Capitol Hill Newswire (Page 6)

Capitol Hill Newswire (Page 6)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Capitol Hill (Seattle, WA). (Page 6)

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  1. Tear Up the Timetable: Getting Into a Subway State-of-Mind in SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Seattle Weekly

    The primary driver of this frustration is the general unreliability of road-grade public transportation; when traffic's bad, bus traffic is bad, and benefits of public transportation over driving are diminished. But another frustration comes from the importance bus transportation puts on one-seat trips: Anyone who rides the bus in Seattle today knows that, if a bus trip requires a transfer, it can be a kiss of death, since the risk of missing your transfer and waiting another 30 minutes for the next bus is fairly high.

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  2. Pike/Pine kink shop The Crypt gets the bootRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Capitol Hill Blog

    ... be noted here, of course. Many will point at The Crypt's departure as another sign in the realm of retail that Capitol Hill is fucked. With the exit of longtimers like Edge of the Circle and the incoming of big new players , there is plenty of ...

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  3. People affected by fires need our donations | EditorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Redmond Reporter

    Over the weekend, we saw smoke from the wildfires in our state put an eerie haze over the Seattle area. It was a sobering reminder that people are suffering and need our help.

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  4. Animals Among Us | Hoppy hourRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Madison Park Times

    Rebecca Wells with her brown bunny Lucy and brown-and-white bunny Nana, during a Hoppy Hour gathering at K9 Fun Zone. Photo courtesy of Rebecca Wells Some 15 rabbit owners were undeterred by the July heat and made their way to the Seattle Rabbit Agility Club meet-up known as Hoppy Hour.

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  5. Update on the future routing of No. 11 East Madison busRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Madison Park Times

    On Aug. 20, I was informed of the final proposed routing for the No. 11 East Madison and the other buses involved in the proposed March 2016 Metro and Sound Transit changes for the light rail expansion.

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  6. Sawant, Banks shift focus to District 3 general electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Madison Park Times

    Citywide incumbent Kshama Sawant and Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle president and CEO Pamela Banks advanced from the initial five-person field in the Aug. 4 primary, as the pair battle on to represent approximately 90,000 people in Madison Park, Montlake, Capitol Hill and the Central Area. While Sawant handily won the primary tally with less than 52 percent of the vote, Banks said she was right where she wanted to be at this point in the campaign, just shy of 35 percent.

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  7. Seattle Soundings | Let the cash tsunami beginRead the original story

    Friday Aug 28 | Madison Park Times

    As results trickled in from this month's first primary electing Seattle City Council members by district, two strong trends emerged - trends that are completely mutually incompatible. The tension between them - between the citizen-powered campaigns the district system supposedly enable and the massive floods of campaign cash flowing from Seattle's newfound wealth - will be the dominant story of this fall's general election.

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  8. Food Matters | Crushed, armed, pickledRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Madison Park Times

    ... a number of taverns: Finn McCool's in the University District, the Chieftain opposite Seattle University on Capitol Hill and McGilvra's at the foot of Madison Street in Madison Park. By mid-August, Johnson and his 14-year-old son, Michael, were ...

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  9. Digging on artist Mike Winkelmann's futuristic illustrations hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Tobias S. Buckell Online

    What I love about this is the John Berkey sense of scale in these. Berkey's massive starships almost always guaranteed a purchase from me when I was browsing the used book store.

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  10. Tied up and robbed at gunpoint | Police BlotterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Renton Reporter

    An elderly woman visiting from Oregon Aug. 1 was tied up, held at gunpoint and robbed by four men in masks at a home of Stevens Avenue Southwest. The 69-year-old woman was grabbed by the men as she got out of her car at about 1:30 a.m. They tied her hands and ankles together, grabbed her from behind and held her mouth and pressed a handgun against her head.

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  11. Regional Roundup: Top 10 Stories This Week Around the Broadway World...Read the original story

    Friday Aug 28 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Regional Roundup: Top 10 Stories This Week Around the Broadway World - 8/28; WAITRESS at A.R.T., Signature's THE FIX, RING OF FIRE in Chicago and More! This week, we go around our Broadway World to feature stories in Boston, Chicago, Ireland and more. Check out our top 10 stories around our Broadway World below, which include WAITRESS at A.R.T., RING OF FIRE in Chicago, and THE FIX in Washington, DC, Boston, MA: Editor Jan Nargi reviews the World Premiere of Broadway-Bound WAITRESS at A.R.T. She says, "Mueller is a singing actress with a salt-of-the-Earth quality that works extremely well for this down-home story and country-fried score.

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  12. Reports of the smell of smoke on Capitol Hill as wildfires burn miles awayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Capitol Hill Blog

    With a summer rain storm blowing into the region from the Pacific, people were reporting an odd but familiar smell in the air on Capitol Hill Thursday night - smoke, apparently from Eastern Washington beyond the Cascades. The hood is filled with the smell of smoke, there's a fire in #CapitolHill or the #CentralDistrict :/ #Seattle #toodry #prayforrain #Seattle Called @seattlefire "We're getting calls from all over the city, and we have no idea where the #smoke is coming from."

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  13. Architecture firm chosen to design waterfront campus in SeattleRead the original story

    Friday Aug 28 | The Citizens' Voice

    Travel company Expedia Inc. has selected Wilkes-Barre-based architecture firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson to design its new 40-acre waterfront campus in Seattle. Expedia plans to relocate to the new campus from its current location in downtown Bellevue, Washington, by 2018.

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  14. Viaduct Replacement Tunnel Inches OnRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | PaintSquare

    Work on the new tunnel passing under Seattle's waterfront, part of the Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement project, has halted as the "Bertha" tunneling boring machine is returned to its pit, but the activity surrounding the project continues. KING 5 News in Seattle reported earlier this summer that work on the North Portal had continued, unaffected by Bertha's breakdown, and was about two-thirds complete.

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  15. Announcing the nominees for Crosscut's 3rd Annual Courage AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Crosscut.com

    The nominations are in! Last month, we asked you to tell us about the people in your community who are bravely standing up for what's right, and pushing us all to think harder about how we can build a better future for our region. You delivered.

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  16. Out of the Past: City officials race to eat most burgers; New...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Snoqualmie Valley Record

    The following stories happened this week, 25 and 50 years ago, as reported in the Snoqualmie Valley Record. From the Record's archives: a McDonald's will sponsor a Big Mac-eating contest to benefit the Mount Si High School Drill Team on Saturday, Aug. 25. Every burger consumed during the 10-minute event will generate $20 for the drill team.

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  17. Going up? Celebrating climbing @ new Camp Long Mountain FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | West Seattle Blog

    Long before climbing walls and other ways of heading up without going to the mountains, there was Schurman Rock . It's just one big reason Camp Long is hosting the new Mountain Fest on September 13th.

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  18. Tracing Northwest Grit Through Richard Hugo's PoetryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | KUOW-FM Seattle

    Seattle's Richard Hugo House is a literary center in a large wood-frame house, just east of Cal Anderson Park in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. The center's namesake, the late poet Richard Hugo, might be taken aback by the trendy restaurants and modern condo buildings that now vie for space in one of the city's hippest and most expensive neighborhoods.

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  19. Textron Aviation begins Latitude jet deliveriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Wichita Eagle

    Textron Aviation on Thursday announced one of the first customers to take delivery of its new Cessna Citation Latitude business jet. The Wichita-based company said in a news release it had recently delivered the Latitude to Aircraft Management Group, a Pittsburgh company that will use the midsize business jet as part of its charter operation.

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  20. Renont's Gluten Free Studios ready to make their markRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Renton Reporter

    Renton has a new video production company near the shores of Lake Washington in Gluten Free Studios, a subsidiary of Los Angeles-based Omelet, an ad agency. The firm offers a stripped-down version of full-service marketing without the fluff, but with a lot of heart and talent.

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