CHS History | Capitol Club closure, Brian Fairbrother memorial, last video rental shop on Capitol Hill’s final days


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

2018

 

Surprise closure adds to the secrets at Capitol Hill’s By the Pound — UPDATE


In face of $40M suit, Sawant plans ‘Save the Showbox’ concert at Seattle City Hall

2017

 

Police track stolen phone across city after Capitol Hill gunpoint robbery

2016

 

Area 51, providing excellent window shopping for 17 years, cuts back prior to ‘building re-tenanting’

Capitol Hill poised for a condo comeback amid rising prices

2015

 

Capitol Hill food+drink | Fat’s brings new soul to the old Catfish Corner

Man stuck between buildings rescued on 12th Ave

2014

 

The last video rental shop on Capitol Hill has closed

Seattle Fire battles two-alarm Bellevue Ave E apartment building fire — UPDATE: ‘improperly discarded smoking materials’

Yup, that new iPhone 6 will also get you robbed in Pike/Pine

2013

 

Broadway Subway worker who participated in fast food strike wants job back

CHS Pics | Sir Mix-a-Lot and crew drop a happy 60th birthday on Dick’s Broadway

Was Capitol Club, will be Capitol Hill Bauhaus… temporarily

2012

 

Police release composite sketch of Yancy Noll murder suspect

CHS Pics | First look inside Q, Broadway’s new nightclub

2011

 

Capitol Hill street a movie set for big ’21 and Over’ stunt scene

Reminder | Wear orange, bring flowers, twine — UPDATE: Pictures, remembrances

2010

 

Demolition of Belmont ‘biohazard’ house expected next week

12th Ave mystery restaurant replacing Dawson Plumbing after 74 years on Capitol Hill

2009

 

Why Saturday’s design charrette is so important

Hot rod burns outside Pony on Madison

2008

 

Dick’s closed for construction

Automated toilet now hole in ground

 

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