CHS History | Women’s Marches past, Elysian acquisition, Kedai Makan debut


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

2018

 

Thousands fill streets of Capitol Hill for 2018 Seattle Women’s March

New owners, new chapter at Capitol Hill classic the Canterbury


2017

 

Women’s March stretches from Central District to the Seattle Center — UPDATE: 120,000

After 41 years, Dilettante leaving Capitol Hill

2016

 

CHS Pics | Take a tour of E Union’s Tiny House Village

First Hill Streetcar launch party planned — only question is when — UPDATE: SATURDAY SOFT LAUNCH

2015

 

Anheuser-Busch acquires Elysian Brewing Company — including E Pike brewery

Soul sisters did it their way for 18 years at Capitol Hill’s original Kingfish Cafe

2014

 

24 Capitol Hill bars and restaurants to look forward to in 2014

Not much preserved when Pike/Pine preservation projects dig in

2013

 

Another large bank — Wells Fargo — pulls in on Broadway

First look: Kedai Makan set to counter Capitol Hill bar crawl cravings

2012

 

With more down to earth prices, The Sanctuary returns to Capitol Hill real estate market

CHS Pics (+video) | Capitol Hill snow sports — 11 videos, 28 photos, buckets of rad

2011

 

Capitol Hill man beats the TSA, acquitted of charges in New Mexico ID case

Broadway B of A a landmark? An ’emphatic no’ — Also, B&O redevelopment design needs more work

2010

 

New ‘Americana’ bar Still to open this Saturday

North to Aloha: Community weighs in on streetcar’s path across Capitol Hill

2009

 

Obama inauguration thread

Pike’s Grill’s $30k legacy

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