First Hill Info

First Hill , Washington is located in King County. Zip codes in First Hill (Seattle, WA) include 98101.

Local Charities in First Hill (Seattle, WA)


Add to MyYahoo RSS

First Hill News

Local news for First Hill (Seattle, WA) continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

3 hrs ago | Seattle Times

Your week in Seattle music: Heart, Blake Shelton and more

Also featuring a Jonas Brother trying to launch a solo career, a nostalgia-loving British psych-rock band and Spain's most accomplished bagpipes player. 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept.


6 hrs ago | Seattle Weekly

Fall Arts: Filmmaker Shaun Scott's History Lessons

Sitting for an afternoon beer at Linda's on Capitol Hill, not quite 30, Scott is brimming with charm and intelligence. He's made four low-budget films to date, and none fall into the usual indie pitfalls and clichA©s.


10 hrs ago |

The man who made Seattle a brew town

Gordon Bowker, retired founder of Starbucks and Red Hook, avoids the stress of full time work because, for him at least, "creativity requires idleness."


Tue Sep 16, 2014

Seattle Weekly

More Than a Third of Seattle's Streets Suck

What with the burgeoning number of roadways afflicted with broken, rutted, and cracked pavement or plagued with potholes the size of tiny ponds, it's likely you'll get scalded. A new Seattle Department of Transportation report has found that about 36 percent of the city's 1,574 lane miles of arterial streets were in some stage of poor condition last year-and 10.2 percent of those heavily trafficked streets were in "seriously poor or failed condition," almost triple the percentage in 2010.


The Stranger

In Food News: Hello to Trove, Buh-Bye to Belltown Billiards, and More

NEW : The 4,000-square-foot quadripartite restaurant project known as Trove just opened on Capitol Hill, brought to you by Seattle chefs Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi , who run the great Joule and Revel . Trove is on the corner of Pike and Summit, where, before it closed down last year, Brocklind's outfitted Seattle with tuxedoes and shiny shoes to match for 106 years , as well as gorilla masks, chicken suits, and fake mustaches.


The Pordland Mercury

Sweet Jayne Fashion Mixer

This past Friday, style bloggers from around Portland competed to dress their model in the best fall look from clothes at Sweet Jayne Boutique . The event was hosted by Portland Fashion Week and was chock full of models, bloggers, and fashionable Portlanders.


Queen Anne & Magnolia News

New life for NW Center building on QA

The former Northwest Center Kids building is now empty. Northwest Center has moved out, and Cascade Parent Partnership will move in next February after some remodeling.


Ballard News-Tribune

Sea Scout Fall Rendezvous at The Fall Fishermen's Festival in Seattle

The Sea Scout ships in the fleet run by the Chief Seattle Council of the Boy Scouts of America are joining the fishing boats coming home from Alaska to celebrate Fall Fishermen's Festival in Ballard on Saturday October 4th from 11 to 5pm. In addition to enjoying the activities of the fishing festival, the Sea Scout ships will participate in their Fall Rendezvous activities on the docks for all the visitors to see.


The Stranger

The Morning News: Coyote Sightings in Ballard, and What Amazon Gets for Building a Data Center

"Upon further examination I realized it was a coyote" : According to MyBallard , there have been several sightings of a creature that is not a dog and looks "well fed and not afraid." Real Housewives of Kirkland? A casting call for "20-40 year olds who made their money in Washington's booming tech center," "live in Seattle or Eastside area," and "make more money than you know how to spend."


Customer Interaction Solutions

Interplayers Professional Theatre to merge with Lake City Playhouse...

Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Sept. 16--Faced with the prospect of closing Spokane's only professional theater company, the board of directors at Interplayers instead opted to merge operations with a community theater company, Lake City Playhouse of Coeur d'Alene.


Mon Sep 15, 2014

Viewing Feed

Ballard filmmaker to make documentary about Dutch Holocaust survivor

Documentary filmmaker and Ballard resident Elke Hautala is in the process of producing a short film about the unique story of a Dutch holocaust survivor. The film is being produced by Heartstone Studios, a production company that Hautala recently started with Michael Kleven.


The Seattle Shorts Film Festival is a big deal--here's why

The 4th annual Seattle Shorts Film Festival will bring another round of outstanding short films and filmmakers to Seattle this November. Three screenings on November 15th at the SIFF Film Center will showcase the best new work of local, US, and international filmmakers.



Initiative forces action on class size

I always think of September as the actual beginning of the year. School starts, summer vacation is over, and we are all back to work.


Sun Sep 14, 2014

La Roux Axes U.s. Show

The singer is due to kick off her American trek on 19 September in Seattle, Washington, but she has now disappointed fans in Utah by calling off her planned concert in Salt Lake City on 26 September . A post on her page reads, "Due to extenuating circumstances, the 26/9 show in Salt Lake City is postponed.


West Seattle Blog

West Seattle Sunday: WS Car Show; Camp Long Mountain Fest;...

The streets are closed in the heart of The Junction for the 7th annual West Seattle Car Show - that's the live SDOT cam view looking north on California from Alaska. And that's how we start today's lineup: WEST SEATTLE CAR SHOW: Officially opens at 10 am along California SW in The Junction.


The Daily Beast

Another Mega Church ImplodesBy Warren Throckmorton

Once one of America's fastest growing churches, Seattle's Mars Hill Church, announced this week the closing of three locations and warned that another would be closed if donations fail to increase. The church also laid off around 40 of their 100 church staff , including several pastors who had expressed public disagreement with church leaders.


Fri Sep 12, 2014

Seattle Times

Giant, smelly flower finally puts on show at Volunteer Park

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.


Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Seattle open houses, Sept. 13 and 14, 2014

We'll start with 12040 Riviera Place N.E. , which features an office with a built-in desk, cabinets and shelves, high ceilings and a wall of glass. Photo: Courtesy Sue Rockwell/Windermere Real Estate The 2,880-square-foot house , built in 2006, has three bedrooms and 3.25 bathrooms on a 0.39-acre lot with a patio, deck, hot tub, 75 feet of Lake Washington waterfront and a dock.


Business Journal

Patti Payne's Coffeetalk: What are your coworkers and friends talking ...

At left, Kate Jack, turning 21 years old today, with friend Ashtyn Mann, 20, were two of more than 65 people I stopped to interview today for Patti Payne's Coffeetalk, where I show up anywhere unexpectedly and pop the question, "What are you thinking about today?" The two Millennials snapped this selfie while telling me what was on their minds, as Jack turns 21. What are you thinking about? What has you going? You never know where I'll show up to ask your thoughts.


Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

Salon Ciba (aka House of Style) closing after 28+ years on the Hill

A venerable institution on 15th Avenue for 28 years, Salon Ciba , is closing its doors. The location has been a hair salon since the 1930's, and was open 24 hours a day during World War II so that "Rosie, the proverbial Boeing riveter, could get her hair cut or curled no matter what shift she worked," according to the site.



First Hill News Video


First Hill Jobs