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3/16/20: CAN’T TOUCH THIS (OR THIS, OR THIS)
Mar 15th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Gov. Inslee’s set to close all restaurants/bars, further limit public meetings; Tim Eyman makes a horse’s ass of himself again; Ride the Ducks gone is for good; the lighter side of not touching your face.

3/14/20: THE OPPOSITE OF DYSTOPIA
Mar 14th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

In a special weekend edition: ‘An epidemic of people helping people’; Inslee takes school closures statewide; the last print Stranger for a while.

3/13/20: ‘DISTANCE’ RUNNING
Mar 12th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Owner of a now-shut eatery wants more from local officials than just ‘social distancing’ mandates; lots more closures & cancellations; Legislature’s last moves to shore up transportation budget; what to do instead of shaking hands.

3/12/20: MOVE ALONG, NOTHING TO SEE HERE
Mar 12th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

All public events in a three-county area are either banned or heavily restricted, depending on size; lots more school districts are closing; Joe Biden takes the presidential-primary lead; Boeing’s year-to-date orders are in minus figures.

3/11/20: GETTIN’ MIGHTY UN-CROWDED
Mar 11th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

The state may ban all 250-or-more local public gatherings; there’s no WA presidential primary winner yet; Boeing workers split on latest contract offer; at least it’s a great time to take a quiet urban bike ride.

3/10/20: SCRUBBING THE SEATS
Mar 10th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Restaurants, other businesses do all they can to reassure the public; was there a ‘patient zero’ for the local outbreak?; part of Aurora Ave.’s got a new name and design; the worst virus-related invention to date.

3/9/20: CLEAN, CLEAN
Mar 9th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Lots of songs to wash hands by; another plethora of local COVID updates & responses; Congress members accuse Boeing of promoting a ‘culture of concealment’; what the internment-memorial mural incident tells about modern Bellevue.

3/6/20: ‘GHOST’ WRITING
Mar 6th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle’s current ‘ghost town’ media image, fact and/or fiction?; Womxn’s March among canceled/postponed events; GOP’s ‘weird amendments’ don’t kill state sex-ed bill; the (Elizabeth) Warren court’s no longer in session.

3/5/20: DAYS OF PANICS PAST
Mar 5th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

1918 ‘Spanish’ flu pandemic compared to now; many more COVID reactions and 1 more death; state may ask developers to promise ‘net environmental gain;’ MOHAI gets Seattle’s most famous accordion.

3/4/20: COVID CORNER
Mar 4th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

More virus updates & reactions (I know); a mystery initiative campaign’s mystery donor; fishers are cute, carnivorous, and back in WA; can the city save small businesses (without giving ’em money)?

3/3/20: TODAY IN VIRALITY
Mar 2nd, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

A lot more coronavirus updates and reactions; a strange rare creature that’s even more endangered by virus-panic; two more Bellevue College leaders fired after art-statement alteration; Seattle magazine’s got a new local owner.

3/2/20: TIME TO PANIC? (STILL NO.)
Mar 1st, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

The US’s first coronavirus deaths are right here (but don’t freak out or hoard stuff); feds say to keep the Snake River dams; Seattle cop fired for history of racist/sexist remarks; is drag bingo a felony offense?

A SILENT NOISE
Feb 27th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

AIDS Memorial Pathway art revealed; Bothell High School still closed by virus fear; Christopher Rufo blames Seattle for the rise of Sanders (and ‘socialism’); payroll-tax bill’s still alive and still without ‘pre-emption’ clause.

2/27/20: THE CAMPS, THE MALL, & THE CAMPUS
Feb 26th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Bellevue College de-censors mural artists’ statement about white locals who liked the WWII internments; Inslee wants a Swedish labor pact now; does the city’s Navigation Team really get people off the streets?; neo-Nazis accused of harassing reporters and activists.

2/26/20: ‘GO,’ BIG
Feb 25th, 2020 by Clark Humphrey

Amazon Go grocery’s biggest store yet opens on E. Pike; Kennedy High principal put on paid leave; two state House Dems will get primary challengers; 1 in 5 WA community college students are or have been homeless.

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