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4/15/19: I UNCOVER THE WATERFRONT
Apr 14th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Viaduct destruction continues; still more anti-‘Seattle Is Dying’ counter-arguments; Mariners become human again; Durkan defends immigrants (and defends defending them).

4/4/19: HOW DRY WE’LL BE
Apr 3rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

We may get another hot, dry, fire-laden summer; Northgate’s de-malling is well underway; who Amazon will put in its new Bellevue buildings; Seattle Times closing Bothell printing plant.

3/22/19: SURFACING
Mar 21st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Metro buses leave the tunnel; a UW prof’s old native-language recordings are honored; Councilmember Rob Johnson’s leaving early; Ichiro’s dramatic finale.

3/20/19: UP A (FAKE ABSTRACT) TREE
Mar 19th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The strangest new condo amenity yet; getting ready for another Bob Ferguson lawsuit against the White House; the Ms play preseason and regular-season games (almost) simultaneously; have you heard it’s been hot out?

3/19/19: A WHOOP AND A HALA
Mar 19th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The City Council passes urban-village upzones; has KOMO joined the War on the Poor?; a middle-school riot; the White House wants to slash Hanford cleanup funds.

3/18/19: UP IN THE AIR
Mar 17th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

How will Boeing survive this crisis (or can it)?; the City Council’s final upzone vote nears; Huskies & Zags both choke in conference title games; Howard Schultz isn’t really ‘from the projects’.

3/13/19: DESIGN FOR DAMPNESS
Mar 12th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

An architect looks at how we could embrace the local rain; more airlines and nations ground the 737 Max; state sues opioid wholesalers; Gonzaga surprisingly loses the WCC tourney title game.

3/5/19: ALL ABOUT THAT CONFUSION
Mar 4th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Name troubles befall ‘our’ Meghan Trainor; Inslee continues his national media blitz; how Bezos lost control of his public image; Durkan wins another round vs. Sawant.

2/27/19: CLIMBING THE SCALES
Feb 26th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The Symphony’s new hi-tech performance space opens soon; more on the HALA deal’s current status; will the Art Institute of Seattle survive?; did Amazon have an illegal ‘in’ for a big Pentagon cloud-computing deal?

2/25/19: VIRTUAL REALITY OR REAL VIRTUE?
Feb 24th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Microsoft workers don’t want the army to get MS’s HoloLens headsets; legislators try to cripple Sound Transit (again); Dow Constantine might run for Gov.; more thanx for your very kind support.

2/19/19: THE PUNX ARE ALL RIGHT
Feb 18th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The snow took its toll on a local-music legend; WA’s not suing over the ‘national emergency’ (yet); can scientists predict a ‘Big One’ earthquake?

‘CORAZON’ ATTACK
Feb 13th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Another vital alt-culture spot’s (at least indirectly) threatened; another City Council member’s not running again; another local TV station’s for sale; the snow trouble’s still not over in some places.

A major correction: The site where a strangely-shaped new tower project is going up, as seen in Thursday’s MISCmedia MAIL, is NOT the site of El Corazon/The Funhouse, but an adjacent lot. Our apologies to all.

2/13/19: THE SLUSH PILE
Feb 12th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The big snow melt has big effects; REI’s boss suddenly quits; the Gateses talk about saving minority youth; two more light-rail tunnels could cost $2 billion more than bridges.

2/12/19: WAITING FOR THE MELTDOWN
Feb 11th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

‘Slushmageddon’ arrives and makes a huge mess; viaduct demolition to finally start; school-bond ballots due today; Inslee’s ‘folksy’ national image-making.

2/11/19: LIFE INSIDE A SNOW GLOBE
Feb 10th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The lovely/deadly snow remains and grows; why the Enquirer went after Bezos (maybe); Starbucks’ cofounder speaks out about Schultz; Beth’s Cafe is threatened by the usual local threat.

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