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Thursday, March 26, 2015 -- 10:26 am
Capitol Hill light rail station may save Sound Transit
Capitol Hill Times - It's not often that a major mining project goes as planned, let alone finishes early and under budget. But that's what's happening with the Capitol Hill light rail station, which is tunneling its way to a rare win for Sound Transit. Read more...
Thursday, March 26, 2015 -- 9:59 am
As Seattle task force ponders a queer youth homeless shelter on Capitol Hill, LGBTQ community center is back on the table
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Having lived on the streets as a queer youth, Jackie Sandberg says she's all too familiar with the hate crimes inflicted on the city's disproportionately LGBTQ homeless population. Unfortunately, Sandberg says the situation isn't much better when she and others seek refuge … Continue reading → Read more...
Thursday, March 26, 2015 -- 7:03 am
A decade of coffee for Fuel, just the start for one of Capitol Hill's busiest food+drink entrepreneurs
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - It was a tough sell for Dani Cone ten years ago when she planned to open a coffee shop in a city already flooded with them. "This was not my most novel idea," Cone said sitting in Fuel on 19th Ave E. Novel … Continue reading → Read more...
Thursday, March 26, 2015 -- 7:00 am
On the List | Jackson Street Jazz Walk, APRIL Fest, Moisture Fest, Comicon events, Polish Home Spring Bazaar
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - The weekend around Capitol Hill and Central Seattle is highlighted by two awesome grassroots festivals that honor the area's literary and musical traditions. Saturday, you're invited to the Jackson Street Jazz Walk: On Saturday, March 28, from 4 pm to … Continue reading → Read more...
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 -- 4:19 pm
CHS Pics | Standard Brewing celebrates two years of award-winning beer at 25th and Jackson
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Coffee isn't the only manufacturing industry left in Central Seattle. We also make fantastic beer. The Central District's Standard Brewing celebrated its second anniversary at 25th and Jackson last Friday. Sorry, but its batch of 2nd Anniversary Ale is long … Continue reading → Read more...
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 -- 3:43 pm
No injuries, no arrests as SPD investigating another Central District gun battle -- UPDATE
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - (Images: Casey Jaywork) Seattle Police are investigating another chaotic gunfight in the Central District after reports of shots fired Wednesday afternoon. SPD says the incident stemmed from a car collision. The shots rang out in quick succession at the corner of 26th … Continue reading → Read more...
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 -- 1:30 pm
Capitol Hill Garage Sale Day 2015 is... Sunday, August 9th
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Speaking of one person's trash as another person's come-up, we have a big announcement about this year's Capitol Hill Garage Sale Day. Last year's move into Cal Anderson went swell! After lots of feedback, CHS and the Cal Anderson Park Alliance have decided … Continue reading → Read more...
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 -- 10:42 am
23rd Ave builds up with second big project at Union, 'missing tooth' building at Madison
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - The next wave in a tide of change around 23rd and Union will take shape Wednesday night as another mixed-use development planned for the intersection takes its first bow in the Seattle design review process. Meanwhile, the board will also take what … Continue reading → Read more...
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 -- 10:00 am
At Large in Ballard: The New Italians
Ballard News-Tribune - ... want to be able to circulate again. Inspired by a lending library when Gelateria Ambrosia had a location on Capitol Hill, a growing group of volunteers began envisioning a meeting point for all existing Italian organizations, schools and businesses. ... Read more...
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 -- 7:03 am
Lifelong Thrift brings vintage Capitol Hill to new Broadway store
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - It fits like a hand in a glove. A second-hand glove. Lifelong Thrift is set to open on Broadway Wednesday morning bringing a most Capitol Hill next chapter to the former space home to Red Light Vintage. 'I feel like we're a part … Continue reading → Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 8:21 pm
15 years, 10 leaders: New East Precinct commander a familiar face
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Capt. Paul McDonagh is back in command of the East Precinct. A major shuffle of Seattle Police Department brass is set to be announced with the former commander resuming the post he held for two and a half years into 2009 — … Continue reading → Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 4:24 pm
Capitol Hill developer pleads not guilty in Chelan tree poisoning attempt
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Alleged Chelan tree murderer and Capitol Hill real estate developer Ted Schroth has pleaded not guilty to a charge of first degree malicious mischief in an October salt attack on 123 trees neighboring The Lookout, Schroth's Chelan, WA-located "lakeside village" development. Schroth … Continue reading → Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 2:54 pm
Car dealerships' moves clear way for major downtown Seattle projects
Business Journal - ... to relocate from Seattle's core to South Seattle. Two dealerships, Mercedes-Benz and BMW, moved from the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Mercedes moved less than a year ago to a site across the street from the new, $50 million Honda and Toyota building. ... Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 12:06 pm
Capitol Hill food+drink | Gnocchi Bar ready to stick at 12th and Pine
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Lisa Nakamura is ready to make a food and drink venture succeed at 12th and Pine and she's going to work to make it happen. The prolific restauranteur was already pondering changes before her new Gnocchi Bar served its first dish … Continue reading → Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 12:02 pm
CHS Community Post | EastPac meets this Thursday
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Has your street organized a Block Watch? Did you know that the Block Watch framework is a great way to keep your neighborhood safe? Yes, we do have online communications through Next Door and Facebook, but why not start your … Continue reading → Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 7:03 am
Vivace creating Broadway roasting facility
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Espresso Vivace owner David Schomer knows as well as anyone that Capitol Hill's upheaval can threaten even the most established neighborhood businesses. In 2008 Vivace had to move into the Brix building when its longtime Broadway home was torn down to … Continue reading → Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 7:00 am
City Council Notes | First Hill 'prototype parks,' smart meters, 'No Construction Parking' signs in Pike/Pine
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Here's a look at this week's Capitol Hill-centric highlights from the Seattle City Council's chambers: First Hill Public Realm report: The council's transportation committee will hear an update on a program to create more public spaces in the densely-packed First Hill … Continue reading → Read more...
Monday, March 23, 2015 -- 3:10 pm
CHS Video | Miller Park cherry blossom petal storm
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Cherry blossom petal storm #Seattle #Video A video posted by @gujavarty on Mar 21, 2015 at 9:15am PDT Thanks to past CHS contributor Shalini Gujavarty for sharing this video of a springtime scene in the Miller Park neighborhood. Read more...
Monday, March 23, 2015 -- 1:25 pm
Joe Buckets busted for Pike/Pine street noise
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - While local businesses are making calls for increased police patrols and the city is putting up money to study a pedestrian-only block of the neighborhood, maybe it's also time to consider a busking permit program in Pike/Pine. Especially if Joe the … Continue reading → Read more...
Monday, March 23, 2015 -- 12:02 pm
Hey Pike/Pine, any advice for expanding 'Conservation Districts' to the rest of Seattle?
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Before his impending retirement from the Seattle City Council, Tom Rasmussen is leading an effort to extend one of his signature pieces of legislation to the rest of Seattle. We figured that those of you who have lived and loved … Continue reading → Read more...

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