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6/29/22: PARABLES FOR OUR TIME
Jun 28th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Charles Johnson co-creates an Afro-Futurist-Buddhist graphic novel; Teatro ZinZanni’s post-COVID, post-Woodinville comeback; wildfire forces evacuations near Soap Lake; a pro-choice state constitutional amendment isn’t likely.

6/28/22: CRUELTY (DELIBERATE) TO KIDS
Jun 27th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Records reveal years of brutality and death at Tulalip Boarding School; SCOTUS rules for Bremerton high-school coach’s pregame prayers; Jayapal suggests a national ‘women’s strike;’ SPD sends in a SWAT team after officers claim they felt ‘intimidated’ at Lyles shooting inquest.

6/10/22: ALL THE WAY TO THE…
Jun 9th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

‘Banksyland’ touring exhibit and its discontents; West Seattle Bridge has a reopening date (maybe); state Supreme Court ruling ties police ‘seizures’ to race; PACCAR’s making, and King County’s buying, electric garbage trucks.

6/9/22: IN OUR COLLECTIVE HER-ITAGE
Jun 8th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Book honors Black women in WA history; Supreme Court says Blaine bar owner can’t sue over abuse by Border Patrol agent; Microsoft AI leader leaves after sexual-misconduct claims; a semi topples on top of a pedestrian in the south end.

6/7/22: FOR THE LOVE OF IVY
Jun 6th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

G. Willow Wilson reinvents an oft-reinvented comics character; have folks stopped worying about COVID?; HS student arrested for holding a ‘realistic’ BB gun; the drive to save an apt. building with a Bruce Lee connection.

5/31/22: ‘SOMEONE SAVE US’
May 30th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A student’s post-shooting plea for safety; Starbucks workers win in an anti-union town; waiting big news from City Hall today; 2020 Portland protesters allege multiple cases ofThey police brutality.

5/12/22: TEARS THROUGH THE YEARS
May 11th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Tulalip historian/activist on tribal boarding schools’ somber legacy; former ‘pro-choice Republican’ Reagan Dunn votes against County Council’s ‘Roe’ resolution; a COVID-themed musical; what can pro-housing activists learn from Weird Al?

5/11/22: ‘FLOATING’ THE CONCEPT
May 10th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Fake ‘Save Our Yachts’ campaign bashes rich people’s aversion to taxes; most area child care programs are understaffed; another big encampment’s swept; Amazon claims it has good reasons for firing union organizers.

4/27/22: A REBUILDING YEAR
Apr 26th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Author and musician/DJ create a new home after a ‘swatting’ attack and a fire; COVID’s affecting schools again; Amazon vows to run on all ‘clean electricity’ within three years; ‘microplastics’ are getting inside our bodies.

4/26/22: A SAUCY PLACE
Apr 25th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Martyr Sauce gallery’s current POC pop-art focus; COVID cases keep creeping back up; why the far right fears math books; latest threat to orcas: inbreeding.

4/20/22: A LITTLE OUTSIDE READING
Apr 19th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Storybook pages posted along park paths; more transit agencies no longer require masks; Amazon hires ex-AG Loretta Lynch to run an ‘equity audit;’ Neighbours will be sold to a Calif.-based gay-club chain.

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?

4/13/22: 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.

4/11/22: ‘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.

4/5/22: 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.

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