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Jul 29, 2016

First, at 2:05, Matt Pearce, national reporter for the L.A. Times, who has covered the clashes at Tahir Square and the protests at Ferguson, describes the kind of protesting he saw outside the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. In short: things got weird. Then, at 13:41, Stranger reporter Sydney Brownstone tells the story of three more women who have accused tech journalist and former Stranger contributor Matt Hickey of rape. After that, at 20:45, we talk to Natasha Marin, a Seattle artist who created the website Reparations.me, a “social media experiment,” where people of color can request good and services that they need and other can step up to fulfill those requests. Finally, at 34:11, in an extra-special installment of the Stranger “critics pick” section, Jen Graves tells you how to prepare for the Seattle Art Fair, as well as the glut of other art events, coming up next weekend. Plus, as always, the music of Ahamefule J. Oluo. 

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