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5/20/20: ROUNDING TOWARD HOME(S)
May 19th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Local coalition’s big plan to end homelessness in five years; when restaurants reopen, who’ll go?; a bad wildfire season’s predicted; how Kent’s really coping, beyond the Twitter ‘jokes’.

3/30/20: DRAWING ROOMS
Mar 30th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Short Run cartoonists depict their social-distanced lives; government relief package isn’t enough to save some small businesses; local used-records king RIP; it’s been a month already and it feels like a decade.

2/7/20: HOW HIGH’S THE WATER MAMA?
Feb 6th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

More floods and rescues (of people and animals); the first 737 MAX recertification flight may be near; local restaurant to pay almost a half-mil to past & present workers in a city settlement; local poster artists revive the scrapped Harriet Tubman $20 bill.

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.

1/2/20: BOOMLESS IN SEATTLE
Jan 1st, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

The year starts sans fireworks; an Olympia legal victory for Seattle’s MHA plan; Amazon delivery contractors’ high-pressure existence; how to make lower Third Avenue safer for all.

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.

12/5/19: WHAT THE HECK
Dec 4th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

US Rep. Denny Heck will retire; Pocket Theater space will close; two local restaurant empires will shrink; first Native American justice will join state Supreme Court.

11/27/19: THE BIG A & THE BIG DAY
Nov 26th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Amazon critics stage a pre-Black Friday PR blitz; a judge hears the case for an I-976 injunction; the Paul Allen estate’s fate is still unsettled; no more Pagliacci Pizza on Broadway or Albertsons in Magnolia.

11/25/19: SOLDIERS, STRUGGLES, SONGS
Nov 14th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Local military vets sing for Seattle Opera; why didn’t Shaun Scott get more progressive campaign $?; Rep. Denny Heck foresees GOP budging on impeachment; our city’s the ‘gloomiest’!

11/14/19: KEEPING TABS?
Nov 13th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Anti I-976 lawsuit filed; Tulalip Tribes remember a ‘chief of chiefs’; Megan Rapinoe shout-outs Colin Kaepernick; high-school teacher allegedly threatens to shoot students.

11/6/19: THE RESULTS ARE IN (SOME OF THEM ANYWAY)
Nov 6th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The Seattle City Council wasn’t “flipped” (not completely at least); the TV station you all thought was Fox-owned now is Fox-owned; Tom Douglas workers get a cash settlement (plus gift cards).

9/24/19: KISS THE ‘COOK’ GOODBYE
Sep 23rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A big airline’s sudden demise isn’t the worst of Boeing’s problems; a UW report exposes ICE atrocities; automation threatens a whole lot of WA jobs; a Seattle high school cuts history to save STEM.

9/10/19: A POST-INDUSTRIAL MUSICAL
Sep 9th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Microsoft interns revive an obscure music sub-genre; Amazon workers plan a climate walkout; Frances Bean Cobain designs Kurt-sploitation clothes; ‘blue’ people DO live in ‘red’ counties.

8/28/19: MEXICAN REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE
Aug 27th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Georgetown Records’ got a southern sister store; Seattle teachers OK a new contract deal; there’s a big lawsuit over big City Light bills; some local Domino’s outlets now ship pizzas by e-bike (only).

8/21/19: SNOW LINES AND HAIRLINES, BOTH RECEDING
Aug 20th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

One scientist’s long-term study of dying glaciers; whale-watching tour operators win and coal-port developers lose in court decisions; can bright clothes keep Rainier Ave. pedestrians alive?

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