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12/23/19: IT’S THE MOISTEST!
Dec 22nd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Darn, it’s been sure wet around here lately; state Rep. Matt Shea says he won’t resign; Mayor Durkan wants ‘biometric tracking’ of homeless folk thru social services; does Dennis Muilenburg have what it takes to see Boeing thru the 737 MAX crisis?

12/16/19: X(P)MAS
Dec 15th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Microsoft joins the deliberately “ugly” holiday sweater craze; how the Pike Place newsstand could be saved; two local rock promoters pass on; (some) non-passengers will get to enter Sea-Tac’s concourses.

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.

12/9/19: SEA AND HEAR
Dec 8th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

What the waters off the Northwest coast sound like; private surveillance cams in a low-crime (but high-fear) neighborhood; Amazon’s fast-delivery mania leads to slower deliveries; Bill Nye’s suing Disney.

12/3/19: CLOUDS OF DESIRE
Dec 2nd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

An Amazon billboard hints at what Bezos really wants; did Fred Meyer really give away a baby in 1949? (hint: no); UW football coach suddenly quits; a new Boeing venture’s name has an old ‘ring’ to it.

12/2/19: THE BIGGER APPLE?
Dec 1st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Cosmic Crisp apple shows up in stores; ’60 Minutes’ airs its Seattle-homelessness story; Northgate’s lonely last holiday; more WTO protest memories.

11/13/19: REDHOOK, LINE, AND SINKER
Nov 12th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

AB-InBev gulps down Washington’s pioneer microbrewer; a US family with a ‘Case Against Boeing’ (and a famous relative); the next City Council might explore new wealth taxes; hockey’s most famous face gets pulled.

11/8/19: STEERING STABILIZERS?
Nov 7th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

City and county suing to stop I-976; Sawant’s seeing a late-vote comeback (again); protesters don’t like cruise ships (or docks for them); why this Sounders FC MLS Cup game might matter more.

11/4/19: HOW SHOT WAS MY BUMBER?
Nov 3rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

AEG wants out of running Bumbershoot; outdoor-wear maven Gert Boyle dies; the Snoqualmie Tribe buys Salish Lodge and nearby lands; our long local political trudge is almost over.

10/25/19: SPHERES OF (UNDUE?) INFLUENCE
Oct 25th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

More fallout from Amazon’s big political bucks; Egan Orion explains his egg-donor ad; Indonesia blames Boeing (partly) for the first MAX crash; one development will have 1,000 apartments and a Trader Joe’s.

10/14/19: PREVENTING PAIN
Oct 13th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A rally to stop shootings; a task force blames both Boeing, FAA for letting the MAX fly; math isn’t racist but the way it’s taught can be; so much housing being built around here, so little of it ‘affordable.’

9/12/19: TOURIST TRAPPINGS
Sep 11th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Where a national article on Seattle destinations doesn’t tell folks to go; recalling the first attempted Boeing takeover; a local case of thwarted justice becomes a miniseries; I’m crowdfunding again.

8/27/19: BLOOD RELATIONS
Aug 26th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Photographer Lance Mercer’s stepkid’s research might help save his life; Tent City 3 heads to the ’burbs; Bob Ferguson sues against indefinite migrant-kid detention; how a sober guy with a full-time job has to live in an RV.

8/20/19: GO-GO-GO FISH!
Aug 19th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Behind the suddenly famous ‘Salmon Cannon’; a dump truck crashes into a Subway shop; the Inslee campaign’s next do-or-die deadline; how should the county spend $318 million for school kids?

8/19/19: NOT THE ‘BIKE BOOM’ WE WANT
Aug 18th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Lime-E bike batteries go ‘kapow’; more neo-fascist BS in Portland; Amazon pays warehouse workers to say things aren’t really so bad there; other cities don’t want to be the ‘Next Seattle’ after all.

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