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4/20/22: A LITTLE OUTSIDE READING
Apr 19th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Storybook pages posted along park paths; more transit agencies no longer require masks; Amazon hires ex-AG Loretta Lynch to run an ‘equity audit;’ Neighbours will be sold to a Calif.-based gay-club chain.

4/12/22: WHAT’S IN (A DORMANT) STORE
Apr 11th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

City gives temp residencies in storefronts to artists and small merchants; rich people don’t like to be taxed (duh); concrete drivers aren’t back on the job yet; developer proposes a ‘floating wind farm’ off the WA coast.

4/1/22: ‘MAGMA’ OPUS
Mar 31st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

The Henry Art Gallery has a major new installation piece; the search is on for a permanent SPD chief; more Seattle neighborhoods get even more affluent; Open Books will open again.

3/29/22: PUTTING THE VIRTUE IN ‘VIRTUAL REALITY’
Mar 28th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Local company says its VR glasses help vision-impaired people to see better; tourism’s on a slight uptick here; ‘social housing’ city initiative drive gets underway; (almost) nothing about the Oscars.

3/28/22: OFF-AIR, ONLINE
Mar 27th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A longtime TV journalist’s online documentary archive; Seattle Times apologizes for past racist content; street rally remembers a killed tow-truck driver; can the old Bush Gardens building be saved?

3/25/22: WHAT SOME MIGHT NOT WISH TO SEE
Mar 24th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Photographer depicts urban struggles and tragedies; BBC TV takes a quick peek at Seattle arts; seeking a less-offensive name for the ‘Asian murder hornet’; could the state Legislature turn red?

3/24/22: STAGING A BETTER LIFE
Mar 23rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A local autistic actor’s life lessons; marking two years since the West Seattle Bridge closed; ‘safe lots’ for folks living in vehicles could return; tulip farm workers go on strike in Skagit County.

3/22/22: THINKING ABOUT INKING
Mar 21st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Celebrating generations of local female tattoo artists; a non-MAX 737 crashes in a remote part of China; a now ex-KOMO reporter outs himself as a fan of the extreme-right Proud Boys; a court strikes down some Seattle tenant protections.

3/21/22: THE COLOR OF SOUND
Mar 20th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Heritage of a largely women-run Spanish radio station in eastern WA; a beloved local sportscaster dies; shootings at more pot stores and along I-5; the (upscaled version of the) Canterbury bar will close.

3/3/22: A FACE A MOTHER-FISH COULD LOVE
Mar 2nd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle Aquarium’s new local oddities; Amazon to close its physical bookstores; could Seattle home prices be due for a ‘correction’?; why the homelessness crisis is so damn complicated.

2/18/22: PAPER ANNIVERSARY
Feb 17th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Artist’s elaborate cutouts remember the 80th anniversary of the WWII internments; Washington (but not necessarily King Co.) to end indoor mask mandate on the equinox; can $10 million in corporate cash solve homelessness (at least downtown)?; Amazon union-busters threaten to slash wages.

2/4/22: KEEPING THE STORIES TOLD
Feb 3rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Art and storytelling keep WWII internments remembered; Inslee wants a statewide plan against homelessness; a seed shortage hinders the replanting of burned forests; Nancy Pearl decries school book bans.

1/24/22: STRANGE PAST; NO FUTURE?
Jan 23rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A 118-year-old building on Broadway, with a notorious history, could be razed for affordable housing; the last original Ventures member dies; free COVID tests from the state go fast; Zags’ rift with a superstar, anti-mask alum.

1/3/22: NEW YEAR, NEW THAW
Jan 2nd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Holiday season, city snow both go away; Seattle schools to hold COVID testing day in lieu of classes; Bruce Harrell privately sworn in as mayor; it was a particularly deadly year on WA state roads.

12/20/21: FORGOTTEN NO MORE?
Dec 19th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

A local Japanese American painter’s posthumous comeback; anti-vax state Senator dies of COVID; Seahawks, Kraken games postponed; Boeing sells its Longacres office complex for ‘transit oriented development.’

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