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11/26/21: FRANK-LY SWEET
Nov 25th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Another ‘only from Archie McPhee’ product at Xmas; Christian schools with ‘lax protocols’ lead in student COVID cases; Pacific Place ‘goes indie’ amid ‘ghost malls’ tide; remembering WA’s first Black (and non-Indigenous) settler.

11/25/21: THE (REAL) REASON FOR THE SEASON
Nov 24th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Indigenous contemporary art to view this T-Day weekend, highlighting a list of mostly cultural items left over from recent newsletter issues.

11/24/21: NEVER TOO YOUNG TO KNOW YOURSELF
Nov 23rd, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

An out trans woman becomes a high school homecoming queen; King County’s got its first POC (interim) sheriff; a 75-year-old Black woman (and police-accountability activist) is struck with a motor oil can in a racist street attack; what’s so negative about being told to be ‘positive’?

11/22/21: SHADES OF BLACK-AND-TAN
Nov 21st, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

The hidden history of a local jazz hall as it’s about to be commemorated; Seahawks, coach Pete Carroll hit a new nadir; SPD keeps full funding for unfilled jobs; Amazon, MS can bid again for a redrawn Pentagon cloud contract.

11/9/21: TIE A WHITE RIBBON
Nov 8th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Temporary ‘COVID Remembrance Project’ now underway; UW football coach Jimmy Lake’s suspended for one game; 9 percent of Boeing’s US workers want a vax exemption; how has Amazon changed fiction?

11/1/21: OUT TO DRY(DOCK)
Oct 31st, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Foss Shipyard suddenly closes; state eviction moratorium ends; cash incentives offered to new SPD officers; this year’s local elections have the same big-money interests backing the same business-as-usual candidates.

10/29/21: DELIVERING THE SCARES
Oct 28th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

‘Ghost kitchen’ and other costume ideas; state eviction moratorium’s end nears again; last-minute big bucks pour into local elections; Amazon’s quarterly profits fall by almost half.

10/27/21: THE SAND WHICH IS THERE
Oct 26th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Local eco-origins of ‘Dune;’ state antitrust suit against big chicken producers; ‘a new Black arts center’ to anchor a CD mixed-use project.

10/26/21: NOT A LOVE SONG
Oct 25th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Local music vet Ken Stringfellow denies several women’s sexual-misconduct claims; more windstorm fallout; another judge upholds state vax mandate; Amazon’s employee-leave policies said to have many major flaws.

10/25/21: CONSIDER IT RELEASED
Oct 24th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

The Kraken’s home debut is a triumph (except for the game’s outcome and the lack of regular TV); Mandate Monday #2 is here; 40 overboard cargo containers added to the usual local windstorm damage; is it racist to note Bruce Harrell’s past defense of Ed Murray?

10/20/21: BUILDING A LEGACY
Oct 19th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

New book chronicles a local architect’s life and work; more Mandate Monday #1 fallout; Edmonds school reverts to remote learning; state charges Pierce County Sheriff Ed Troyer with lying to officials.

10/19/21: GETTING (REALLY) INTO ART
Oct 18th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Non-Van Gogh ‘immersive’ art ‘experiences’ around town; Mandate Monday #1 finds few affected workers ousted (except WSU football coach Nick Rolovich); a rich white guy thinks racism’s dead and ‘the free market’ did it.

10/18/21: NOT THE ‘FIRST’ TIME
Oct 17th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

New doc covers an anti-racist protest (and pro-racist counterprotest); many Pike Place Market and South Lake Union businesses still struggle; Portland cops won’t stop vandals unless they can bust heads; it’s Vax Deadline Monday #1!

0/11/21: CLEANING UP
Oct 10th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

The local origins of Netflix’s hit series ‘Maid;’ the welcome rise of Indigenous People’s Day; County Councilmember Kathy Lambert apologizes for racially-charged campaign flyer; the real reasons for WA’s ferry-crew shortages.

10/6/21: DRINK ME
Oct 5th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

‘Alice in Wonderland’ themed cocktail ‘experience’ coming to Seattle; Amazon’s openly playing Seattle against the suburbs; a major labor union may cut back on Sawant support; many police and sheriff’s employees are still un-vaxxed at the mandate deadline.

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