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10/23/20: STREAM-ING MEDIA
Oct 22nd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

After a lot of work, the Duwamish River’s a lot less toxic these days; Washington’s COVID cases surpass 100,000; the city’s LGBTQ Commission wants Durkan out; Seattle U’s getting its first non-priest president ever.

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).

9/8/20: FANTASIZING FAMILY
Sep 7th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A local sci-fi author imagines transforming ‘oppressors’ into ‘kin;’ a techie dad parses the tech glitches facing remote schooling; a wildfire destroys a small eastern-WA town; a local sports broadcasting legend dies.

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.

8/26/20: 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.

8/17/20: 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.

8/11/20: GOAT FOR IT
Aug 10th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Garth Stein’s graphic novel about a goat-boy on Seattle’s streets; City Council passes minuscule SPD cuts, Chief Best might quit anyway; a touring evangelist and his audience defy mask guidelines; the first use of Amazon-hosted podcasts: ‘don’t diss Amazon’.

7/14/20: GENTRIFICATION MARCHES ON
Jul 13th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Luxury residential tower would have a private ‘park’ halfway up; Durkan would transfer some current functions out of SPD; 1/5 of Seattle kids are in private schools; state revises total COVID death counts down.

6/22/20: NIGHT OF THE LONGEST DAY
Jun 21st, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A sunset ‘Moon Dance’ marks an interrupted Solstice; Juneteenth perspectives; Yakima has more COVID cases than it can care for; emerging CHOP shooting details imply a personal, not a political, crime.

6/9/20: SPEAKING THROUGH THE MASKS, AND THE TEARS
Jun 9th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Voices from the protests; Pine St. police barricades removed and East Precinct partly cleared out; should one of Seattle’s biggest shelters stay closed?; what does ‘Defund the Police’ really mean?

6/2/20: THE LAST PANEL
Jun 2nd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Remembering comix creator Noel Franklin; more poignant demonstrators and more police (over) reaction; 85 COVID cases on one Seattle-based factory trawler; suburban ‘communities of color’ have lost the most jobs in the lockdown.6/2/20:

5/29/20: BACK ON THE STRAIGHTAWAY
May 28th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Reunited Alcohol Funnycar’s tribute to meeting people and going places; Snohomish County (and parts of King County) want into “phase 2′ already; the mask haters of 1918; could what happened in Minneapolis happen here?

5/28/20: VULCAN DEATH GRIP
May 27th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Cinerama, Living Computers Museum to stay closed as Vulcan drops ‘Arts + Entertainment’ division; City Council defers vote on sweep ban after 5-plus-hour meeting; 6,500 more Boeing layoffs; we still don’t know when we’ll get to ‘phase 2.’

5/26/20: QUIET (REALLY QUIET) ON THE SET
May 25th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

How local indie film could come back after the shutdown; we’re not even close to the state’s official “phase 2” target; more UW Medicine staff furloughs; motels help the homeless better than mass shelters.

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