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7/11/19: THE FINAL PITCH
Jul 10th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Baseball-lit legend Jim Bouton dies; the city seeks more time for SPD reforms; Burke-Gilman Trail’s ‘missing link’ still missing; mapping the locations of environmental-health hazards.

7/9/19: GAME (NOT REALLY) OVER
Jul 8th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Shorty’s loses its longtime space but stays alive; KCTS/Crosscut workers want a union; is ICE using WA driver’s-license pics?; Eyman’s latest initiative fizzles.

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.

7/5/19: YES, ME WORRY
Jul 4th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A MAD-dening announcement; Children’s Hospital ORs reopen; what’s not in Seattle Schools’ new native-history curriculum; the southern resident orcas aren’t where they should be.

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.

6/18/19: MEINERT’S PILGRIMAGE
Jun 17th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

David Meinert to buy the Mecca Cafe; local co. to buy Sports Illustrated; onetime immigrant-detention advocate’s in town; Amazon talks back to more critics.

6/4/19: MAKING HER ‘CASE’
Jun 3rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Neko Case misses the old Ballard; the Mariners’ freefall continues; another big encampment sweep and its discontents; who’s afraid of 5G cell signals?

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?

5/24/19: THE (KARAOKE) SHOW MUST GO ON
May 23rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Bush Garden lives!; the Showbox may live!; Seattle keeps growing (but more slowly); no, affordable housing can’t wait.

IT’S THE CATASTROPHIC ALARM… OF SCIENCE!
May 13th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Bill Nye explains climate change with funny props; big business has a city-council takeover plan; a legal win for backyard cottages; robots will pick apples and box up Amazon stuff.

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?

4/25/19: DECADES BEFORE DADA
Apr 24th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A Seattle writer’s tribute to a pre-surrealist Vancouver photographer; the city’s top judge is accused of biased sentencing; Boeing’s financial bad news; Northgate’s lonely last days.

4/18/19: THE LAST DIVOT?
Apr 17th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Fewer golfers are using Seattle’s city-owned courses; Durkan denies claims of a ‘toxic workplace’; the Daylight Savings Time bill has a catch; Microsoft wants a national carbon tax.

4/17/19: DID YOU SAW WHAT I SAW?
Apr 16th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Making room for light-rail tracks next to I-5; Russell Wilson gets a big pay raise; the Legislature sprints to the finish; two newspaper wakes, a decade (and a month) apart.

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