CHS History | Seattle March for Our Lives, Capitol Hill Massacre, Cobra Lounge


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

2018

 

Seattle’s March for Our Lives fills Pine from Cal Anderson to downtown with calls for gun control and kids ready to vote


BREAKING: ‘Amante is gone and they took their flashing sign with them’

Amid U.S. expulsion, Russian diplomats given until end of April to move out of $4M Madison Park mansion

2017

 

Seattle Fire responds to reported double overdose inside Pike/Pine bar

Big bust raises tensions at Midtown Center

2016

 

Capitol Hill massacre victims unforgotten at 22nd and Republican

Petition calls for extending light rail service after bars close  

2015

 

A colorful start to Seattle’s First Hill Streetcar testing

2014

 

Color problem puts brakes on Capitol Hill apartment project — UPDATE

Capitol Hill food+drink | Tom Douglas bellies up to the Hill as part of Starbucks roastery complex

2013

 

Capitol Hill food+drink | Vostok Dumpling House to bring the comforts of Soviet Russia to Capitol Hill

Chapter 40: Elliott Bay Book Company opens up about its past, present and…

2012

 

Why is the escalator at Pike and Broadway always broken?

HG Lodge owner shutting down club to make way for sports bar — UPDATE

2011

 

Capitol Hill food+drink notes: Hope for CC’s, Poquitos debuts, 12th Ave Dawson’s Plumbing activity

Tommy Gun is ready to be Broadway Station’s neighborhood bar — 5 years early

2010

 

Inside the Cobra Lounge: Capitol Hill hookah smoking club ready to light up

2009

 

Down with Tricon Global KFC, up with Rancho Bravo

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