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5/12/22: TEARS THROUGH THE YEARS
May 11th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Tulalip historian/activist on tribal boarding schools’ somber legacy; former ‘pro-choice Republican’ Reagan Dunn votes against County Council’s ‘Roe’ resolution; a COVID-themed musical; what can pro-housing activists learn from Weird Al?

4/19/22: NOT A PRETTY PICTURE\
Apr 18th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A new local documentary depicts the struggles of Aurora Ave. sex workers; a federal judge cancels the transportation mask mandate; a wild road-rage incident along Pike Place; a Walmart heir may buy all of Paul Allen’s vintage airplanes.

4/15/22: ONE ‘SMART’ OPERATOR
Apr 14th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

More triumphs for Seattle’s own ‘designing woman;’ a Good Friday walk with urban-design lessons; more Starbucks union wins; a ‘gayborhood’-appropriate grocery brand opens on Capitol Hill today.

4/11/22: ‘LOVE WILL PREVAIL’
Apr 10th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Pro-Ukraine mural in Gig Harbor vandalized, then remade; concrete drivers’ strike ends (without a new contract); Mariners’ season starts with a 2-1 record; Councilmember Andrew Lewis claims he didn’t always support encampment sweeps.

4/7/22: OF HOME AND ‘FATE’
Apr 6th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Ukrainian-American artist’s poignant new installation; WA had at least four COVID deaths prior to the first-recorded one; Biden seems to like the Amazon union drive; Mariners’ opening day postponed (again).

3/30/22: ONE-TRACK MINDS
Mar 29th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Sixty years of the Monorail; Kirsten Harris-Talley tells why she’s leaving the Legislature; 1,300 homes to go up on Seattle Catholic Archdiocese properties; King County’s population declined in 2021 (just a little).

3/16/22: RADIO YOU CAN SEE
Mar 15th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

KNKX plans big new downtown digs; artists try to save Inscape studios; things that happened here in ’72; in an Idaho case of alleged child abuse, right-wingers claim the parents are the real victims.

3/2/22: FICTIONAL BOOK, REAL TRAGEDY
Mar 1st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

David Guterson novelizes a child’s ‘homicide by abuse;’ what ‘cleaning up’ 3rd Ave. will and won’t do; rural judge rules against WA capital gains tax; the ‘full Amazon-ification of Whole Foods.’

2/28/22: FARAWAY, SO CLOSE
Feb 27th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

More local protests, vigils, reactions to the Russian invasion of Ukraine; King Co. will end its mask mandate when the state does; another fatal shooting on Third Ave.; legislature’s gas-export tax proposal may be dropped.

2/24/22: GREAT VIEW FACTOR, POTENTIAL ‘EW’ FACTOR
Feb 23rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle mansion’s seller denies alleged indirect connection to an American horror story; UW resident physicians stage a brief walkout; some local bands don’t mind what used to be called ‘selling out;’ remembering an original Mariner.

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.

2/21/22: LANDING APPROACH
Feb 20th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Netflix doc seeks 737 MAX answers in Boeing’s altered corporate culture; two high-profile downtown sweeps, two different responses; one dead as anti-racist protesters shot in Portland; could U Village become the Last Mall Standing?

2/18/22: PAPER ANNIVERSARY
Feb 17th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Artist’s elaborate cutouts remember the 80th anniversary of the WWII internments; Washington (but not necessarily King Co.) to end indoor mask mandate on the equinox; can $10 million in corporate cash solve homelessness (at least downtown)?; Amazon union-busters threaten to slash wages.

2/11/22: WHO HE IS
Feb 10th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A Seattle civil-rights lawyer’s new documentary; a Kent school library can keep its LGBTQ books; Bellevue’s housing is now costlier than Manhattan’s; a Cascade volcano’s at a ‘very high risk’ of erupting.

2/4/22: KEEPING THE STORIES TOLD
Feb 3rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Art and storytelling keep WWII internments remembered; Inslee wants a statewide plan against homelessness; a seed shortage hinders the replanting of burned forests; Nancy Pearl decries school book bans.

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