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Data provided by the Capitol Hill Coalition at one City Council hearing illustrated the "tsunami" of microhousing hitting the city Powered by a set of community meetings to discuss the issue, members of the City Council have sent a set of "amendment requests" to the Department of Planning and Development as City Hall works to change the rules by ... (more) Comment?
What is known today as Capitol Hill's Seattle Central Community College was once the first high school in Seattle. Comment?
A group is planning to take to the streets of Capitol Hill Wednesday night to recruit local businesses into a new "block watch" and raise awareness of crime issues in the neighborhood: CAPITOL HILL ANTI-CRIME/VIOLENCE MARCH & RALLY Join Social Outreach Seattle for a peaceful march and rally to call for an end to violence and crime on Capitol Hill. Comment?
The mayor declared Monday, May 20th Capitol Hill Housing day in Seattle as the non-profit developer was announced as a recipient of a $150,000 grant for its 12th Ave Arts project currently under construction at the former site of the East Precinct parking lot. Comment?
As one LGTBQ group prepares for a Wednesday night march and rally to launch a new "block watch" program on Capitol Hill , someone else has taken to the utility poles of the neighborhood to spread a much different message. Comment?
Though there are no datasets released yet that suggests it is working, the Seattle Police Department is rolling out "predictive policing" software it has been testing in the East Precinct to alert officers to areas of the Hill "to forecast potential areas where property crimes like burglary, car prowling and theft might occur." According to SPD, ... (more) Comment?
Gathering Bones is an image based work exploring themes of internal personal power, feminism and femininity through dance, music and art. Comment?
As you head over to the Broadway Farmers Market this Sunday, make sure to save room for Orale Chamo, a new Mexican/ Venezuelan hybrid food stand so authentic its owners tracked down the same flour they grew up with in their home countries to make their creations here in Seattle. Comment?
A revival of the Q-Patrol is not the answer. A Capitol Hill-based group with hopes of citywide influence next week is holding a rally and march to push back on what they see as a rise in crime in the neighborhood and a growing sense that streets like Broadway, Pike and Pine are unsafe at night. Comment?
It's probably not a giant surprise. The businesses along the stretch of E Pine between Bellevue and Melrose will either need to fold or move on. Comment?
The East Design Review Board put the final touches on the public process Wednesday night surrounding the planned multi-million project to transform E Pine between Melrose and Bellevue into an eight-story, 180-unit apartment, restaurant and retail development. Comment?
As the causes and the community around being LGBTQ in Seattle continue to change, grow and expand, the 7th annual Seattle PrideFest is prepping for its biggest year yet - including even more fun and celebration on Capitol Hill. Comment?
After a whirlwind week in which yet another super-hyped addition to the Capitol Hill food+drink scene made its debut - yes, I'm talking to you, Lost Lake - it's good to remember that the restaurant economy in the neighborhood is also built on zero hype players that sometimes benefit from the high-buzz ventures that come and go before them. Comment?
Seattle mayoral candidate Ed Murray used a Capitol Hill boost to make a big jump this weekend in fundraising efforts in his race for City Hall. Comment?
She has lived in Seattle since the 80's. We talked about what buildings have changed on 15th since back then and how excited we both are that Ada's is restoring the old house across the street from where this photo was taken. Comment?
With legalization, comes legitimization. One of the scheduled speakers at the annual Cannabis Freedom Rally and March starting at Volunteer Park on Saturday is acting Seattle Chief of Police Jim Pugel : The annual Cannabis Freedom March will feature interim Seattle police chief Jim Pugel. Comment?
A proposal to rename a 0.7 mile stretch of 19th Ave and 19th Ave E to honor a longtime leader of the Mt. Comment?
With goal to both preserve and grow, effort begins to create a Capitol Hill cultural district - that actually does something What if, in exchange for preserving a popular neighborhood graffiti wall or including a theater or gallery space in their plans, developers were allowed to build an extra floor of apartments? "It could be a lot of different ... (more) Comment?
As springtime has most definitely arrived, so has Translations , the Seattle transgender film festival. Comment?
CHS visited the new Lost Lake as construction crews and staff rushed to prepare for a Tuesday night preview party At some point Tuesday, the kitchen crew, wait staff and bartenders of Lost Lake Cafe may have enjoyed a quiet moment before they never stop working - again. Comment?