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10/1/21: NEW ROUTE, NEW PLACES
Sep 30th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

More light rail (at long last); Ms have a real playoff chance (at long last); UW study shows a lot more people are killed by cops nationally than are officially counted as such; Rep. Jayapal’s personal abortion story.

9/30/21: ‘BIRD’S EYES,’ UN-FROZEN
Sep 29th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Early maps of growing towns (with ’embellishments’); lots of unpaid utility bills are about to come due; SAM now has the first Black female board head at any major (non-ethnic) US museum; celebrating the Ms’ amazing season.

9/29/21: WAHOOVIAN
Sep 28th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Digital studio creates CGI still backdrops for drag and other performers; nonprofits’ troubles holding to diversity pledges; Real Change cofounder’s new ‘street paper’ venture; what it means when local candidates say they’re ‘abolitionist.’

9/28/21: ROCK KILLS STARS
Sep 27th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

More thoughts on 30 years of ‘Nevermind;’ a possible reason why Chukar Cherries likes a ‘Tax Amazon’ candidate; local COVID rates in slight decline (but don’t let up your guard); Durkan wants more money for SPD, not less.

9/27/21: A PIC FOR A SHOT
Sep 26th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Vaccination-themed mural installed at U District church; Kraken shines in preseason debut (too bad about Storm, Seahawks); car dealership tries to out-park an encampment; State Patrol has ‘failed to diversify over the decades.’

9/24/21: A NEW ‘DAWN’?
Sep 23rd, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

A concept for a ‘car-free Aurora Avenue;’ the state predicts our current bad COVID wave will continue; mayoral candidate Lorena Gonzalez reveals her big homelessness strategy; the Kraken is born.

9/23/21: GAME FAR FROM OVER
Sep 22nd, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle’s four decades as the ‘Hollywood of video games;’ how locals have long rebelled against public health directives; cultural leaders push back against Durkan’s latest Office of Arts & Culture appointment; Amazon’s workforce diversity’s still mostly at the bottom ranks.

9/22/21: WHERE’S GEORGE?
Sep 21st, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Recalling a scandalous 1935 kidnapping case; 30 years of a Seattle ‘alternative’ institution; the city eviction moratorium’s extended until mid-January; no more ‘764-HERO’ (the phone hotline, not the local band).

9/20/21: LISTENING TO THE STREET
Sep 19th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

‘Black Lives Matter’ street mural installed at City Hall; UBC psychologist predicted the pandemic-reaction nonsense in 2019; crowded hospitals again delay non-COVID-related surgeries; Seahawks drop home opener in OT.

9/17/21: ‘THE MOUNTAIN,’ NAKED
Sep 16th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Heatwave-decimated snowpacks on Mt. Rainier; King County to require vax proof for many indoor and outdoor public spaces; waiting for the big rain/wind storm to show up; Inscape art studios endangered.

9/16/21: NO ROOM FOR CARS
Sep 15th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle’s ‘biggest band’ (by number of members) has never all met in person; COVID hospitalizations ‘level off’ at a still-too-high mark; big construction-workers’ strike starts; Macklemore’s golf-themed apparel brand has a pop-up store.

9/15/21: PUT A LID ON IT (BUT NOT YET)
Sep 14th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Montlake highway ‘lid’ project to get bigger in nine years; WA hits another cruel COVID mark with over 7,000 deaths; is Rep. Jayapal a cruel boss or a victim of sexist double standards?; how ‘hesitancy’ can be manipulated, exploited.

9/14/21: DID YOU SAW WHAT I SAW?
Sep 13th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

A neighborhood tree that didn’t deserve to die; remembering the chaos that was Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ release party; city council diverts some SPD budget savings to other uses; WA hits another grim COVID milestone while ID’s gov fiddles.

9/13/21: TWENTY YEARS AND TWO DAYS LATER
Sep 12th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Local 9/11 remembrances; autumnal weather’s welcome return; a passenger’s anti-mask tirade stalls a Fauntleroy ferry run; Wilson and Seahawks’ triumphal season debut.

9/10/21: THE EGG AND THEM
Sep 9th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

A Tacoma park’s old storybook statues are up for auction; Cafe Racer’s ready for its re-re-reopening; Microsoft’s keeping office workers at home for ‘the foreseeable future’; and, yes, there’s that grim anniversary.

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