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10/23/20: STREAM-ING MEDIA
Oct 22nd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

After a lot of work, the Duwamish River’s a lot less toxic these days; Washington’s COVID cases surpass 100,000; the city’s LGBTQ Commission wants Durkan out; Seattle U’s getting its first non-priest president ever.

10/22/20: THE ‘WUNDA’ OF IT ALL
Oct 21st, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Beloved ex-kids’ TV star Ruth Prins turns 100; local jazz great Overton Berry RIP; pandemic job recovery ‘sputters to a halt’; is working at Amazon warehouses more dangerous than logging?

10/21/20: DUNGEONS & COURTROOMS
Oct 20th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Wizards of the Coast sued over role-playing-game spinoff novels; a ‘fall surge’ in regional COVID cases could be here; Durkan asks Seattle cops to stay; ballots just keep a-coming in.

10/15/20: NOT A ‘MIXED’ MESSAGE
Oct 14th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

More on the ‘Keep Music Live’ fund drive; Durkan’s hand-picked ‘Equitable Communities Initiative Task Force’ and its discontents; conflicting tales about the Portland protest shooting suspect’s killing in Lacey; the state’s COVID response boss gives her notice.

10/14/20: MORE (VOCAL) VOLUME
Oct 13th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Major fund campaign aims to keep live music spaces alive; Kshama Sawant fund campaign aims to fight recall drive; COVID cases still rising in King County and at UW; another month with no new Boeing plane orders.

10/12/20: LOSING DORI
Oct 11th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Right-wing talker Dori Monson loses Seahawks game-day gig; Seahawks respond with the comeback win of the year; Microsoft workers can largely stay home-based into next year; deputies may have shot Tommy Le when he was already face-down.

A ‘PINK BEACON OF HOPE’
Oct 8th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

More on the Elephant Car Wash’s demise and the fate of its classic neon; state’s top court nixes Durkan recall drive; remembering a local gay-rights pioneer; a poll shows big support for Black Lives Matter protests.

9/22/20: TO NEGATE THE HATE
Sep 21st, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Wm. Barr declares Seattle an ‘anarchist jurisdiction’ unworthy of any US funds; neighbors extol local family after a guy ranted against its BLM yard sign; 787 assembly could leave WA soon; will City Council cave on SPD budget?

9/21/20 VOODOO CHILD’S GRANDCHILDREN
Sep 20th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Celebrating Hendrix’s legacy to today’s artists (and others); R.B. Ginsburg’s legacy to today’s women (and others); report clears SPD in child-pepper-spraying case; Seattle’s smoke’s gone but WA’s wildfires remain.

9/18/20: THE RACE IS ON (THE AIR)
Sep 17th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Serious race talk on local primetime TV; our toxic local skies might improve soon; a familiar figure and ‘repeat offender’ in a tragic murder-suicide case; some Capitol Hill apartment rents get lower.

9/16/20: MUCH MORE THAN ‘MS-DAD’
Sep 15th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Bill Gates the Elder passes; Inslee bashes climate denial from the White House; Durkan-friendly ‘activist leader’ gets high-paying city job; Ms game called on account of smoke.

9/3/20: THE SHOW MUST (EVENTUALLY) GO ON
Sep 2nd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Stage and live-event workers rally for ‘restart’ help; new police chief shuffles staff; a false COVID rumor spreads quickly from a local Twitter post; yet another bombastic White House threat against Seattle.

9/2/20: RETURNING THE MEMORIES
Sep 1st, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Sending WWII-era Japanese souvenirs back to Japan; Cal Anderson Park ‘swept’ again; police-oversight cases skyrocket; making a ‘City of Literature’ that tells more people’s stories.

8/19/20: THE WALLS HAVE EYES (AND FACES)
Aug 18th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

More storefront murals (see ’em while you can); a harsh street life is now more visible; viral videos of threats against protesters; COVID antibodies found in the crew of a stricken fishing boat.

8/6/20: TAKIN’ IT (SAFELY) OFF
Aug 5th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A woman with one of the pandemic’s most sensitive jobs; City Council advances more SPD cuts/changes, plus ending homeless-sweeps Navigation Team; Gov. candidate Loren Culp’s (mostly maskless) rally; report of ‘the death of the city’ are greatly exaggerated.

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