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8/5/19: DOCKING MANEUVERS
Aug 4th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The downtown ferry terminal will go bye-bye; pork farmers halted a big health probe; robots potentially threaten lots of jobs; a ‘hot, nasty summer election campaign’ is almost over.

8/2/19: PIPE NIGHTMARES
Aug 1st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

In another massive e-missive: Death Cab’s tribute to young pipeline-blast victims; charges in a different kind of cyber-theft; no more ‘dress-coding’ in Seattle schools; Amazon’s Dash gets ditched.

8/1/19: FLAG, SHIPPED
Jul 31st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

In one of our biggest newsletters to date: Sounders FC doesn’t like fans’ giant anti-fascist flag; WA’s 1st woman (and gay) House speaker; obviously faked pix on City Council campaign mailers; Inslee’s last (presidential campaign) stand?

7/31/19: ROCK THIS HOUSE
Jul 30th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

An attempt to save the doomed-for-development Alki Rock House; learning about the alleged Seattle cyber-thief; more UW College Republican hate speech; can Inslee’s presidential campaign live another day?

7/29/19: DRUMMING UP SUPPORT
Jul 28th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A cartoon with a local star spins a positive vision of Native life; the T-Mobile/Sprint deal moves ahead; Amazon’s talked with ICE about selling facial-recognition software; the limits of Seattle smugness.

7/26/19: A LIFETIME ON THE STREETS
Jul 25th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Operation Nightwatch’s executive director recalls struggles past and present; possible delays in another Boeing jet program; City Council races turn ‘nasty’; should Seattle be more like Minneapolis (without all the ice)?

7/25/19: THE GOOD OLD DAYS THAT WEREN’T
Jul 24th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A NW rocker-turned-author decries ’90s music-scene nostalgia; how Seattle helped make Rutger Hauer a global star; Boeing loses almost $3 billion; did Durkan ‘red-bait’ a City Council candidate?

7/24/19: ‘15’ LOVE
Jul 23rd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

The $15 minimum wage and its continuing impact; ‘Mayor Pete’ talks here about ‘real’ moral values; the feds’ big Amazon investigation starts; a LOT more people will live around here by 2050.

7/23/19: RATTED OUT
Jul 22nd, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Landmine-sniffing rodents in Tacoma; City Council OK’s a soda-tax-specific fund; NW trees are drying up and dying out; UW gets a big grant to fight disinformation.

7/22/19: SHOPPING DE-CENTERED
Jul 21st, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Northgate’s end days continue; where should surplus soda-tax money go?; more sewage leaks close more beaches; sellers of past-date food to discount groceries are convicted.

7/19/19: ICONS AND MASTERS
Jul 19th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Remembering two giants of Seattle visual art; more Showbox landmarking details; another big-money City Council PAC; is Sea-Tac Airport lying about its age?

7/18/19: A CONCRETE STATEMENT
Jul 17th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

An artist’s preserved kid-clothes make a message about the child detainees; ICE jails former church sanctuary resident; the Showbox gets ‘landmarked’; a shooting survivor’s concert to help others.

7/17/19: THERE’S A MOON! IT’S IN THE SKY! IT’S CALLED THE MOON!
Jul 16th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

Many local angles on the Apollo 11 nostalgia; Amazon defends itself to a Congressional committee; the Lake Washington water-taxi idea progresses; Rapinoe for Prez?

7/16/19: A TAXING SITUATION
Jul 15th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

A state court nixes Seattle’s wealth tax but suggests a possible fix; Prime Day protests; WSDOT touts high-speed rail’s promise; developers’ plans for the Lava Lounge site don’t look very ‘funky’.

7/15/19: PERSONAL TRAGEDY; NATIONAL SHAME
Jul 14th, 2019 by Clark Humphrey

An anarchist protester is shot (perhaps wanting to be) outside the ICE jail; a mild earthquake shakes things up; MS backs off from a new corporate-software pricing plan; would Rapinoe accept an Inslee cabinet post?

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