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10/7/19: BEING THE FUTURE
Oct 6th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Young activists’ ideas become an art exhibit; the local CEO inside the Ukraine affair; Boats Afloat Show floats away to Everett; Seattle’s biggest ‘soot polluter’ is a recycling plant.

7/9/19: GAME (NOT REALLY) OVER
Jul 8th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Shorty’s loses its longtime space but stays alive; KCTS/Crosscut workers want a union; is ICE using WA driver’s-license pics?; Eyman’s latest initiative fizzles.

6/12/19: IT’S ON THE BAG
Jun 11th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Vancouver store tries and fails to embarrass customers; Nick Hanauer starts a PAC for progressive Council hopefuls; an old medical office building will be a ‘Museum of Museums’; Twitter accuses an anti-racist author of racist imagery.

5/24/19: THE (KARAOKE) SHOW MUST GO ON
May 23rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Bush Garden lives!; the Showbox may live!; Seattle keeps growing (but more slowly); no, affordable housing can’t wait.

5/15/19: THE SOUND OF DEFIANCE
May 14th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

BBC Radio spins a yarn about Ballard’s spite house; a fish-saving plan that didn’t get built; the pilots who tried to warn Boeing; a scramble to control the warming Arctic.

5/10/19: AMONG OTHER THINGS…
May 9th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A young artist’s hit installation about black female life; more ex-engineers say Boeing cut too many corners; reported hate crimes are way up; what’s business done to solve Seattle’s housing crisis?

5/6/19: ‘CORAZON’ TRANSPLANT SURGERY?
May 5th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The El Corazon nightclub will indeed likely be razed (but not for a while); a Seattle Times reporter‘s accused of sending sexist texts; more 737 MAX revelations; local tech workers of India descent make a bilingual Seattle film.

4/4/19: HOW DRY WE’LL BE
Apr 3rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

We may get another hot, dry, fire-laden summer; Northgate’s de-malling is well underway; who Amazon will put in its new Bellevue buildings; Seattle Times closing Bothell printing plant.

3/28/19: ‘AN ASTOUNDING SURVIVOR’
Mar 27th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A belated remembrance of a local art/performance legend; Boeing and the FAA both promise changes; Rat City Rollergirls need a new home; Seattle Times sells some land for $18 mil, it gets resold for $740 mil.

12/14/18: THE SHAMU OF IT ALL
Dec 13th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

Remembering all the orcas caught for display in private aquaria; Inslee’s new budget (and tax) plan; Amazon wants to put a spy-cam on your doorbell; Dave Reichert’s a GOP suck-up to the end.

11/20/18: DE-PAVED
Nov 19th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

Turning street lanes into park space (permanently); light rail gets big fed grant; Durkan’s budget passes; another Mariners star goes to the Yanks.

9/10/18: IT IS ONE, AND IT CAN’T SPELL IT
Sep 9th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle Times loses at ‘monopoly’; area traffic’s about to get (and stay) even worse; Amy Siskind will speak here after all; we’ll have KeyArena a bit longer.

MISCmedia MAIL FOR 3/1/17: ‘PATRIOT’ GAMES
Feb 28th, 2017 by Clark Humphrey

David Schmader responds to the current madness with the power of negative thinking. Paul Constant, in contrast, wants us to proclaim ourselves “proud patriots” out to preserve and extend all that is positive (and, yes, there are many positive things) about this nation. Back in more here-n’-now stuff, there’s an unofficial Seattle population landmark; workers’ comp systems vs. sick Hanford workers; what happens to “swept” encampment residents; and Amazon Web Services going kablooey.

MISCmedia MAIL FOR 1/20/17: WELCOME TO OCCUPIED AMERICA
Jan 19th, 2017 by Clark Humphrey

Life During (domestic) Wartime begins here with some vital guidance on making an effective, long-term opposition to bigotry and brutality, and many protest/reaction event listings. Plus: A lawsuit against encampment “sweeps;” a chance to end GOP control of the state Senate; and whither the band name “Thunderpussy”?

MISCmedia MAIL FOR 1/10/17: ALL YESTERDAY’S TOMORROWS
Jan 9th, 2017 by Clark Humphrey

We finally have something to look forward to this year! (Two things, if you count the possibility of a little snow on Tuesday.) Additional topics include a local eco-activist’s part of a global effort to keep once-futuristic electronic gadgets out of dumps and landfills; the just-started and already deadlocked Legislature; how urban growth affects plant/animal evolution; and Teatro ZinZanni’s site getting sold off.

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