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Posts published in March 2019

Homicide in Cal Anderson: What we know so far (UPDATE)

On Wednesday, March 20 at 11:35 pm, the Seattle Police Department released a statement announcing “homicide detectives are investigating after a man was shot and killed in … [Cal Anderson] park Wednesday night” due to a “disturbance in the basketball courts.” Witness calls to 911 began a little before 10:00…

Womxn’s Future: the conversation continues

On March 7th, the Northwest Film Forum and Seattle Central’s College Activities Board co-hosted an event entitled “Womxn’s Future” in the Erickson Theatre. This is the second of NWFF and CAB’s “Future/Community Conversations” series, the first being “Black Future.” The event featured a diverse group of panelists. Creative instigator for…

Governor Inslee talks climate change, national security

On Wednesday, March 6, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee and several members of the American Security Project (ASP) non-profit participated in a panel on climate change and its effects on national security. Inslee, who recently announced his 2020 presidential run, has long been an advocate of clean energy, and while…

Another one bites the dust: Seattle Weekly goes paperless

The Seattle Weekly, formerly a weekly tribune, discontinued their run as The Stranger’s predecessor and only alternative press rival, as of March 1, 2019. The last hard copy version of the paper was printed on Wednesday, February 27th. From their humble beginnings as an alternative to mainstream Seattle newspapers, the…