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  1. Following red tape, minimum wage battles, Good Citizen opens on E Olive WayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    After two years of battling red tape - and the city's move to a $15 minimum wage - Andrew Friedman quietly opened his Good Citizen bar Friday night. "It's designed to look like someone's housea really comfortable and nice," Friedman told CHS about the transformation of the former E Olive Way coffee shop a year ago as he made plans for a March 2014 debut for the bar.

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  2. On the List | Magmafest, Northwest Regional Science Olympiad, Search...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    February is done. It's already time for March. The spanning weekend is full of things to do on and around Capitol Hill including the start of a month-long music fest, a spirituality and book festival, a community meeting on public safety, and a birthday celebration.

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  3. Capitol Hill chiropractic entrepreneurs hope new sports rehab clinic will keep E Olive Way runningRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The new Capitol Hill will have high performance sport trainers to help you achieve your physical best - and Velocity Sports Rehab for when you break down. "Up here, a lot of people walk and runa and are into fitness and health.

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  4. Hundreds rally at Seattle U in union fightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Students, faculty, and staff walked out of Seattle University buildings Wednesday afternoon to support an ongoing effort by adjunct and part-time faculty to unionize. The demonstration was part of the National Adjunct Walkout Day , and comes as some Seattle U non-tenured faculty members continue their fight with the university administration to form a union.

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  5. Company's new Capitol Hill headquarters will be bike shop + training facility + cafeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The E Union backside of Pike/Pine will continue its rapid transformation as a one of a kind bicycling and athlete training center and retailer makes plans to open its ambitious new headquarters on the street. Construction is gearing up to begin on the new Herriott Sports Performance facility in the 4,400 square-foot former E Union home of Lifelong Thrift .

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  6. CHS Schemata | Bellevue, Bellevue, and Bellevue - Part 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The first tour of the northwest corner of Capitol Hill focused on the distant and rich landscape views that the area proximate to Bellevue, Bellevue, and Bellevue provides. In Part 2, the focus will be on this area's more intimate landscapes which are shaped by both its geography and culture.

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  7. Faces of Capitol Hill | Joe the street drummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | Capitol Hill Blog

    I was made aware of police responding to a disturbance at 10th and E Pike Monday night and decided to to get a closer look for myself. One never knows what kinds of photo ops lurk in Capitol Hill's famed nightlife area.

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  8. Uncle Ike's owner snatches up 15th Ave E property sought by tok pot shop ownerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Samuel Burke was well on his way to opening Capitol Hill's first retail marijuana shop this spring, but a curveball from a surprising source is putting his plans on hold. Late last month, Uncle Ike's owner Ian Eisenberg bought the 15th Ave E and E Republican building where Burke has been planning to open tA k .

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  9. State of the City 2015: Capitol Hill highlights and full textRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Mayor Ed Murray presented his second State of the City Tuesday afternoon in the City Council chambers calling Seattle "as strong, vibrant and innovative as any city in the country" and reminding citizens of his administration's first-year victories - and second-year challenges ahead.

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  10. Neon Taco: Nacho Borracho's new partnership takes Broadway bar food to new levelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Past sugar skulls on Broadway, hanging red pepper lights and under a glowing yellow sign sits the aptly named Neon Taco . "The idea is we're doing Mexican street food while having a symbiotic restaurant-bar relationship," chef and owner Monica Dimas tells CHS.

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  11. Chophouse Row lines up mobile tech company Glympse for Pike/Pine marketplace + office developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Tech backlash or no, startups have and will continue to make Capitol Hill their home. One new building preparing to open in Pike/Pine appears to have landed exactly what its developer was looking for in creating a mixed-use project just off E Pike with a focus on office space, not apartments.

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  12. With a Valentine's gift for Monsoon, this artist is covering the walls of Capitol Hill food+drinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    A Capitol Hill artist has quietly made her mark inside bars and restaurants across the neighborhood. And she is already finishing her next piece, ready to claim yet another Capitol Hill food and drink wall.

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  13. Revival fashions vintage opportunity from tiny store above BroadwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | Capitol Hill Blog

    As Red Light Vintage prepares for one last liquidation sale on Broadway before leaving its space and making way for Lifelong Thrift , another source of recycled fashion and style is settling into Capitol Hill. Nestled atop Jai Thai on the western corner of Thomas and Broadway is Revival , a "one-stop-shop" boutique offering to buy, sell, and trade an array of items such as clothes, furniture, home accessories, and and jewelry.

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  14. Experiment on your lovesick heart, keep Capitol Hill's art pulse...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The In NW Arts collective has organized a show exploring the suffering and sorrow of lost love from a more creative and scientific-al perspective. Open on Thursday February 11th and Saturday the 14th, Valentine's day, the two-part exposA of local Seattle art is dubbed the Heartbreak Science Fair .

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  15. City Council Notes | Renters advocate enters race, city forming Seattle Transit Advisory BoardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 10 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Tenants Union director seeks at-large seat: The director of the Tenants Union of Washington State announced Tuesday he is entering the race for one of the City Council's two at-large positions. Here's Jon Grant : "We need bold leadership on City Council if we are going to successfully advance the effort to eliminate economic inequality.

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  16. With more kids on the way in Central Seattle, schools readying Capitol Hill, CD construction projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 8 | Capitol Hill Blog

    As Central Seattle's population jump continues, Seattle Public Schools is trying to keep pace with the resulting projected increases in student enrollment via renovations to pre-existing facilities as well as construction and property acquisitions for entirely new schools. Projects slated to transform buildings on Capitol Hill and in the Central District are moving forward - despite a few obstacles - meaning in coming years the Hill will have a middle school again and the one-of-a-kind World School will have an overhauled new E Union campus.

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  17. Re:Take: What to call Capitol Hill when you arrive in 1885Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 8 | Capitol Hill Blog

    This is it. 2015. The year Marty McFly goes back to the future. Hoverboards, flying cars, compression suits.

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  18. Faces of Capitol Hill | LukeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2015 | Capitol Hill Blog

    I've known Luke for about five years now and have come to appreciate his quiet demeanor. He often stands out from the hustle and bustle of Broadway because of his shy nature.

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  19. How do we reform the SPD?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 6 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Saturday will bring yet another protest against the Seattle Police Department to Capitol Hill. The promises of change at City Hall continue.

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  20. Capitol Hill's vacuum repairman says goodbye to his 50-year-old family businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2015 | Capitol Hill Blog

    On a recent afternoon, a customer picking up his vacuum from Capitol Hill's Central Vacuum Service was relieved to find he had $40 in his pocket. The man wanted to pay for his $36 repair with a credit card, but Central Vacuum has been cash only since it opened in 1959.

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