Capitol Hill Newswire (Page 2)

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Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Capitol Hill (Seattle, WA). (Page 2)

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  1. Brewing a success story - Mon, 06 Jul 2015 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Spokesman-Review

    In her grief, Boggs picked up her guitar. It was like being reunited with an old friend.


  2. Happening nearby: Artfully Edmonds previews West Africa Cultural Heritage celebrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | My Edmonds

    Saturday, July 25 7-10 pm Shorewood High School Performing Arts Center 17300 Fremont Ave N Shoreline Cultural Heritage 2015 This month a vibrant and unique celebration featuring extravagant dance performances and music representing the cultures of West Africa will take place in nearby Shoreline. According to Kobby Adjel, event coordinator for Cultural Heritage 2015 the unique-to-the-Northwest celebration will include an African Chief Installation and Procession process.


  3. West Seattle 4th of July aftermath: The mess left behindRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | West Seattle Blog

    Still a few hours of light left so if you haven't been out patroling your neighborhood, and/or your nearest park, consider this: When my kiddo was little, I used to say "In this town, what's on the ground is swept into the Sound." So if you see bits and pieces of the things that went bang, pop, and KABOOM on your block, please consider sweeping them up.


  4. DirectoryRead the original story

    Yesterday | Seattle Press

    A leading music school in Washington State, The Academy of Music Northwest provides different levels of rigorous college-prep music classes and extensive performance opportunities for talented young musicians between the ages of 4 -18. Day and night our luxury service connects all of Bellevue, Seattle, and Tacoma.


  5. US football fans issue warning to Japan: 'It's our time'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    CHICAGO: Scores of football fans, waving the American flag and wearing red, white and blue normally worn during July 4 cookouts, attended viewing parties across the nation for the women's World Cup final between the United States and Japan on Sunday. The game in Vancouver is a grudge match of sorts, since Japan won the 2011 World Cup over the Americans on penalty kicks after a 2-2 draw.


  6. Bellinghama s Orchard Terrace a historic a jewelaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Bellingham Herald

    A cluster of apartments on land with deep roots in Bellingham's past has been recognized as historic in its own right. Orchard Terrace Apartments, at 901 N. Forest St., has been added to the Washington Heritage Register and could soon be added to the National Register of Historic Places.


  7. Poll: Seattleites DONE with 90 degree heatRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    It doesn't matter if it's a "dry heat" or that it might be even 15 degrees hotter somewhere else, as Seattle swelters to its record-tying fifth day in a row at 90 degrees or warmer on Sunday, a vast majority of Seattleites say they've had enough. Seattle has been in the midst of a nearly year-and-a-half long warm spell, but it's been taken to the next level of late, with not only the hottest June on record by far but now July has started and we have yet to have a day under 90 degrees.


  8. Tonight in Music: Toe, Good Cheer Comp Release, Trans Am & MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Pordland Mercury

    TOE, STARRO It's rare for Japanese band Toe to make their way Stateside, so when they do, you don't want to miss it. With a new album, Hear You , on deck for later this month, Toe's hypnotic, mathy rock is propelled by irresistible rhythm and an impressionistic approach to composition.


  9. Back at work: Congress facing busy agenda, funding deadlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | KTEN-TV Denison

    ... - In this June 25, 2015, file photo, House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington. Members of Congress return from July 4 fireworks and parades on July 7, fa... (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File). FILE - ... 9 comments

  10. SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of people attend annual 4th of July Parade in West SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | West Seattle Herald

    The annual 4th of July parade kicked off to a great start under bright sunny skies on Saturday, July 4, 2015. Hundreds of people from all over the area showed up in style sporting Red, White, and Blue, even pets came all dressed up.


  11. West Seattle 4th of July 2015: What you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | West Seattle Blog

    Again this year, we have your 4th of July info all in one place - the West Seattle 4th of July page . That includes the 10 am Kids' Parade and noon Log House Museum picnic , plus today's transit changes, and a few notes about watching fireworks tonight.


  12. Newbies ready to test tough track at Wild BillRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | The Madison Courier

    NEW TO WILD BILL: U-100 driver Kevin Eacret spent Friday afternoon working on that boat in preparation for this weekend's Indiana Governor's Cup. U-18 Bucket List Racing owner/driver Kelly Stocklin was all smiles while making his first trip to Madison.


  13. Summer is sizzling: Heat records fall across US WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | Cybercast News Service

    From Seattle to Salt Lake City, the West is baking under record heat. Temperatures reaching the triple digits have made fire conditions extreme and sent folks looking for relief heading into the Fourth of July weekend.


  14. Walk for Rice - Bringing community together to fight hunger for 25 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | Northwest Asian Weekly

    Over a thousand community members came together on Saturday, June 27 for the annual Asian Counseling and Referral Service Walk for Rice, benefiting the ACRS Food Bank. Every year, the Walk draws approximately 1,000 community members who become fundraisers and take part in a community event featuring cultural celebrations and a 2.5 mile walk/run around Seattle's Seward Park.


  15. City NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2013 | North Seattle Herald Outlook

    A young volunteer packs HIP packs at the Hunger Interventions Program monthly packing party. Photo by Craig P. Stehling/Momentum Imagery Each month, volunteers ages 3 to 90 go to the Hunger Intervention Program to pack bags of food for local children in need.


  16. Abandoned seal pup 'Little Dipper' rescued from West Seattle beach, now in wildlife rehabRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | West Seattle Blog

    When you're out on the shore this holiday weekend, be mindful of the creatures with whom we share it, those that can't speak for themselves. Robin Lindsey from Seal Sitters Marine Mammal Stranding Network shares the story of "Little Dipper" the rescued seal pup: Harbor-seal-pupping season is now underway in South Puget Sound, as well as the outer coast beaches and other inland waters.


  17. A big crook, the Kennedys and more! The lurid tale of Seattle's Dave Beck and the Teamsters unionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | Seattle Times

    Dave Beck talks to the media after serving 2 years at McNeil Island Penitentiary. Beck, the powerful Teamsters president from 1952 to 1957, was convicted on a state charge of grand larceny and federal income-tax evasion.


  18. Before Seafair, there were Potlatch festivities; see opening day in 1911Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | Seattle Times

    THEN: From boxcars and rooftops to the planks of Railroad Avenue, excitement builds for the ceremonial re-enactment of the S.S. Portland's 1897 landing with its "ton of gold" on the Seattle waterfront, during the city's first Golden Potlatch celebration in 1911. NOW: The Maritime Building on the left survives a century later, but the Alaskan Way Viaduct "has seen better days" and prepares now for its razing.


  19. Queen Anne fire sparked by electrical fault; $3 million lossRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | KOMO News

    A fire that swept through an apartment building atop Queen Anne Hill on Thursday evening was accidental, sparked by an electrical malfunction that started in the attic, Seattle Fire Department officials said Friday. The blaze caused an estimated $3 million in damage, the officials said.


  20. Featured pop concert: Mudhoney hits Union TransferRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 |

    Amid Soundgarden reunions, TV appearances by Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, and the constant hype around Nirvana - and, by extension, everything Dave Grohl does via the Foo Fighters, documentary filmmaking, and comic bits on the coming FX series Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll - you could miss another classic band out of Seattle: Mudhoney. Formed in 1988, singer/instrumentalist Mark Arm's Mudhoney lighted the way for the aforementioned acts, with a primordial garage-punk feel and sludgy heavy-metal sound.


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