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7/29/21: ONE MORE TIME
Jul 28th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Local band Prom Date’s new Britney Spears tribute EP; new COVID case counts are close to last summer’s; Boeing ‘ekes out’ its first profits since ’19; southern resident orcas are finally back in WA waters.

7/27/21: TO BLOOM AGAIN
Jul 26th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Familiar Pike/Pine flower vendor recovering after being struck by a car; more responses to last weekend’s many shootings; more counties want everyone back in masks (at least while indoors); rural schools have more anti-LGBTQ bullying, and more faculty apathy toward it; Mariners go down 6-0 in first inning, go on to win.

7/26/21: WRITTEN ON THE SKIN
Jul 25th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Remembering the pandemic with tattoos; everybody’s asked to mask up again (at least indoors); racism/sexism claims at Amazon Web Services and Seattle Park Dept.; differing responses about cruise ships’ return to Seattle.

7/23/21: SCRIBBLE SPOTS AND MORE
Jul 22nd, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

One man’s search for free, public ‘writing spaces;’ COVID testing’s in demand again; a subdued Olympic hype this time around; The NY Times discovers we make and like beer in Seattle.

7/22/21: PROJECT(ED) CARE
Jul 21st, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Photos of COVID health-care workers shown big on a building wall at night; Sue Bird’s latest honor at the Olympic opening ceremonies; the Seattle Kraken’s finally a team (almost); eastern WA’s wildfire smoke blows all the way to NY.

7/21/21: WILL QUEENS & TECH-BROS COEXIST?
Jul 20th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

New life (and maybe a new club) in R Place’s old building; Jeff Bezos had his costly li’l suborbital space trip; the Kraken’s about to have its Expansion Draft party/telecast; OR’s Bootleg Fire is so big, it ‘makes its own weather.’

7/20/21: ROLLING AGAIN
Jul 19th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Performers and others re-gather in Chinatown-International District; Canadian border reopens Aug. 9; some of Durkan’s ‘missing text’ recipients identified; Bezos will go into space today (and, yes, come back).

7/16/21: UN-CATEGORIZABLE
Jul 15th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

A local animator’s profile of local poster artist Gregory Blackstock; the Canadian border just might reopen in August; YouthCare’s CEO leaves after a year of turmoil at the agency; EPA claims Tacoma ICE detainees are regularly exposed to high levels of pesticides.

7/15/21: DEPARTED SOUL
Jul 14th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Remembering lost Central District landmarks; wildfires are getting worse, earlier, this year; WA finally makes 70 percent vaccination mark; ex-Seahawk Richard Sherman’s accused of drunk car-crashing and more.

7/14/21: IT’S A LONG STORY
Jul 13th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Megan Kelso’s comix-art installation for Climate Pledge Arena; Seattle Cancer Care Alliance plans to restructure; a point-by-point case against ‘Compassion Seattle;’ investigation reveals more SPD-oversight flaws.

7/13/21: NOT SKIRTING THE ISSUE
Jul 12th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Julia’s on Broadway drag cast goes on strike; WA reaches another grim COVID milestone; attorneys claim Children’s Hospital operating-room mold has had 100 victims; a suspect’s arrested in the 2020 slaying near the CHOP protest zone.

7/12/21: VAT’S THE WAY IT IS
Jul 11th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Ste. Michelle wines sold to a private-equity firm; Kshama Sawant would rather face a recall vote in November than in a primary; who gave the word to shut the East Precinct last year; Hoquiam police post ‘jokes’ about a troubled man who jumped from a bridge.

7/9/21: WE’VE LEFT THE LIGHT ON FOR YOU
Jul 8th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Fifty years and change since the ‘turn out the lights’ billboard; 2 (of 6) SPD officers are cited for being part of the DC siege; heat-wave death counts are still rising; a tireless advocate for the homeless dies.

7/8/21: THE 12-EGG OMELET LIVES!
Jul 7th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Beth’s Cafe reopens; smaller-scale music fest to take Bumbershoot’s place this fall; King County councilmember tries to prevent huge light-rail project delays; yes, climate change had a role in the recent heat wave.

7/7/21: THE MAIL, AND OTHER ANCIENT TRADITIONS
Jul 7th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Tlingit art on a new postage stamp; how Amazon affected Seattle and vice versa; big Pentagon cloud contract rescinded; state of emergency declared over WA wildfire danger.

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