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CHS Year in Review 2014 | 10 most-commented posts: pot, Whole Foods, graffiti, more

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CHS’s most prolific 2014 commenters

CHS Top 10 Most-Commented Posts of 2014

  1. ‘Shut it down’ — Rally, prayer against I-502 marijuana shop Uncle Ike’s at 23rd and Union — 173
  2. Capitol Hill’s Harvard Exit Theatre to close  — 96
  3. Black Coffee anarchist co-op says it’s leaving Capitol Hill  — 91
  4. Pike/Pine club owner says gang ‘terrorizing’ Capitol Hill  — 89
  5. Graffiti focused art supplier Art Primo is coming to Capitol Hill  — 82
  6. Whole Foods coming to Capitol Hill in new development at Broadway and Madison  — 80
  7. Residents face more than hiked rents after $73.9 million purchase of First Hill apartment tower  — 77
  8. Church sues to shut down marijuana shop at 23rd/Union, change way Seattle zones pot  — 76
  9. First look: The Canterbury Ale House raises its gate on 15th Ave E  — 76
  10. Meet the Harvard Ave Neighbors mounting a fight against microhousing  — 71

CHS already introduced you to our most prolific commenter of 2014 — meet Bob Knudson, aka Calhoun. Here’s a look at what stories inspired the most robust conversation on CHS in 2014. Thanks for adding your $0.03 to the comments this year and over our history. You hear people say “don’t read the comments” — but we’re happy to report the comments on CHS are a must-read — often filled with new information, new ideas, and, yes, the occasional typo fix or correction.

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6 years ago

Thanks for everything you guys do to keep us informed. My friends credit me with being knowledgeable on whats taking place on the Hill. I always give credit where credit is due :)

Wishing the CHS staff a great 2015!

Bob Knudson
Bob Knudson
6 years ago

Ohmygosh, I had no idea that I commented that much in 2014….it’s a little embarrassing. I promise to cut back in 2015…..well, maybe! (smile).