Frustrated by the lack of local, state, and federal action to address the climate emergency, in 2019 a group of local activists set out to create tangible change.
Posts published in “Issue: January 2022”
After the year we just had, asking readers where they find light may sound like a maddening and unanswerable Zen koan. And honestly, given our species’ epic capacity for self-delusion and antipathy, abandoning a trope as shopworn as darkness giving way to light seems justifiable.
Media Island’s low-power radio station KOWA is no more. No turning the dial to 106.5 and getting an earful of great Pacifica Radio programs. Years ago, when the operators at Media Island had problems with their transmitter, they moved it from Black Hills into town. They never found a suitable…
You could tell the independent oil men by their pinkie rings. The Big Oil guys wore expensive brown suits and conservative ties.
One month after Governor Inslee lifted the Eviction Moratorium on October 31, 2021, only 12 cases were filed in Thurston Superior Court. This is less than the number of cases filed in October when the moratorium was in effect.