CHS History | The Egyptian closes, Chophouse Row debut, Capitol Cider born

Here are the top stories from this week in CHS history:


Pictures from the crowd: Seattle Pride March and Volunteer Park Pride Festival

Man shot in leg overnight at 12th/Olive

Capitol Hill Community Post | Mayor Murray, Councilmembers Herbold and Sawant unveil tax proposal for high-income households


Vigil in Cal Anderson after worst mass shooting in U.S. history at Orlando gay club

As ridership booms, economic impact of light rail on Capitol Hill a guessing game


After more than 20 years on E Pike, Edge of the Circle loses lease

‘Not one more’ — March strikes back at anti-queer violence on Capitol Hill

Broadway says goodbye to Charlie’s — UPDATE: Confirmed :(

CHS Pics | Chophouse Row grand opening


First look: The Canterbury Ale House raises its gate on 15th Ave E

Blotter | Broadway/Pine robbery victim says he was beaten because he is gay


Capitol Hill’s The Egyptian movie theater slated to close

Capitol Cider ready for picking on E Pike


Sometimes a big surprise, ‘micro-housing’ trend rolls on in Capitol Hill

No damage as pie shop hero jumps into runaway truck rolling through 12th/Madison intersection


The Good Samaritan Scammer visits Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill no longer ‘viable,’ Sonic Boom leaving Melrose Market

2016 here we come: Capitol Hill subway dig is ready to begin


Mystery plaque found in Volunteer Park: Can you help find its home?

Capitol Hill to get its own winery

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