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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?

5/3/19: AS THE CIRCULAR SAW TURNS
May 3rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Hardwick’s Swap Shop to close (really this time); crane victim’s family to sue; homeless numbers drop (maybe); the boats that evoke a pre-techie Seattle.

4/11/19: PARKING-LOT PANOPTICON
Apr 11th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A creepy police surveillance tower at a supermarket; SeaTac mobile-home defenders reach a settlement; a Boeing shareholder’s lawsuit; how we’re not the only place with a homeless crisis and why we don’t realize it.

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.

3/22/19: SURFACING
Mar 21st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Metro buses leave the tunnel; a UW prof’s old native-language recordings are honored; Councilmember Rob Johnson’s leaving early; Ichiro’s dramatic finale.

3/19/19: A WHOOP AND A HALA
Mar 19th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The City Council passes urban-village upzones; has KOMO joined the War on the Poor?; a middle-school riot; the White House wants to slash Hanford cleanup funds.

3/13/19: DESIGN FOR DAMPNESS
Mar 12th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

An architect looks at how we could embrace the local rain; more airlines and nations ground the 737 Max; state sues opioid wholesalers; Gonzaga surprisingly loses the WCC tourney title game.

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.’

3/1/19: HEY, WAIT! I’VE GOT AN OLD COMPLAINT
Feb 28th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Regressive taxation and other longtime WA traditions; waiting for Inslee’s announcement; high-rise condos under construction in the Intl. District; March comes in like a…?

2/27/19: CLIMBING THE SCALES
Feb 26th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The Symphony’s new hi-tech performance space opens soon; more on the HALA deal’s current status; will the Art Institute of Seattle survive?; did Amazon have an illegal ‘in’ for a big Pentagon cloud-computing deal?

2/13/19: THE SLUSH PILE
Feb 12th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The big snow melt has big effects; REI’s boss suddenly quits; the Gateses talk about saving minority youth; two more light-rail tunnels could cost $2 billion more than bridges.

12/31/18: A SQUARE HOLE, STILL UN-PEGGED
Dec 30th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

The Public Safety Building block will remain a hole in the ground for now; various year-end thoughts about the city, state, and nation; should/could public transit be free?

12/21/18: A MIGHTY WIND
Dec 20th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

Windstorm 2: The Sequel smashes big trees and power lines all over; there’s no ambulance strike (yet); another Legislator’s workplace behavior is looked into; things start to get brighter (we hope).

11/13/18: VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE LAKE
Nov 12th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

The sunken ships of Lake Union; Howard Schultz for Prez?; an ex-employee’s claim against the Mariners’ management; walking as a feminist issue; remembering Stan Lee.

10/16/18: PAUL GARDNER ALLEN, 1953-2018
Oct 15th, 2018 by Clark Humphrey

One of Seattle’s (and the world’s) most prominent people passes. Also: KeyArena razing starts; more deliberate far-right violence; dams vs. orcas.

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