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Saturday, February 27, 2021

City Hall Scrambles to Continue its JustCARE Program for Downtown Homeless

Earlier this month, Seattle City Councilmember Andrew Lewis, who chairs the Council’s committee on homelessness, began sounding the alarm on the soon-to-expire funding for the program. This week he raised the decibel level.

Fixing the Mariners: Facing up to a Bad Case of Dry Rot

The way many people, inside of baseball and outside, see the Mariners is as a hapless loser of an organization with a toxic culture that indulges a senior executive like departed CEO Kevin Mather,

Jumping the Line: Insidious Effects of Vaccine Favoritism

Allocating vaccine according to professional, social or economic status only deepens the grievous race and class disparities we’ve already seen in deaths and other pandemic impacts.

City Hall Scrambles to Continue its JustCARE Program for Downtown Homeless

Earlier this month, Seattle City Councilmember Andrew Lewis, who chairs the Council’s committee on homelessness, began sounding the alarm on the soon-to-expire funding for the program. This week he raised the decibel level.

Seattle Parks: Where’s the Urgency?

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Given the challenge, tents everywhere in parks throughout the city, a sense of resignation was not surprising. But there are fixes and many other cities have found them.

Biden and Trudeau Agree to Rescue Porcupine Caribou Herd

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The coastal plain has been subject to a 40-year struggle. It is vital to existence of the 100,000-plus animals of the Porcupine herd, but Alaska politicians have long sought to drill in the Refuge.

Pickleball’s Seattle Origins (It’s America’s Fastest-Growing Sport)

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Wanting to play badminton one day in his Bainbridge back yard, but lacking a shuttlecock, Joel Pritchard substituted a whiffle ball and fashioned some small wooden rackets.

Cutting Costs at The Seattle Times

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In Seattle, the Times is reducing its rented space from four floors to one, but that does not reflect any cuts in personnel so much as the new hybrid work model.

Hugo House Loses its Leader Amid Landmines of ‘Decisional Equity’

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"The nonprofit sector must immediately lean away from the precedent of empowering white leaders to act on behalf of Black and Brown people. Period."
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