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5/3/22: IN THE CUT
May 2nd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A local artist of Mexican Indigenous descent and her woodcut tributes to land and family; WA drug-decriminalization initiative drive begins; did Reps. Beutler and Newhouse try to stop the Jan. 6 coup attempt?; what if the ‘Roe’ repeal’s already been decided?

4/28/22: ANOTHER ‘SAUCY’ SITE
Apr 27th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A new Seattle-based website celebrates entertainment works by ‘American Asians;’ Boeing loses $1.2 billion; Seattle Central may end its landmark culinary training program; at least a cold April means a longer skiing season.

4/25/22: OBSCURE NO MORE
Apr 24th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Once-quiet neighborhood booms with ‘transit-oriented development;’ Biden stumps here for lower Rx prices & old-growth forests; hundreds march for Starbucks union drives; ‘true’ bowling alleys keep disappearing.

4/20/22: A LITTLE OUTSIDE READING
Apr 19th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Storybook pages posted along park paths; more transit agencies no longer require masks; Amazon hires ex-AG Loretta Lynch to run an ‘equity audit;’ Neighbours will be sold to a Calif.-based gay-club chain.

4/14/22: SIFFING THROUGH THE YEARS
Apr 13th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle Intl. Film Fest returns in shrunken form; Amazon warehouse injuries are up 20 percent this year; Sounders FC’s going to the CONCACAF Champions Cup final; no, an online comedian’s ‘Spokane style pizza’ isn’t real.

4/13/22: STILL NEEDLING
Apr 12th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

The Space Needle gets a little 60th-birthday makeover; a Chamber of Commerce poll is full of leading questions; a report cites continued ‘racial inequities’ in SPD’s use of force; statistics chart omicron’s ‘unequal toll’ across the state.

4/4/22: NO ‘SMALLS’ ACHIEVEMENT
Apr 3rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

NYC Amazon warehouse workers win a big union vote (for a small union); WA will try to phase out new gas cars by 2030; local rent prices rose ‘exponentially’ in 2021; Fred Hutch announces a big reorganization.

3/28/22: OFF-AIR, ONLINE
Mar 27th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A longtime TV journalist’s online documentary archive; Seattle Times apologizes for past racist content; street rally remembers a killed tow-truck driver; can the old Bush Gardens building be saved?

3/25/22: WHAT SOME MIGHT NOT WISH TO SEE
Mar 24th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Photographer depicts urban struggles and tragedies; BBC TV takes a quick peek at Seattle arts; seeking a less-offensive name for the ‘Asian murder hornet’; could the state Legislature turn red?

3/22/22: THINKING ABOUT INKING
Mar 21st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Celebrating generations of local female tattoo artists; a non-MAX 737 crashes in a remote part of China; a now ex-KOMO reporter outs himself as a fan of the extreme-right Proud Boys; a court strikes down some Seattle tenant protections.

3/21/22: THE COLOR OF SOUND
Mar 20th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Heritage of a largely women-run Spanish radio station in eastern WA; a beloved local sportscaster dies; shootings at more pot stores and along I-5; the (upscaled version of the) Canterbury bar will close.

3/18/22: AM I BLUE (AND YELLOW)
Mar 17th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Pro-peace, pro-Ukraine light show to brighten Seattle; Amazon/MGM deal completed; UW-led program teaches teens to beware of misinformation; another smash-n’-grab targets another Walgreens store’s ATM.

3/16/22: RADIO YOU CAN SEE
Mar 15th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

KNKX plans big new downtown digs; artists try to save Inscape studios; things that happened here in ’72; in an Idaho case of alleged child abuse, right-wingers claim the parents are the real victims.

3/1/22: BLACK HISTORY DESERVES MORE THAN ONE MONTH
Feb 28th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Art exhibit asks folk to imagine Black futures; WA’s masks-off day will now be nine days sooner; union drive starts at another local coffee chain; Microsoft fights anti-Ukraine ‘cyberattacks,’ while keeping quiet about its own Russian business ties.

2/22/22: YOU LOOK A LITTLE PALE—EAT SOMETHING
Feb 21st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Concept art shows new City Market building (with eerie fictional shoppers); encampment sweep near City Hall delayed but could happen today; suspected shooter of PDX protesters called ‘fixated;’ union vote scheduled at one Seattle Starbucks.

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