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10/30/20: OK, OK, ONE COSTUME IDEA
Oct 29th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A singularly 2020-appropriate Halloween suggestion; Amazon surges while Starbucks struggles; Redfin’s accused of redlining; West Seattle’s got another broken bridge.

10/29/20: FROM PAPERS TO NUMBERS TO RESULTS
Oct 28th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Hi-tech election counting explained; still more Boeing cuts (both people and real estate); COVID’s hitting especially hard in south King County; a warning about a ‘suspect’ indie election-info site.

10/28/20: IF DAYS WERE YEARS, IT WOULD BE A SESQUICENTENNIAL
Oct 27th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A joint march marks 150 days of local protests; experts’ advice on COVID winter survival; T-Mobile joins the TV ‘streaming wars;’ violent shootings are up locally and nationally.

10/22/20: THE ‘WUNDA’ OF IT ALL
Oct 21st, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Beloved ex-kids’ TV star Ruth Prins turns 100; local jazz great Overton Berry RIP; pandemic job recovery ‘sputters to a halt’; is working at Amazon warehouses more dangerous than logging?

10/19/20: THEY HAVE NO MOUTHS AND THEY MUST SCREAM
Oct 18th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A local painter depicts people with things to say but without the means to say it; SPD attrition is up a bit this year; Boeing could leave its offices at the ex-Longacres site; what’s really ‘revolutionary’?

10/15/20: NOT A ‘MIXED’ MESSAGE
Oct 14th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

More on the ‘Keep Music Live’ fund drive; Durkan’s hand-picked ‘Equitable Communities Initiative Task Force’ and its discontents; conflicting tales about the Portland protest shooting suspect’s killing in Lacey; the state’s COVID response boss gives her notice.

10/14/20: MORE (VOCAL) VOLUME
Oct 13th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Major fund campaign aims to keep live music spaces alive; Kshama Sawant fund campaign aims to fight recall drive; COVID cases still rising in King County and at UW; another month with no new Boeing plane orders.

A ‘PINK BEACON OF HOPE’
Oct 8th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

More on the Elephant Car Wash’s demise and the fate of its classic neon; state’s top court nixes Durkan recall drive; remembering a local gay-rights pioneer; a poll shows big support for Black Lives Matter protests.

10/8/20: ‘WASHINGTON’S OWN’ NO MORE
Oct 7th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Bartell Drugs to be sold off; Elephant Car Wash on Denny to be razed; public school enrollment (especially kindergarten) is down statewide; city Human Rights Commission wants Mayor Durkan to resign or be removed.

10/7/20: BLACK TO THE LAND
Oct 6th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Promoting Black liberation at a ‘healing farm;’ cinemas can reopen (but many won’t); Congressional report says Amazon has ‘monopoly power’ over many sellers and suppliers; Storm makes getting a fourth WNBA crown look easy.

10/5/20: DRAG NOG
Oct 4th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Jinkx Monsoon and BenDeLaCreme make a streaming holiday special; will we ever get to a ‘phase 3’ reopening?; 16 arrests at another Capitol Hill protest; gubernatorial candidate Loren Culp’s book compares gun laws to the Holocaust.

10/2/20: IF IT’S BOEING, IT’S GOING
Oct 1st, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

787 assembly to leave Everett some time in 2021; Greek Row COVID outbreak passes 100 cases; Seattle police union negotiations about to start; a ‘socially distanced theater production.’

9/30/20: OUR ROBOT OVERLORDS (FOR REAL)
Sep 29th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Robotized Amazon warehouses have more human injuries; Durkan’s budget keeps libraries closed but offers only minor SPD cuts; Boeing said to be pulling 787 work out of Everett; why WA can’t have more college slots; local housing prices still rising.

9/28/20: NO PLACE LIKE DOMES
Sep 28th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A neighborhood church’s hidden simplicity; no, downtown’s not dead (and poor people didn’t kill it); escalating actions against police violence (and police violence in response); a big Storm win (oh, and Seahawks also won).

9/24/20: CLOSER TO THE (FICTIONAL) 21ST CENTURY
Sep 23rd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Local folks still demand justice for Breonna Taylor; Airbus shows off no-emission, hydrogen-powered plane concepts; state’s projected budget deficit cut in half; eviction moratoriums ‘won’t last forever.’

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