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  1. Thousands fill streets of Capitol Hill for 2018 Seattle Women's MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Before today's #SEAwomensmarch , officials think largest crowd ever hosted at Cal Anderson was last April's March for Science. Estimates? pic.twitter.com/6Yqmb4dF9C Tens of thousands of people filled the streets of Capitol Hill, stretching from Cal Anderson Park to downtown Saturday for the 2018 Seattle Women's March .

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  2. Hickey sentenced in porn scam sex assaultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The 41-year-old was sentenced Friday afternoon to 34 months in jail following his plea deal late last year to avoid trial. Hickey admitted guilt to one count of indecent liberties and three counts of assault with intent to commit indecent liberties.

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  3. Broadway-born Tacos Chukis set to join the community at 23rd and UnionRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    A taco joint with one of the humblest starts on Capitol Hill is ready for yet another Seattle expansion. The good news for fans of Tacos Chukis : This one is within walking distance.

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  4. Baking for both sides of Capitol Hill's Gluten Divide: Q&A with Toby MatasarRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    A second-generation pastry chef trained in New York and Paris who moved here in 2000, Matasar gained a loyal following running Eats Market CafA in West Seattle for a decade. Following the cafe's 2015 closure, Matasar started a new venture, the Niche Gluten Free CafA and Bakery on 12th Ave across from Seattle U , which coincided with her own transition to a paleo diet.

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  5. A good time to visit Capitol Hill's 'most strange & unique book bunker' Horizon BooksRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    What if we told you Horizon Books was still alive? We reported the 15th Ave E bookshop's closure in 2009 . Eventually, another book shop would take its place .

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  6. A Jewish deli on Capitol Hill: Pastrami, kosher hot dogs, and knishes ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    People have been pretty excited about the pending debut of a new walk-up craft bagel shop on Capitol Hill. Just wait until the summer opening of Dingfelder's Delicatessen , an "Old World" deli with plans for stacked-high corned beef and pastrami sandwiches, kosher hot dogs, knishes, smoked fish, and, yes, bagels.

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  7. Step 1: Dream up $90K Capitol Hill, First Hill, or Central District parks & streets ideaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Step 2: enjoy your improved neighborhood. The city's annual Your Voice, Your Choice process is starting up again.

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  8. Jody Hall's Goodship edibles gobbled up by pot-focused private equity firmRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Hall greeted Mayor Jenny Durkan on her tour of Capitol Hill businesses. She also handed Durkan a Goodship bag with some branded merchandise, but "no product," she promised.

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  9. Wrongful death and personal injury lawsuit filed over First Hill Streetcar bike crashesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The family of Desiree McCloud , who died in 2016 after crashing her bike on a track of the First Hill Streetcar , and a rider who survived her crash a year later at the same E Yesler trackway are joining forces to sue the City of Seattle . "The Defendant City knew there were other bicycle crashes occurring when bike tire were caught in streetcar rail grooves before DESIREE's injuries and death and SUZANNE GREENBERG's injuries," the lawsuit filed just before Christmas reads.

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  10. Belmont Ave low-income and re-entry project part of $100M in Seattle affordable housing grantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    A Belmont Ave project to create a seven-story building with 90 units for a mix of the lowest income tenants and housing for formerly incarcerated and homeless residents will be part of more than $101 million in City Hall funding announced Monday for affordable housing across Seattle. "Too many long-time residents are getting locked out and pushed out of Seattle.

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  11. Capitol Hill Historical Society | E Pine's Colman Automotive on the National RegisterRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The Colman Automotive Building entered the National Parks Service's National Register of Historic Places very recently - in 2013. It is not currently a City of Seattle Landmark, but the national listing is good enough for it to make our Landmarks Profile roundup.

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  12. Westman's Bagels and Coffee bringing 'morning culture' to E MadisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Highly anticipated Westman's Bagels and Coffee is nearly ready to serve up its first boiled and baked masterpieces with just the right amount of schmear - maybe even opening in time to enjoy a few of the final days of Chanukah. Sometimes big expectations get packed into small spaces on Capitol Hill.

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  13. Macri to introduce legislation to end state ban on rent controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    One of Capitol Hill's representatives in Olympia vowed Tuesday afternoon to rekindle the push to end Washington's ban on rent control. "We are passed time to bring this fight on for real," state Rep. Nicole Macri said Tuesday as she addressed a tenant rally and protest outside the convention center where a landlord trade show was underway inside.

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  14. Capitol Hill Historical Society | The many landmarks of Cal Anderson ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    In 1998, Cal Anderson Park was still a civic dream. As part of the process leading to the creation of Cal Anderson, Seattle Public Utilities and Seattle Parks self-nominated the existing reservoir that they hoped to lid over, the grounds around it, and Bobby Morris Playfield to the south which would also be affected.

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  15. Durkan sworn-in as Seattle's 54th 55th 56th mayorRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Jenny Durkan , Seattle's first woman to serve as mayor since 1926 - and the Pacific Northwest metropolis's first out lesbian mayor, ever - was sworn in at the start of a five-stop tour from the south of the city to its north Tuesday afternoon. Fittingly, the whole thing was planned to come to end Tuesday night with a beer - Lake City Way's Elliott Bay Public House marked the final stop.

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  16. With buyer lined up, 15th Ave's Patrick J. Sullivan House to be considered as landmarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The nearly 120-year-old house at the corner of 15th and E Olive hit the market last month just in time, we joked, for Halloween. Listed at $2.2 million, the property is also a prime candidate for redevelopment.

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  17. Love City Love, an experiment in claiming unused space for art, expands on Capitol HillRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Love City Love exists by putting empty spaces around Seattle to good use. Its latest rebirth has made use of a former Capitol Hill dry cleaners for two years.

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  18. Community crime group wants you to help form SPD's 'micro...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The East Precinct Advisor Council , a group that facilitates communication and meetings with Seattle Police representatives and the communities of Central Seattle including Capitol Hill and the Central District, are asking area residents and business owners to add their opinions to a set of surveys regarding public safety and "prevention programs" - The Public Safety Survey conducted by Seattle University is used to identify your neighborhoods priorities in the Micro Community Policing Plans . The Seattle Police Department uses the MCPP to help set their priorities.

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  19. Capitol Hill Community Post | Thisa a December,a ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Apogee - - Aerial - - Dance - - Festival - - - - - brings - - together - - innovative - - performers - - and - - instructors - - in aerial - - dance, - - dance, - - and - - circus - - arts - - from - - across - - the - - country, - - welcoming - - new - - voices - - to - - the thriving - - circus - - community - - that - - already - - exists - - in - - Seattle.

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  20. E Olive Way the next land of Capitol Hill pot opportunity as three shops line up for two spotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Three different businesses want to open a pot shop on E Olive Way between Melrose and Denny. City rules would permit two locations to open, but the third could be left out.

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