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4/18/22: NO DIET TIPS OR GUILT TRIPS
Apr 17th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Queer/trans/fat-friendly gym opens in White Center; insurance commissioner Kreidler accused of racist remarks; what a ‘biofiltration treatment swale’ is; did Amazon buy a good ‘workplace equity’ grade from an LGBTQ rights org?

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.

4/13/22: STILL NEEDLING
Apr 12th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

The Space Needle gets a little 60th-birthday makeover; a Chamber of Commerce poll is full of leading questions; a report cites continued ‘racial inequities’ in SPD’s use of force; statistics chart omicron’s ‘unequal toll’ across the state.

4/12/22: WHAT’S IN (A DORMANT) STORE
Apr 11th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

City gives temp residencies in storefronts to artists and small merchants; rich people don’t like to be taxed (duh); concrete drivers aren’t back on the job yet; developer proposes a ‘floating wind farm’ off the WA coast.

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.

4/8/22: SPIN THAT WOOD
Apr 7th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle artist handcrafts a wood turntable set; Democrats (again) warned against appearing too liberal; suit seeks protections for nominally ‘independent’ Amazon delivery contractors; downtown’s becoming less a commuter destination and more a residential neighborhood.

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).

4/6/22: POLE, POSITIONED
Apr 5th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

‘Soul Pole’ returns to Douglass-Truth Library; King County COVID cases still creeping up; West Seattle Bridge repair project gets concrete again; Amazon’s said to be launching an employee chat app with auto-censoring.

4/5/22: KEEPING UP WITH THE BURNERS
Apr 4th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Ex-Congressional candidate wants to adapt print-on-demand software to help save US manufacturing; Alaska Airlines pilot walkout causes more nixed flights; local rents keep soaring; WA potato crop’s way down this year.

4/4/22: NO ‘SMALLS’ ACHIEVEMENT
Apr 3rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

NYC Amazon warehouse workers win a big union vote (for a small union); WA will try to phase out new gas cars by 2030; local rent prices rose ‘exponentially’ in 2021; Fred Hutch announces a big reorganization.

4/1/22: ‘MAGMA’ OPUS
Mar 31st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

The Henry Art Gallery has a major new installation piece; the search is on for a permanent SPD chief; more Seattle neighborhoods get even more affluent; Open Books will open again.

3/31/22: POP GOES THE ALT-COUNTRY
Mar 30th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Brandi Carlile’s latest Grammy nods are outside the ‘Americana’ category; police could face discipline for past wrongdoing; King County COVID cases creep up again; Broadway clothing sellers vote pro-union.

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).

3/29/22: PUTTING THE VIRTUE IN ‘VIRTUAL REALITY’
Mar 28th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Local company says its VR glasses help vision-impaired people to see better; tourism’s on a slight uptick here; ‘social housing’ city initiative drive gets underway; (almost) nothing about the Oscars.

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?

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