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  1. Prospective Seattle public bank could mean big changes for small business ownersRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Times

    The forum members discussed a system that would allow for public lending, and the creation of loans for local needs, which could be monumental for small-business abundant neighborhoods like Capitol Hill. The committee consisted of Councilmember Nick Licata, Karl Beitel of the Public Bank Project and the Roosevelt Institute, Senator Bob Hasegawa, Gwendolyn Hallsmith of the Public Banking Institute, and Thomas Keidel of the Federation of German Banks.


  2. SCC's Seattle Stand Down reaches out to local veteransRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Capitol Hill Times

    This Thursday, the Student Veterans Association at Seattle Central is partnering with over fifty nonprofit organizations to provide services to homeless and at-risk veterans in Seattle. Last year, the event assisted more than 200 male veterans.


  3. ErickaRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 29 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Even more than in summer, Discovery Park in winter is a wild and magical place. Grasses and plants, parched from summer drought, revive in time to settle under their mulch of soggy leaves.


  4. People sure love stealing cars in Seattle, especially HondasRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 22 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    It seems to me that there are two types of crimes: crimes against a person and crimes against property. So if you don't own it, and it's not your body, then a crime can't be committed against it.


  5. City announces housing affordability committee, with Capitol Hill on the agendaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    In light of rapidly increasing rents and a surge of housing construction projects throughout the city, Mayor Ed Murray and members of City Council have announced the development of an agenda to address affordability and availability of housing in Seattle by forming the "Housing Affordability and Livability Advisory Committee." The Advisory Committee is meant to seek solutions to create more available housing for people of all income levels, via community engagement and policy reform, starting with holding a series of three public meetings in the months of November and December.


  6. Chopp and Walkinshaw talk affordable housing, education, and gun controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times

    Election Day is just hours away. Voters must wade through a plethora of information before they cast their ballots, and concerns at the forefront of constituents' minds include education funding, health care, affordable housing, transit expansion and gun control.


  7. More protected bike lanes, greenways coming to the HillRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 29, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    You know that long, skinny stretch of two-way bike lane on Broadway Ave? The one protected from traffic by parked cars, free-floating curbs, and giant Smurf turds? from the Seattle Department of Transportation . Growing from a single stretch of Broadway Ave. into an impressive labyrinth of protected bike lanes and bike-friendly sidestreets, the Hill will simultaneously function as a bikable area in its own right and as a thoroughfare for cyclists traveling between the University District, South Seattle, and Downtown.


  8. The trials of LGBT crusader, Stephaun WallaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times

    Stephaun Wallace has spent most of his life working to make the world a better place for minority LGBT people in various places across the country. , in 2009, young, black MSM men accounted for 27 percent of new HIV infections in the U.S. Wallace said this is due in part to their lack of inclusion in HIV trials.


  9. 90 years of the Flemington: A retro-spectacleRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times

    In June of 2004, I spent a whole day hoofing it through Capitol Hill from one potential apartment to the next and was indifferent toward or dissatisfied with what I saw, that is, until I chanced upon The Flemington on E John St . I knew from the moment I laid eyes on it that I had found my new home, so I signed a lease on July 9th.


  10. Capitol Hill Housing launches community solar projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times

    "[The project] is a good way to support renewable energy, affordable housing, and the local economy, and it's relatively painless," Eco District director Joel Sisolak said. Despite our reputation for cloudy skies, Seattle has great potential for solar energy, with Seattle and the Northwest receiving greater solar exposure than the world's leader in solar energy, Germany.


  11. Early childhood education, transit, and gun control focus of upcoming electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Sarah Margeson, Heather Weiner, and Rep. Brady Walkinshaw at a recent Capitol Hill Community Council Meeting. Photo by Tyler Mangrum held an information session recently to help explain some of the central measures of the upcoming General Election on November 4. With an emphasis placed on the initiatives and propositions appearing on the ballot, representatives of the various measures each made their case in the hope of educating and swaying Capitol Hill voters to their side.


  12. The Seahawksa Super Bowl win is now a museum exhibitRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    On the heels of a disappointing loss to the Cowboys, it's best to rationalize it by remembering our happy memories. The Experience Music Project museum recently installed the "We Are 12" exhibit, which celebrates the Seahawks, their fans, and the road to victory, or the bike lane to victory.


  13. Lit Crawl will bring over 65 writers to 19 venues on the 23rdRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    In February, a study conducted by Central Connecticut State University showed that Seattle is the 2nd most literary city in the United States. It's no surprise that there are literary readings almost every night of the week.


  14. Get from point A to point B, ProntoRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Whether you get around central Seattle on foot or on wheels, you've probably noticed the recent, sudden appearance of racks filled with bright green bicycles at the ready. The past week saw the official launch of Pronto Cycle Share, a joint effort between public and private supporters including King County Metro Transit , Alaska Airlines and Seattle Children's Hospital .


  15. Do you know Bruce? Lee's life and legacy at new Wing Luke exhibitRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    'Lights, camera, action,' the operative word being "action," when it comes to the life of the late, great innovative actor Bruce Lee. The martial arts film icon is being remembered and honored in an innovative display that recently opened at the of the Asian Pacific American Experience.


  16. Sociopath Test PsychopathsRead the original story

    Oct 4, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    He didn't want to keep being a restaurant manager, either. So, in 1977 he, his now-wife Sue and a roommate started trying to make dulcimers in their basement.


  17. Salon Ciba (aka House of Style) closing after 28+ years on the HillRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    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.


  18. Somsiri Thai: Can it stop the curse?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 11, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times

    First of all, it's a family-owned business run by Watchathorn Pookun, the fantastically kind and friendly 21-year-old son of a Thai family that immigrated to the United States from Bangkok less than a decade ago. Second of all, it's taken over a place that people on Yelp call "the building of abandoned dreams," "a place with bad restaurant karma," and "a doomed location."


  19. "Starbucks Reserve" Roastery and Tasting Room will debut on the Hill this DecemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Starbucks Coffee is launching a new 15,000 square foot hybrid Roastery and Tasting Room cafA on Pike Street and Minor Avenue this coming winter, at the former site of Utrecht Art Supplies and Bob Byers Volvo. Originally planned for the fall, the cafA is the next move in the coffee company's efforts to keep up with its goals for growth, and eventual world domination of all things coffee.


  20. The Hill loses On 15th Video, its last video rental storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2014 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    On 15th Video, located at 400 15th Ave E, announced Sunday that it's closing after 25 years of business. Housed in the historic Fire Station 7, it was announced this past weekend that the store was no longer sustainable - in an era where online and vending machines rental services have resulted in a numerous video store closings.


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