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CHS History | May Days past, Summit Slope Park debuts, Phoenix Comics rises on Broadway

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



With planned protests off Capitol Hill, 2018 May Day in Seattle will center on March against ICE, Bloc the Juvi — UPDATE

Groups announce First Hill plan for Seattle’s ‘largest’ affordable housing building



Family still looking for answers in unsolved death of Devan Schmidt

$14M deal for Elliott Bay Book Company building



Racist assault reported inside Broadway/Pike Starbucks

Capitol Hill food+drink | Sizzle Pie and Dark Bar open in Pike/Pine

What some Capitol Hill businesses are saying about the Seattle minimum wage study



Owner says Capitol Hill pizza joint closing because of $15 minimum wage rules for franchises

Seattle May Day 2015 turns into a riot on Capitol Hill


First look inside the new Goodwill opening Friday on Capitol Hill — UPDATE



Capitol Hill May Day 2013 Open Thread — UPDATE: Clash downtown climbs back up the Hill

Capitol Hill food+drink | Pie Bar ready to serve — Also, Bus Stop, Vostok Dumpling House updates

Capitol Hill’s wants are filled: Phoenix Comics to open on Broadway



Bauhaus has deal to stay at Melrose and Pine

May Day 2012 on Capitol Hill: Street closures, rallies and protests



City outlines draft of 7 conditions for Volunteer Park Cafe permit

CHS Pics: Capitol Hill’s Summit Slope Park dedicated on a sunny Sunday



Olive Way exit to reopen in May

Caffe Ladro’s pet policy enforcement spurred by visit from public health official



Cal Anderson Aerial Show: pictures, movies: UPDATED

New coffee shop opening at 14th and Pine: Porchlight

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