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3/12/19: HANGING UP THE BODY ARMOR
Mar 11th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Phoenix Jones retires from the streets; more 737-crash reactions; WA’s regressive tax system explained; Facebook likes Viagra ads but bans a local company’s lube ads.

3/8/19: RED LINES AND WHITE NEIGHBORHOODS
Mar 7th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A new exhibit reveals Seattle’s less than ‘inclusive’ past; GOP State Rep. Phil Fortunato’s latest crusade and/or publicity stunt; another GOP legislator claims vaccines are potentially more dangerous than measles.

3/6/19: CHORDS OF HISTORY
Mar 6th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A grunge photo exhibit in an Amazon office building; Jay Inslee in Iowa; the Lava Lounge block’s still threatened; ‘Howard Schultz’s biggest haters.’

2/28/19: SHE GALLOPS AGAIN
Feb 27th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Newly-found film of the ‘Galloping Gertie’ bridge collapse; Inslee could announce for Prez Friday; GOP lawmakers hate sex-ed and Seattle; what’ll Amazon pull out of next?

‘CORAZON’ ATTACK
Feb 13th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Another vital alt-culture spot’s (at least indirectly) threatened; another City Council member’s not running again; another local TV station’s for sale; the snow trouble’s still not over in some places.

A major correction: The site where a strangely-shaped new tower project is going up, as seen in Thursday’s MISCmedia MAIL, is NOT the site of El Corazon/The Funhouse, but an adjacent lot. Our apologies to all.

12/19/18: A CLEANSING EXPERIENCE
Dec 18th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

One of Seattle’s least-known museums revealed; a new SDOT director’s picked; new attempts to save the salmon; are our orcas too antisocial?

12/18/18: THE ART OF THE HUSTLE
Dec 17th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

“Torrey Pines” animator’s new project; abusive ex-priests sent to Spokane; Durkan’s new housing push; Redmond’s now more diverse than Seattle.

12/7/18: HIS ‘BLUE PERIOD’
Dec 6th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

A rich tech guy’s fancy food photos; transit’s more popular than ever here; anti-injection-site initiative halted; what’s REALLY behind Seattle’s big changes?

9/24/18: POLE POSITIONS
Sep 23rd, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

Totem poles aren’t really of local origin (so should we remove them?); more claims against State Rep. Martin Manweller; a Seattle radio legend dies.

9/13/18: THESE CHARMING ABS
Sep 12th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

A musical mash-up of Morrissey and workout-DVD reviews (!); the Storm’s righteous total triumph; detained immigrant youth at risk of abuse; local tourism biz deals with shutoff of public ad money.

8/3/18: THIRTY YEARS AFTER
Aug 2nd, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

How Sub Pop triumphed; some places we wish weren’t demolished; Matt Manweller rants against #MeToo and ‘liberals’; David Meinert’s business world shrinks some more.

4/9/18: HIS OWN PROMISED LAND
Apr 8th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

A local civil-rights legend passes; an historic nightlife spot’s possibly threatened; a pending victory for BC pipeline opponents; how not to rename a supermarket.

3/26/18: MARCHING AS TO PEACE
Mar 25th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

Scenes from the March for Our Lives; for-profit immigration jail vs. Tacoma; Green Lake fish & chips stand not ‘landmarked’; what’s really behind the Michael Bennett indictment?

3/23/18: NEWS ON THE MARCH
Mar 22nd, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

The aware, activist teens behind March For Our Lives; ‘Portlandia’ RIP; the state of booze in the state; a possible precedent toward Net censorship; one affluent guy you’re glad you’re not.

12/28/17: ALL THAT, WELL, YOU KNOW…
Dec 27th, 2017 by Clark Humphrey

The year’s penultimate MISCmedia MAIL discusses great photos of a long-gone Seattle few people were aware of when it was around; a local underwear biz with sketchy (not in a good way) ads; cyclists suing Sound Transit; and Jews helping Muslims.

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