion; 737 MAX ‘whistleblower’ to testify; Megan Rapinoe gets another big honor; a plea to cartoonist David Horsey.

12/4/19: OIL & WATER, A DAMMED COMBO
Dec 3rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Settlement in suit over oil spills at Columbia dams; money raised to save a threatened Catholic church; the non-money case for a wealth tax; guess where the pro-Amazon council candidates got the most votes?

12/3/19: CLOUDS OF DESIRE
Dec 2nd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

An Amazon billboard hints at what Bezos really wants; did Fred Meyer really give away a baby in 1949? (hint: no); UW football coach suddenly quits; a new Boeing venture’s name has an old ‘ring’ to it.

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.

11/29/19: WTO AT XX
Nov 28th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Lessons & legacy of the World Trade Org. protests; a judge stops I-976 for now; Gordon Sondland accused of sexual misconduct; Seattle’s Watergate hero Bill Ruckelshaus RIP.

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.

11/25/19: THE FIRST TIME EVER I SCANNED YOUR FACE
Nov 24th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Delta Airlines phases in ‘facial recognition’ at Sea-Tac; one of the great ‘grunge’-era show photographers finally has a book out; how an Eyman for governor campaign would work out; Bumbershoot’s literary-arts queen RIP.

11/22/19: THE I-MAN’S NEXT ‘CAUSE’: HIMSELF
Nov 22nd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Tim Eyman announces a run for governor (and gloats in front of Sound Transit’s board); the Viaduct’s last piece is toppled; ’96 Spokane bomber won’t be executed—yet; how important was Gordon Sondland’s testimony?

11/20/19: MACH MY WORD
Nov 20th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Supersonic jets (at least prototypes) could fly here again; a Showbox buyout offer (terms undisclosed); a possible Children’s Hospital mold infection case from 2005; parents of special-needs kids are advised to move out of the state.

11/19/19: TRAFFIC JAM SESSION
Nov 19th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

After a decade, nothing will happen to a speeder-prone intersection near a middle school; Children’s Hospital’s mold issue goes way back; SeaTac’s city council gets less white; ‘telecom bro’ CEO John Legere’s leaving T-Mobile.

11/18/19: BLUE WATER, WHITE RIOT
Nov 19th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Remembering the ’87 “punk riot” on a Seattle ferry; report chides Amazon delivery contractors (and Amazon); Planned Parenthood of the NW goes into two ‘red states’; will people fly the 737 MAX again?

11/25/19: SOLDIERS, STRUGGLES, SONGS
Nov 14th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Local military vets sing for Seattle Opera; why didn’t Shaun Scott get more progressive campaign $?; Rep. Denny Heck foresees GOP budging on impeachment; our city’s the ‘gloomiest’!

11/14/19: KEEPING TABS?
Nov 13th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Anti I-976 lawsuit filed; Tulalip Tribes remember a ‘chief of chiefs’; Megan Rapinoe shout-outs Colin Kaepernick; high-school teacher allegedly threatens to shoot students.

11/13/19: REDHOOK, LINE, AND SINKER
Nov 12th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

AB-InBev gulps down Washington’s pioneer microbrewer; a US family with a ‘Case Against Boeing’ (and a famous relative); the next City Council might explore new wealth taxes; hockey’s most famous face gets pulled.

11/12/19: THE ULTIMATE ‘KICK’
Nov 11th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

More Sounders victory kudos; the Seahawks make their own nationally-televised statement; Children’s Hospital’s got toxic mold again; WeWork wants T-Mobile’s CEO.

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