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CHS History | End of the ‘gayborhood,’ anarchists march on Broadway, Tin Table born


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

2018

The three-way race to open first E Olive Way pot shops has two winners

43rd District senator explains ‘widely misunderstood’ records law vote — UPDATE


2017

Ready for Capitol Hill debut, more Paseos to come

Sun Liquor moving distillery off Capitol Hill

City planning 2017 changes to speed up First Hill Streetcar

2016

Expect a Pike/Pine zoo with ‘surprise’ Macklemore free show at Neumos — UPDATE

Tech bros, affordability, and mental health — ‘the end of the line for Seattle’s gay neighborhood’

2015

Pike/Pine business owners bemoan ‘culture clash,’ construction impacts as Mayor Murray tours neighborhood

911 | Warrant operation in Central District brings SWAT to 27th Ave — UPDATE

2014

Victim dies in fall from E Madison TV tower

2013

Capitol Hill food+drink | 24-hour ‘dive’ Lost Lake set to serve Pike/Pine

R Place another Capitol Hill nightclub fighting red tape

2012

Cleanup in aisle 9 — 6 Capitol Hill stores planning to sell booze (+ 1 thinking about it)

Tom Douglas uses radio show to Yelp a Capitol Hill restaurant

2011

Anti-police ‘anarchists’ march on Broadway, leave damage in wake

Volunteer Park tree #98 has fallen taking a chunk of the amphitheater wall with it

2010

Capitol Hill light rail construction update: Street closure plus when I-5 Olive exit will reopen

Hill’s growth, coming light rail has city considering three new restricted parking areas

2009

Another Capitol Hill restaurant opening: Take a seat at the Tin Table

The Loveless Building: A Brief History


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