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2/20/20: IN THE FOLDS
Feb 19th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A Dexter Ave. tower project indirectly honors a local TV legend; art collector/advocate Virginia Wright RIP; lessons from PBS’s Amazon exposé; payroll-tax bill dies in Legislature (but perhaps not fatally).

2/19/20: FAITH OF OUR (TWO) FATHERS (OR TWO MOTHERS)
Feb 19th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Protests want gay Catholic teachers rehired; more praise for Pike Place’s Oriental Mart; Durkan says she’s more of a true progressive than (without naming) Sawant; keeping eagles from dining at the landfill.

2/18/20: POWER SANDERS
Feb 17th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Bernie fills the Tacoma Dome; Bezos will give $ to fight climate change but not change Amazon’s climate footprint; a rally today will support a Catholic school’s gay ex-teachers; 712 people in WA are on coronavirus-related ‘supervision’.

2/17/20: DECLARATION OF INDIPINOS
Feb 16th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Descendants of indigenous and Filipino berry pickers remember; Catholic high school claims two gay teachers ‘voluntarily’ quit (supporters say otherwise); virus panic hurts local businesses; more copper-wire thefts.

2/14/20: ‘PRIME’ TIME EXPOSURE
Feb 13th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

PBS ‘Frontline’ says Amazon’s reach is now ‘inescapable’; Sanders coming to a Tacoma rally; state Supreme Court OKs Sound Transit tax calculations; Boeing and engineers reach an early contract deal.

2/13/20: SHOWING YOU THE MONEY
Feb 13th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Meet the Liberty Bank Building’s mural artist; judge rules against most of anti-I-976 suit; Sawant’s ‘Tax Amazon’ plan now has specifics; imagining what won’t be in Sea-Tac’s new ‘Capitol Hill Food Court’.

2/12/20: THE MONKEY SHINES
Feb 12th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Making and hiding glass art works in Tacoma; more icky chemicals found in the Sound; a judge OKs the T-Mobile/Sprint combine; Boeing had a really lousy month saleswise.

2/11/20: LIGHTING THE WAY
Feb 10th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Family ties and the new Seattle Asian Art Museum; free health clinic returns this weekend; a diluted winter-eviction ban passes the City Council; a longtime Madison Park bar is suddenly closed.

2/7/20: HOW HIGH’S THE WATER MAMA?
Feb 6th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

More floods and rescues (of people and animals); the first 737 MAX recertification flight may be near; local restaurant to pay almost a half-mil to past & present workers in a city settlement; local poster artists revive the scrapped Harriet Tubman $20 bill.

2/6/20: THIS IS A PRIME ROMANCE
Feb 5th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Fake ‘Amazon Dating’ site launches; local woman gets off heroin after breaking a needle in her neck; King County youth jail opens soon; ex-judges warn about the ‘chilling effect’ of ICE agents at courthouses.

2/5/20: YOUR NEWS, NOW WITH EXTRA SPICE
Feb 4th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

The Stranger’s moving into the old Crescent Spice building; local CEOs endorse payroll-tax bill; Cinerama theater shuttered again; aren’t you glad WA doesn’t have Presidential caucuses any more?

2/4/20: LETTING THEIR FREAK FLAG FLY
Feb 3rd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

An art exhibit celebrating ‘nerd-dom’ in Pt. Angeles; Fred Wildlife Refuge closing; Amazon’s HQ2 scheme was a big ploy for tax breaks; a big HIV vaccine trial’s disappointing end.

2/3/20: A SPECTACLE OF YOURSELF(IE)
Feb 2nd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A for-profit “selfie museum” lets you show yourself in various artsy settings; a Super Bowl ad salutes Police Chief Best; lotsa floods & mudslides in the region; Ballard P-Patch ‘saved’ for $1.95 million.

1/31/20: BEAMING THEM UP
Jan 30th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

The Pacific Science Center’s laser shows are run by real live artists (imagine!); the state ramps up its coronavirus response; a leaked memo sheds info on Blaine border detainments; Amazon’s now worth $1 trillion (in stock value) and has almost 800,000 global workers.

1/30/20: WOOD, CHUCKED
Jan 29th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Car crash topples a front-yard sculpture made of rotting wood; Swedish strike to be immediately followed by lockout; some local companies won’t let employees visit China; remembering a beloved musician who apparently did himself in.

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