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6/22/22: SO GALLANTLY STREAMING
Jun 21st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Locally-made web series depicts a high school gay/straight alliance club; first little-kids’ COVID vaccines get injected; city’s JumpStart payroll tax survives in state court; Amazon’s top-exec ranks get even whiter. 

6/20/22: PANTS OFF, ‘FREAK’ ON
Jun 19th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Fremont Parade (both parts) back in full force; could Amazon run out of potential warehouse workers?; insurance commissioner Mike Kreidler’s pressured to resign; Watergate, at 50, compared to Jan. 6 coup attempt.

6/16/22: ‘EXPLODER’ NO MORE
Jun 15th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Internet Explorer’s official end; Starbucks ‘happens to’ fire another union organizer; alleged bicycle thief tries to escape on I-5 bridge; what has, will, and won’t be back this summer.

6/2/22: EVERYTHING THAT RISES MUST…
Jun 1st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Omari Salisbury retires his local streaming morning show; SPD gives up on new sexual-assault investigations; city must refund over 200,000 parking tickets after a bureaucratic snafu; trans Amazon workers stage a “die-in” protest at an employee Pride celebration.

5/11/22: ‘FLOATING’ THE CONCEPT
May 10th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Fake ‘Save Our Yachts’ campaign bashes rich people’s aversion to taxes; most area child care programs are understaffed; another big encampment’s swept; Amazon claims it has good reasons for firing union organizers.

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.

4/14/22: 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.

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?

3/22/22: 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.

3/18/22: 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.

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.

2/7/22: THEIR ‘TOWN’
Feb 6th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

At the Africatown Plaza groundbreaking; why an ‘endemic’ COVID will still be dangerous; Harrell reiterates tough-on-crime rhetoric and revives old tactics; activists claim Amazon algorithms recommend chemicals for use in suicide attempts.

1/27/22: YEAR OF THE ‘DRAGON’
Jan 26th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Sara Porkalob’s taking her one-woman musicals to NY; WA’s paid family leave fund could soon run out; Rudy Giuliani’s coming to (somewhere in) King County in March; a relative paucity of COVID-related local news items today.

1/4/22: O LITTLE SNOWBIRD…
Jan 3rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Back to regular (albeit wild) local winter weather and its side effects; school and other COVID test sites reach max capacity; UW researchers’ union drive proceeds; Duwamish Tribe gets a little more land in a community donation.

12/30/21: THE WHOLE ‘BORING’ TALE
Dec 29th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Photo book recounts the Bertha tunnel project and its many complications; climate change’s role in our current cold snap; “Hoarders” reality-TV creator will work for Bruce Harrell; more proof that music streaming sucks for artists.

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