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CHS History | Capitol Hill redlining, infamous failed Broadway boxer mugging, Rhein Haus born

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



Remembering the infamous red line of ‘Segregated Seattle’

As Red Apple comes down, Vulcan’s 23rd and Jackson moves forward

Tamari Bar rises where World of Beers and the ghosts of old Pike/Pine once reigned



Why is the Space Needle red this weekend? Seattle U 125

Here’s how much the City of Seattle spent to license Pac-Man for its Capitol Hill pavement park

At Capitol Hill’s Starbucks Roastery, exit Tom Douglas, enter company’s Italian bakery investment Princi



Seattle gains a woonerf: 12th Ave Square Park now open

Vulcan shares an early view of the redevelopment of 23rd and Jackson — UPDATE



What the 16-story Broadway Whole Foods development will look like

Capitol Hill food+drink | Two founders, two ways to look at Elysian’s multi-million dollar brewery buyout



Barefoot Ted’s laptop vehicle revolution starts on Capitol Hill

Seahawks Super Bowl celebrations spill into the streets of Capitol Hill



First look — Von Trapp’s brings bocce, beer bier and brats to 12th Ave

Man fails in attempt to mug boxer outside of Capitol Hill gym



Capitol Hill’s auto row fades away | Mercedes dealership sold, will move off Hill

Regent Bakery and Cafe makes quiet debut on Capitol Hill — UPDATE: Pictures!

Top Pot celebrates 10 years of doughnuts on Capitol Hill… and beyond



CHS Pics: Boba Fett chainsaw carving vs. Jimi Hendrix on Broadway

Why Capitol Hill? Analysis behind SDOT $ parking jump shows we can take it

Appeal clouds Cascadia Center’s ambitious solar-powered future on Madison



Broadway sidewalk dance art causing another legal two-step



Who should be on the Capitol Hill Seattle $1 bill?

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