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CONTINUING ‘REACTIONS’
Aug 6th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Tri-Cities composer honors atomic bombings’ 75th anniversary; Cliff Mass goes anti-anti-fascist, loses radio gig; UW researchers’ ‘protein scaffolding’ could help make better vaccines; SPD responds to critics with a new web site.

6/17/20: BRINGING DARKNESS INTO LIGHT
Jun 16th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Meet one of the Black photographers of Black Lives Matter; Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda proposes a ‘payroll tax lite’; CHOP protest site gets a little more official; there’s no Comic-Con or PAX this year.

4/15/20: ‘MISSING’ PIECES
Apr 14th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

T-shirts to remember what’s not in your life; we’re apparently making great progress but can’t let up; Amazon fires workers who dissed its warehouse safety practices; Matt Shea claims the pandemic’s just a sham Marxist plot.

10/14/20: LISTEN TO YOUR MAMAS
Apr 13th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

An anonymous street artist’s words from role-model women; a three-state pact (we’re by far the hardest-hit) will coordinate COVID responses; Inslee’s early releases may not make prisoners safer; a legal settlement ends the ‘Uber union’ push for now.

4/13/20: THEN WHAT HAPPENS?
Apr 12th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Speculation on the stay-home regime’s next stages and eventual end; Boeing’s small-scale restart; what it’ll take to revive live-music spaces; a local author’s tale of tattooed pigs gets the LeVar Burton treatment.

4/6/20: THE CALM DURING THE STORM
Apr 5th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Slo-mo drone scenes of a depopulated downtown; Boeing plants won’t reopen yet; why the initial local COVID responses failed; Thunderpussy (finally) gets to trademark its name!

3/21/20: MORE NOT-SO-SWEET NOTHINGS
Mar 20th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Another special weekend edition full of virus-related (more or less) headlines, plus more pictures of a city forced to go on hold.

3/18/20: ART AND ABSENCE
Mar 17th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

An art teacher/cartoonist ponders the immediate unknown; aid programs for workers and artists get underway; Boeing wants big federal bucks; it’s (not) a golden time for introverts.

3/17/20: A TIME OF THE SIGNS, COVID EDITION
Mar 17th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

One barmaid’s temp-closing words of reassurance; a year without St. Patrick’s Day; Sawant repurposes her ‘Amazon tax’ proposal; Joe Biden wins WA’s Presidential primary.

1/16/20: SNOWPOCALYPSE FOR SOME
Jan 16th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Places near here that got big snow still have problems from it; a bill in Olympia would complicate changes to local schools’ gifted programs; big grants to three local radical artists; the threat of a ‘tech Cold War.’

1/15/20: FLAKY
Jan 14th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Some parts of the region will get a bunch of snow, maybe; Boeing had more orders canceled than delivered in ’19; Sawant’s latest ‘Tax Amazon’ plan still isn’t fully revealed; Ken Jennings disses Courtney Love.

1/14/20: ICE NOT NICE
Jan 13th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A 30-vehicle crash and more power outages result from the winter blast; Sawant blasts Amazon again; Durkan defends police again; anti-trans meeting’s still on at the downtown library.

11/25/19: THE FIRST TIME EVER I SCANNED YOUR FACE
Nov 24th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Delta Airlines phases in ‘facial recognition’ at Sea-Tac; one of the great ‘grunge’-era show photographers finally has a book out; how an Eyman for governor campaign would work out; Bumbershoot’s literary-arts queen RIP.

10/7/19: BEING THE FUTURE
Oct 6th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Young activists’ ideas become an art exhibit; the local CEO inside the Ukraine affair; Boats Afloat Show floats away to Everett; Seattle’s biggest ‘soot polluter’ is a recycling plant.

10/1/19: ‘BON’ MOTS
Oct 1st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

That local ad jingle you still can’t forget; is bus riding really that dangerous? (a driver says no); addressing built-in bias in school gifted programs; how ‘tree rustlers’ allegedly started a big wildfire.

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