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Tuesday, September 16, 2014 -- 6:33 am
Seattle's new regulations leave space for densest microhousing to continue in Capitol Hill's core
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - 34 pages of legislation ( here in PDF) — plus a few possible last minute additions related to elements like defining exactly how many sinks an aPodment-style unit should have — are ready to move on from City Council as Seattle … Continue reading → Read more...
Tuesday, September 16, 2014 -- 6:30 am
By the way, Capitol Hill's The Sterling is also not a landmark
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - The Sterling — the 1950s-era 323 Bellevue Ave E apartment complex CHS called the 'anti-aPodment' for its design mimicing the privacy of a single family home environment — is not an official Seattle landmark. The Landmark Preservation Board rejected the property … Continue reading → Read more...
Monday, September 15, 2014 -- 6:17 pm
Police investigate reported Cal Anderson gunpoint robbery
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - A victim told police he was robbed at gunpoint in broad daylight in Cal Anderson Park early Monday evening despite ongoing emphasis patrols in the area. According to East Precinct radio dispatches, the victim fled to Seattle Central where he … Continue reading → Read more...
Monday, September 15, 2014 -- 2:28 pm
Wounded teen shows up at hospital as police investigate Central District gunfire incidents
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Police found more than 30 shell casings in the street near 21st and E Fir after reports of gunfire in the Central District rolled into 911 late Sunday night. As police investigated, a 16-year-old suffering from a non-life-threatening gunshot wound arrived … Continue reading → Read more...
Monday, September 15, 2014 -- 1:59 pm
With 88 performances in 5 days on Capitol Hill, Seattle Fringe Festival 2014 starts Wednesday
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - At $10 a pop, tickets to the productions in the Seattle Fringe Festival provide an excellent level of return on investment as measured by serendipity. Beginning Wednesday, the festival will roll out 88 performances by 22 producing companies in 5 Capitol … Continue reading → Read more...
Monday, September 15, 2014 -- 11:55 am
The Best Beer Gardens in Seattle
Seattle - ... bar, fireplaces, outdoor televisions and a bocce court are among the biergarten's amenities at this popular Capitol Hill restaurant and beer hall. If the weather is conducive to outdoor imbibing, expect serious competition for table space. There are ... Read more...
Monday, September 15, 2014 -- 9:51 am
In legal battle over stripped 'Bettie Page' branding, fashion chain shutters Broadway boutique -- UPDATE: 'It was the traffic'
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Broadway's old state liquor store location will again be empty. Tatyana Boutique, the Las Vegas-based women's fashion chain stripped of its right to use the Bettie Page name this summer, has suddenly closed its Capitol Hill store. A sign posted at … Continue reading → Read more...
Sunday, September 14, 2014 -- 9:46 pm
First look: Completing the overhaul of a Capitol Hill auto row building, Trove 'fourplex' debuts on E Pike
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Over the weekend, Rachel Yang finally got to see the pieces of her new food and drink puzzle come together on E Pike as the last step in the preservation-minded overhaul of one of the neighborhood's remaining auto-row buildings. Trove, … Continue reading → Read more...
Sunday, September 14, 2014 -- 6:51 pm
CHS Pics | Round and round Cal Anderson for first annual Red Door 5K
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - The first ever Red Door 5K Run/Walk to benefit Broadway at Union's Gilda's Club sent runners and walkers big and little around and around Cal Anderson on a sunny Seattle September Saturday. CHS wrote about the new fundraiser and 'red door' … Continue reading → Read more...
Sunday, September 14, 2014 -- 6:33 am
Pikes/Pines | Capitol Hill's crow commuters
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - We may have a remaining few weeks of summer, but I know better than that. September hit and there's a nip to the air, leaves are starting to fall, and the vast majority of birds have stopped singing. Territoriality is … Continue reading → Read more...
Sunday, September 14, 2014 -- 6:30 am
One year ago this week on Capitol Hill
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Here are the top CHS posts from this week in 2013: Seattle's first parklet under construction on Capitol Hill Is the Creepy Cameraman hanging out on Capitol Hill? Big Capitol Hill names behind Cone and Steiner grocery market project Stabbing … Continue reading → Read more...
Saturday, September 13, 2014 -- 3:24 pm
Rare corpse flower draws crowds in Seattle
KOMO News - ... Washington Botany Greenhouse in 2006. The Volunteer Park Conservatory is located at 1400 E Galer Street in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. It is open Tuesday-Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and there is a $4 admission charge ($2 for youth ... Read more...
Saturday, September 13, 2014 -- 6:30 am
CHS Pics | This week in Capitol Hill pictures
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - The CHS Flickr Pool contains more than 18,000 19,000 20,000 21,000 22,000 photographs -- most of Capitol Hill images, many glorious, some technically amazing. The pool is a mix of contributions from Capitol Hill -- and nearby -- shutterbugs. Interested in being part of it? If we like your photo … Continue reading → Read more...
Saturday, September 13, 2014 -- 6:29 am
Sawant 'town hall' to discuss Seattle Housing Authority proposal to raise rents
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - In June, CHS reported that, sadly, Capitol Hill's rents were continuing to soar as Seattle delayed its affordable housing plan. City Council firebrand Kshama Sawant is hosting a town hall meeting on Sunday night to re-kindle the discussion about affordability in … Continue reading → Read more...
Friday, September 12, 2014 -- 9:50 pm
Giant, smelly flower finally puts on show at Volunteer Park
Seattle Times - David Helgeson, senior gardener at the Volunteer Park Conservatory, displays on Friday the corpse flower that blooms only once every seven to 10 years and sends out a very strong odor. A look inside the huge corpse flower that has come alive at the Volunteer Park Conservatory on Capitol Hill. Read more...
Friday, September 12, 2014 -- 2:37 pm
Capitol Hill food+drink | More izakaya and ramen? Kukai Capitol Hill coming
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Earlier this year, CHS made a big deal about the nine — count ‘em! — Asian-flavored food and drink projects pending around Capitol Hill. In the time since, the Hill prepared to add a tenth with the news that Vancouver BC's Suika izakaya … Continue reading → Read more...
Friday, September 12, 2014 -- 1:16 pm
Salon Ciba (aka House of Style) closing after 28+ years on the Hill
Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter - ... they've given us for nearly 30 years. It's stronger than I realized. We just wanted to say thank you." 15th Capitol Hill Capitol Hill Housing Capitol Hill Seattle Capitol Hill Times chason gordon ciba community cut feature hair news politics riveter ... Read more...
Friday, September 12, 2014 -- 12:46 pm
Mayor announces more officers, better policing part of 2015 budget plan
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Mayor Ed Murray announced Friday that his 2015 City of Seattle budget proposals will include a boost in the number of police officers serving the city and increased spending on homeless and mental health services. But he also promised that … Continue reading → Read more...
Friday, September 12, 2014 -- 12:20 pm
Noodles, flaming woks and ice cream: Korean-themed Trove, from Revel chefs, to open in Capitol Hill
Business Journal - Chef Rachel Yang sits at the bar of her and her husband, Chef Seif Chirchi's new eatery Trove located on Capitol Hill in Seattle. Trove's bar is decorated with multimedia artwork by Electric Coffin. Read more...
Friday, September 12, 2014 -- 11:50 am
Here's how you can see a movie at SIFF Cinema Egyptian before October's grand re-opening
Capitol Hill Seattle blog - Neighborhood film lovers have already marked the weekend of October 3rd for a reunion with The Egyptian Theatre as part of SIFF's grand re-opening of the space. But there's an opportunity next week to be among the first to enjoy … Continue reading → Read more...

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