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9/3/20: THE SHOW MUST (EVENTUALLY) GO ON
Sep 2nd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Stage and live-event workers rally for ‘restart’ help; new police chief shuffles staff; a false COVID rumor spreads quickly from a local Twitter post; yet another bombastic White House threat against Seattle.

9/2/20: RETURNING THE MEMORIES
Sep 1st, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Sending WWII-era Japanese souvenirs back to Japan; Cal Anderson Park ‘swept’ again; police-oversight cases skyrocket; making a ‘City of Literature’ that tells more people’s stories.

9/1/20: GODS, HEROES, AND REPRESENTATION
Aug 31st, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Indigenous art meets Marvel; simple ‘social gatherings’ as COVID spreader events; city rejects Bayer’s PCB-pollution settlement offer; the trouble with ‘helpful’ white people.

8/31/20: RUNNING WITH IT
Aug 30th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Coach Pete Carroll makes an impassioned speech for racial justice; a Portland ‘Proud Boy’ right-wing protester is fatally shot; local COVID infection rates are down a little; so are Seattle rents.

8/28/20: I DON’T HEAR YOU SMILING!
Aug 27th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A new Amazon wrist band warns if you’re not ‘happy’ enough; comparing our age to a cheesy BDSM movie (NOT ‘50 Shades’!); the Storm joins the pro-sports strike; CHOP murder victim’s dad sues for $3 billion.

8/27/20: THE LAST FADE-OUT
Aug 26th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

SIFF cofounder Darryl McDonald dies; Mariners and Sounders postpone games to honor Jacob Blake protests; SPD escalates accusations against local protesters; why is BC faring so much better in the virus battle than Washington?

8/26/20: NOT-SO-EXOTIC GETAWAYS
Aug 25th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A vacation going only as far as SeaTac; more window-smashing and police retaliation on and off Capitol Hill; how city’s mediation process helps officers avoid discipline; Mill Creek mayor quits amid controversy.

8/25/20: NOW MUSEUM…
Aug 24th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

SAM and (later) Frye Museum to reopen; more COVID cases among the unhoused; why the Seattle public-safety status quo isn’t working for many; authors and publishers complain to Congress about Amazon’s power.

8/24/20: GORILLA MY DREAMS
Aug 23rd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

The real Ivan the Gorilla vs. a new streaming movie version; Durkan vetoes budget bill with 1-percent SPD cut; how hard it is to get a cop ‘decertified’ in WA; Chris Cornell statue is vandalized with white paint.

8/21/20: REELING IN THE YEARS
Aug 20th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Two beloved cinemas’ dark-gritty sequels; bowling alleys (and oh yeah, museums) can now reopen; microbreweries face a can shortage; South Seattle’s possible arson spree goes on.

8/19/20: THE WALLS HAVE EYES (AND FACES)
Aug 18th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

More storefront murals (see ’em while you can); a harsh street life is now more visible; viral videos of threats against protesters; COVID antibodies found in the crew of a stricken fishing boat.

8/18/20: NOW YOU SEE IT
Aug 17th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Statements in the streets (visible only on your phone); protesters arrested outside police union office; Seattle schools will start two days late; still more Boeing layoffs to come.

8/17/20: A GIFT TO THE PEOPLE
Aug 16th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Handsome photos from an ugly recent time; more Carmen Best defenders; more peril for a historic Tacoma church; (virtual) school might not start on (real) time.

8/14/20: BY GEORGE
Aug 13th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Temporary ‘Black Lives Matter’ art/slogans adorn a UW statue’s base; a virtual community meeting about SPD gets testy; the same city councilmembers issue differing statements about police chief Best’s departure; a very hot weekend’s coming.

8/13/20: ‘STAT’-US SYMBOLS
Aug 12th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Microsoft engineer makes ‘Black Lives Matter’ posters; City Council overrides veto of, then trims, COVID relief funding bill; REI to sell its new Bellevue offices; Microsoft launches its newest and costliest smartphone.

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