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2/20/20: IN THE FOLDS
Feb 19th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A Dexter Ave. tower project indirectly honors a local TV legend; art collector/advocate Virginia Wright RIP; lessons from PBS’s Amazon exposé; payroll-tax bill dies in Legislature (but perhaps not fatally).

2/13/20: SHOWING YOU THE MONEY
Feb 13th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Meet the Liberty Bank Building’s mural artist; judge rules against most of anti-I-976 suit; Sawant’s ‘Tax Amazon’ plan now has specifics; imagining what won’t be in Sea-Tac’s new ‘Capitol Hill Food Court’.

2/10/20: A MAGNETIC MOUNTAIN
Feb 9th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Finding sonic gold in ‘NW sound’ pioneer Kearney Barton’s tapes; flooding/mudslide effects remain; Durkan’s running again; will Bezos become a bigtime art collector?

1/31/20: BEAMING THEM UP
Jan 30th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

The Pacific Science Center’s laser shows are run by real live artists (imagine!); the state ramps up its coronavirus response; a leaked memo sheds info on Blaine border detainments; Amazon’s now worth $1 trillion (in stock value) and has almost 800,000 global workers.

1/30/20: WOOD, CHUCKED
Jan 29th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Car crash topples a front-yard sculpture made of rotting wood; Swedish strike to be immediately followed by lockout; some local companies won’t let employees visit China; remembering a beloved musician who apparently did himself in.

1/28/20: Rx FOR UNREST
Jan 27th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Swedish nurses’ strike begins; more toxic chemicals found in local waters; what hasn’t already worked on Third Avenue (more police); one more reason to dislike Amazon techies (giant umbrellas).

1/27/20: SHOWING THEM THE MONEY
Jan 27th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A local benefit concert that benefits its own local musicians (who need it); more downtown-shooting reactions; Alex Pedersen scoffs at the City Council’s anti-injustice resolutions; the feds decide to close the Northwest’s only National Archives facility.

1/15/20: FLAKY
Jan 14th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Some parts of the region will get a bunch of snow, maybe; Boeing had more orders canceled than delivered in ’19; Sawant’s latest ‘Tax Amazon’ plan still isn’t fully revealed; Ken Jennings disses Courtney Love.

1/3/20: MODEL BEHAVIOR
Jan 2nd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

MOHAI’s got a miniature Mont-Saint-Michel plus an AI virtual tour; Amazon threatens to fire workers who question its climate response; Swedish nurses are closer to a strike; Bill Gates sez folks like him should pay more taxes.

12/24/19: FINAL APPROACH
Dec 23rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Dennis Muilenburg isn’t Boeing’s CEO anymore; Marshawn Lynch is a Seahawk again; ghosts of Christian punk rockers past; reclaiming Christmas (and Jesus) from authoritarian forces.

12/11/19: OUT OF ‘SEASONS’
Dec 10th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A corporate buyout means New Seasons Markets is leaving Seattle; a photographer’s last goodbye to the Viaduct; cops attack anti-fascist protesters at Westlake; Sea-Tac makes rules for facial-recognition scanners.

12/6/19: NO ‘BABY,’ NO JOKE
Dec 6th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Duff McKagan’s video spotlight on the homeless; it’s already time for a new police labor deal; just how regressive our local taxes are; Puget Sound was supposed to be healthy by now (it’s not).

12/4/19: OIL & WATER, A DAMMED COMBO
Dec 3rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Settlement in suit over oil spills at Columbia dams; money raised to save a threatened Catholic church; the non-money case for a wealth tax; guess where the pro-Amazon council candidates got the most votes?

11/25/19: THE FIRST TIME EVER I SCANNED YOUR FACE
Nov 24th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Delta Airlines phases in ‘facial recognition’ at Sea-Tac; one of the great ‘grunge’-era show photographers finally has a book out; how an Eyman for governor campaign would work out; Bumbershoot’s literary-arts queen RIP.

11/22/19: THE I-MAN’S NEXT ‘CAUSE’: HIMSELF
Nov 22nd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Tim Eyman announces a run for governor (and gloats in front of Sound Transit’s board); the Viaduct’s last piece is toppled; ’96 Spokane bomber won’t be executed—yet; how important was Gordon Sondland’s testimony?

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