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  1. What to expect when The Egyptian's cleaned-up curtain rises following 25-year SIFF intermissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Capitol Hill Blog

    Not two years after Landmark Theaters shut the doors on the historic Egyptian Theatre , the Seattle International Film Festival will present a re-boot of the much-loved Capitol Hill movie venue. SIFF will re-open the newly renovated 99-year-old building at 801 E Pine this week for program members and follow that with a weekend-long celebration of the theater's past, future and its place in Seattle.

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  2. On the List | AIDS walk, Local Sightings film fest, last ride on the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Autumn has arrived but there's only a low chance of rain this weekend-which is a Good Thing, because Much Stuff is happening right outside your door. The Local Sightings Film Festival at Northwest Film Forum opens on Thursday and runs through next Saturday, October 4th.

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  3. In big week for Capitol Hill film, Local Sightings festival returns for 17th yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Regional filmmakers will again flock to Capitol Hill as the Northwest Film Forum opens the Local Sightings Film Festival Thursday night. "It's definitely one of the tentpoles of the year," program manager Courtney Sheehan said.

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  4. Reps say Somali and East African communities unfairly targeted in Capitol Hill crackdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 22 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Responding to a letter first reported by CHS, representatives of Seattle's Somali and East African communities have called on Mayor Ed Murray for "a [thorough] investigation" of a rash of robberies and street crime in the Pike/Pine neighborhood and asked the mayor to consider more than "the voice of just one group of citizens." "We hereby express our strong belief that these crimes are the work of a tiny number of misdirected youth, and fear they will result in the indiscriminate profiling law abiding Somali citizens of Seattle," a portion of the letter reads.

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  5. CHS Schemata | The Capitol Hill architectural assembly of Seattle PrepRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 21 | Capitol Hill Blog

    For a number of reasons, campuses merit special attention from the fan of architecture, including how - in a concise venue - differing design approaches can be observed. The earliest academic campuses include those of the medieval universities in northern Italy and in England, with Cambridge and Oxford setting the strongest precedents for what has become known as collegiate Gothic.

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  6. CHS Crow | Alice, Terrell and Anna - 'Be safe, have a great night.'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 20 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The CHS Crow made it to a few Capitol Hill Art Walk stops on a seasonable second Thursday last week and met a rugby player and medical professional with words for the nightlife crowd who came out to see Kathyrn Lien 's exhibit at Blindfold Gallery , a home-grown hair stylist getting energized by David Robertson paintings at True Love and a physical therapist with thoughts about Capitol Hill development trends checking out Peaces by Lauren jewelry at Vermillion . Mingle mingle! Tell me about yourself.

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  7. The Mayor of Miller Park walks against brain cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Serving as both a fundraiser and a public show of support, the 7th annual Brain Cancer Walk and fundraiser will take place this Saturday September 20th at 1:00 PM starting outside of the Fisher Pavilion in Seattle Center. Joining the event again in 2014 is Andrew Taylor , a community organizer in the Miller Park neighborhood, former Chair of the East District Council , and researcher of human cell damage at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center whose wife recently passed away due to brain cancer.

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  8. On the List | PARK(ing) Day 2014, Hugo House lit series, Fringe Fest, Volunteer Park work partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The international event PARK Day is Friday 9am - 3pm and Capitol Hill will feature a cluster of pop-up parks. On the Hill you can tour a greenhouse, take a photo with string art, lounge, learn about having a neighborhood tool library, watch short films, and more.

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  9. Wounded teen shows up at hospital as police investigate Central District gunfire incidentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | Capitol Hill 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 at Harborview.

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  10. First look: Completing the overhaul of a Capitol Hill auto row...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 13 | Capitol Hill 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 , a gastronomical "fourplex" of concepts, brings the couple and the teams behind Seattle favorites Revel and Joule to Capitol Hill for the partnership's first foray in the neighborhood's booming nightlife economy.

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  11. Pikes/Pines | Capitol Hill's crow commutersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 13 | Capitol Hill 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.

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  12. Gay Games medalists, casual butterfliers part of Capitol Hill's Orca Swim TeamRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Settling into a bonus lap or three after one of the hottest Seattle summers, you might be looking for a cooler Capitol Hill workout. Join the Orca Swim Team .

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  13. On the List | Capitol Hill Art Walk, Fall Plant Sale, Gilda's 5k...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Start your weekend with the Capitol Hill Art Walk on Thursday. Pick from more than 30 venues, or try to hit them all.

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  14. Montlake, here are the plans for your 520 'short lid,' new Portage Bay BridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Capitol Hill Blog

    It's all 520 to you and me but WSDOT has tackled the replacement of the highway's path from I-5 and Montlake across Lake Washington to the Eastside in segments as it coordinates construction schedules with Olympia's wrangling over transportation budgets. Thursday, neighbors in Montlake will get their first public views of the latest plans for the as-of-yet unfunded "new Portage Bay Bridge between I-5 and Montlake, a highway overpass lid in Montlake, and enhanced highway-corridor connections to neighborhoods and local shared-use paths for bicyclists and pedestrians."

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  15. With eye on 2016 Capitol Hill light rail, plans readied to integrate Metro, Sound Transit serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Capitol Hill Blog

    King County Executive Dow Constantine will be at the University of Washington light rail station construction site Wednesday afternoon to announce the "initial results" of planning "to integrate services provided by the region's two largest transit agencies" - King County's Metro and Sound Transit . "It is essential for transit agencies with overlapping jurisdictions to fully integrate their services, and provide them to the public as efficiently as possible," Constantine said in a statement on the planning earlier this summer following his executive order forcing the process .

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  16. Residents face more than hiked rents after $73.9 million purchase of First Hill apartment towerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 8 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Central Seattle tenants already know what is coming these days when a new company buys their building on Capitol Hill, in the Central District, or on First Hill. But before the rents get jacked up at First Hill's Panorama House , a 52-year-old, 19-story, concrete highrise on University just east of Boren, the building's owners are taking things one step farther.

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  17. SPD takes on Pike/Pine street crime with gang units, possible East Precinct changesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 5 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole came to Capitol Hill Friday afternoon to hear concerns from the local business and nightlife community about the annual spike in street crime around Pike/Pine - and to announce that SPD is putting increased resources on the streets of the neighborhood beginning Friday night. The announcements ranged from short terms fixes to long terms plans and set the groundwork for what could be significant changes in the way Central Seattle is policed.

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  18. Broadway bikeway - now serving 600+ trips a day - will help shape a safer 2nd AveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 5 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Friday evening, a memorial ride and walk is planned to honor Sher Kung , the 31-year-old woman who died last week after being hit by a truck as she biked on the dangerous 2nd Ave in downtown Seattle. According to a city bike planner, learnings from Capitol Hill's Broadway bikeway - currently serving more than 600 trips a day - will help make 2nd Ave a safer street for everybody.

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  19. On the List | Velocity Dance fall showcase, 15th Ave Sidewalk Fest, Cider Summit, Cuff car washRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 4 | Capitol Hill Blog

    We know public school started this week but the official first day of fall isn't until September 23rd, so keep your Capitol Hill summer going. Velocity Dance Center kicks off its season with dance showcases on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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  20. Will Capitol Hill's new stock of luxury apartments one day become luxury condos?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 3 | Capitol Hill Blog

    "Condo Hill" is a term that seems to be popping up with increased regularity in reaction to the rapid construction of new, high-end buildings on Capitol Hill .

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