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9/30/22: WHEN ‘HOME’ FEELS LESS HOMEY
Sep 29th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Local author on how to mentally survive on a changing planet; 191 texts were ‘manually deleted’ from Durkan’s phone after 2020 protests; local crab populations ‘flourishing’ but still not salmon; Congressional candidate Joe Kent tries to distance himself (but not too far) from far-right extremists.

9/23/22: ‘R’ FOR ‘REMEMBER’
Sep 22nd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Tacoma bar owners’ quest to restore the old, funny Rainier Beer ads; Seattle’s median income hits a new high (and why that’s bad); state official is ‘cautiously optimistic’ about the COVID fight in WA; we just had our driest summer ever.

9/22/22: VIRTUAL CUBICLES
Sep 21st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Local firm’s ‘metaverse platform’ of virtual offices; Seattle’s building lots of (costly) apartments; SAM’s reimagining its ‘American art’ collection; wildfire smoke comes back to Seattle bigtime.

9/21/22: SPHERE OF CONTENTION
Sep 20th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Teamsters march en masse at Amazon HQ; acting SPD chief Diaz picked for permanent job; Boeing outsourcing corporate jobs to India; Nordstrom moves to stop a Mexican company from taking it over.

9/20/22: BLACK IS THE COLOR OF…
Sep 19th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Central District art space/shop opens; county jail operating reforms could take years; WA opioid settlement could fall through; ‘A Week Without Driving’ is now underway.

9/19/22: AT THE HOPS
Sep 18th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

How Indigenous and Asian Americans worked together in early local agriculture; West Seattle Bridge reopens at long last; Death Cab for Cutie’s ‘geocaching’ a downloadable song; a not-very-good weekend for the Seahawks and Mariners.

9/14/22: (ALMOST) READY TO SERVE
Sep 13th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A Stranger writer’s history of queer comedy in TV sitcoms; school in Seattle starts at last; NYT essay lauds Seattle’s JustCare housing program; Starbucks to spend millions on store automation (while still union-busting).

9/12/22: OUT OF AN ORANGE COLORED SKY
Sep 11th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Wildfire smokes gets to Seattle from close-in, as thousands lose power throughout the NW; teachers’ strike still on; Bezos bashes Queen-bashing professor; Ms make spectacular comeback vs. defending MLB champs, as Seahawks go up against Russell Wilson.

9/7/22: A LONG ‘WALK’ TOWARD JUSTICE
Sep 6th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Podcast investigates the Tacoma Police killing of Manuel Ellis; Seattle teachers’ strike is on; remembering the Whidbey Island plane-crash victims; GOP Senate candidate Tiffany Smiley’s ‘erased’ her former 2020-election remarks from her website.

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.

8/31/22: CLIP SHOW
Aug 30th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

The former digital assistant you loved to hate; Harrell tries to appeal to cops by hating on City Council; Seattle teachers set a strike vote; there’s been little progress against homelessness this year—except more sweeps.

8/29/22: A LIFE WELL SEASONED
Aug 28th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Sausage and hydro-racing mogul Art Oberto RIP; Seattle teachers’ union still negotiating a contract; ex-Garfield swim team member alleges ‘sexual hazing;’ Ms’ rookie superstar Julio Rodriguez signs a mega-deal.

8/26/22: ART ROCK(S)
Aug 25th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Fourteen artist-inscribed stone benches at Volunteer Park; Paul Allen’s $1 billion art collection up for auction; NLRB blasts another Starbucks anti-union ploy; could Seattle home prices plunge as much as 20 percent?

8/25/22: EVENT OF THE CENTURY (PLUS TWO)
Aug 24th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Garfield High’s COVID-delayed centennial; overdoses up, here and around the NW; female Nintendo game testers allege sexual harassment by male staff; Danny Westneat’s mistaken again.

8/24/22: ALL THE BASES
Aug 23rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Mural about NW baseball history at the Ms’ new bar (where Pyramid used to be); King County has seven new e. coli cases; that supposed ‘Gorge shooter wannabe’ now apparently wasn’t; Starbucks finds a reason to close another unionized store.

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