MISCmedia MAIL for 12/2/15
Dec 2nd, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

Our midweek missive has a Rosa Parks remembrance; a place to get a 3-D printed statue of yourself; more on the restaurant that turned low-income seniors away; and a new image for Burien.

MISCmedia MAIL for 11/30/15: BACK IN BLACK
Nov 30th, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

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Monday’s MISCmedia MAIL includes the bizarre cognitive dissonance between shoppers and protesters on Black Friday, which in turn was overshadowed by out-of-state news of yet another psycho bigot shooter. Also: What Bill Gates may announce at the big climate conference; outsourcing Santa; two big football wins.

MISCmedia MAIL for 11/24/15
Nov 23rd, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

Begin your (probably) snowless day with MISCmedia MAIL, including: The boring truth about Starbucks’ holiday cups; Tini Bigs threatened; more KPLU defiance; why would Amazon cover NY subway seats with swastikas?
MISCmedia MAIL for 11/20/15
Nov 20th, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

Your weekend MISCmedia MAIL has the usual exhaustive weekend activity listings, plus: Does the Eitel Building really deserve to be “restored” into just another “boutique hotel”?; racist bigots again falsely imagine themselves to be righteous; we’ve got more homeless folk while the US as a whole has fewer; the real reason there’s no Arctic oil drilling this year.
MISCmedia MAIL for 11/18/15
Nov 17th, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

In your drying-out MISCmedia MAIL for Wednesday: Windstorm 2015 of course; an attempt to save a tiny and allegedly ugly UW building; Arctic oil won’t help pay for Norway’s generous public benefits; Chicago’s the supposed new hot spot for young coders.
MISCmedia MAIL for 10/26/15
Oct 26th, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

Damp conditions seem to be here to stay for a while, and so is MISCmedia MAIL. In today’s e-edition: Artist Ries Niemi gets some long-due recognition; working to dissolve the hate on Beacon Hill; the enduring legacy of Boeing’s B-17; and cute orcas (modern-day) and beavers (from the 1950s).
MISCMedia MAIL for 10/23/15
Oct 22nd, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

In the one hundredth glorious MISCmedia MAIL: A “Seattle Way” i/r/t tech development; Bertha’s delayed again (yawn); Seahawks play four full quarters this time; many weekend activity listings; what we might have carped about in 1915.
MISCmedia MAIL for 10/22/15
Oct 21st, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

In MISCmedia MAIL: Cubs out of contention (again); FCC wants TV stations to die so it can sell their frequencies for cell phones; CIA-suit documents stolen at UW; Starbucks vs. European Union.
MISCmedia MAIL for 10/20/15
Oct 21st, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

Canada dumped the right wing, and Toronto dumped the (Kansas City) Royals. (Many Canadians still love the real Royals, though.) Also in your Tuesday e-missive: Amazon gets personal about its workplace-culture critics; the last remnants of Clearwire disappear in weeks; a mercenary landlord’s City Council faves; an Islamic community center gets torched in W. Seattle.

MISCmedia MAIL for 10/16/15
Oct 16th, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

We’ve got the usual array of weekend activity listings, plus: fear of a black a yoga class; more complications (and conjecture) in l’Affaire Triad Partners; Metro’s Route 43 lives!

MISCmedia MAIL FOR 9/30/15
Sep 30th, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

In our month-ending missive: More bridge-crash aftermath; whither the Decibel Festival?; smashing a Chihuly (apparently not as a performance-art statement).

MISCmedia MAIL for 9/24/15
Sep 23rd, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

In MISCmedia MAIL for Thurs.: More big China pronouncements; (non-Vulcan) mind melding; could Western State have to close?; stuff Yogi Berra probably didn’t say.
MISCmedia MAIL for 9/23/15
Sep 22nd, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

In your Wednesday e-missive: Does Seattle really need a 101-story building? Do we have to ignore China’s authoritarianism just because it’s “good for business”? Will the First Hill Streetcar ever run?
MISCmedia MAIL for 9/22/15
Sep 21st, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

A big news day at MISCmedia MAIL: Pro-choice protests take over social media; Tim Eyman formally accused of being a cheat; private-jail pickets; the City Council’s toned-down rent control resolution; and all the Xi in China.
MISCmedia MAIL for 9/17/15
Sep 16th, 2015 by Clark Humphrey

Thursday in your Trump-free MISCmedia MAIL: Fixing ed-funding at last; historic bus depot razed; MS sued for gender bias; even the rich would rather rent.
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