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11/23/22: WHEN HELPERS NEED HELP
Nov 23rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Psychiatric nurse helps the homeless, and seeks help for her own burnout; more about the almost-final city budget plan; injury pauses Sunny Day Real Estate’s reunion tour; Cafe Nordo’s last act (for now).

11/8/22: ‘RABBIT’ RUN
Nov 7th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

New performance venue at ex-Can Can site aims to ‘rekindle Seattle arts scene’; big midterm races go down to the wire; SPD’s ‘history of killing people with knives;’ Dungeness crab dying off due to lack of oxygen.

11/4/22: REEL-ING IN THE YEARS
Nov 3rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Memories of the Bumbershoot arts festival’s One Reel-produced era; investigating a 2021 protest-site clash between an undercover cop and undercover deputies; should Union Station have trains again?; could Gonzaga basketball move to a major conference?

10/27/22: WALKING HER ‘TALK’
Oct 26th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

One-woman show about growing up Black in Seattle; VP Harris touts electric school buses; local overdose deaths reach new record; waiting for Standard Time (one more time).

10/17/22: I DON’T KNOW’S ON THIRD
Oct 16th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Another concept for ‘reviving’ Third Ave.; Mariners drag it out to the bitter (elongated) end; grocery clerks’ union opposes Kroger/Albertsons merger; King County scraps expanded-shelter plan in SoDo.

9/13/22: WRECKAGE (LITERAL AND OTHER)
Sep 12th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Amazon Prime Video documentary probes 737 MAX crashes’ aftermath; possible teachers’-strike breakthrough; Seahawks fans got their boos’ worth vs. Russell Wilson; dance club Neighbors to get new owners.

9/1/22: LITTLE BIG PEOPLE
Aug 31st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Found objects used to make figures of ‘more than human’ subjects; youth jail confining more kids; LGBTQ-centric theater co. reopens after COVID shutdowns but can’t stay open; a reminder that there’s no Bumbershoot again this year.

8/30/22: MEMORIES OF AUGUST PAST
Aug 29th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Playwright August Wilson’s Seattle legacy; Kent teacher strike continues; does ‘suppressing’ wildfires just make the crisis worse?; while local media seem to care only about cops, the Seattle Fire Dept.’s also understaffed and spending millions in OT pay.

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.

6/20/22: PANTS OFF, ‘FREAK’ ON
Jun 19th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Fremont Parade (both parts) back in full force; could Amazon run out of potential warehouse workers?; insurance commissioner Mike Kreidler’s pressured to resign; Watergate, at 50, compared to Jan. 6 coup attempt.

6/15/22: REAL VIRTUE
Jun 14th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Library/UW VR project shows how sea-level rise will affect the Duwamish; what the city/county ‘child care bonus’ will really pay workers; race-bias stats among King Co. deputies; Langley’s got an official Conan O’Brien trash can.

6/13/22: JUST SAY…
Jun 12th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Selling engraved maps on wood to fund a planning-consultant business; Patriot Front stopped from rioting at an Idaho Pride rally; tower project with an old 747 in its middle beset by lawsuits; “Bruce” the musical and the need to believe.

5/26/22: STEPPING UP
May 25th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

‘Black ballerina’ works for racial equity in the arts; more grade-school-shooting responses; Gov. Inslee and Lt. Gov. Heck say they have COVID; Amazon shareholders vote against worker-safety proposals, give CEO Jassy a huge bonus.

5/20/22: SPACE SAVERS
May 19th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Columbia City Theater preserved; report says most calls to SPD aren’t crime-related; local theater legend John Aylward dies; Iceland’s prez, in Seattle, pleads for apps/devices that speak his language.

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?

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