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CHS History | Rainbow crosswalks born, Q debuts, Cafe Solstice arrives

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

2018

 

With a snip of a ribbon, two years of construction starts on Capitol Hill Station development


Meaty Johnson’s brings ‘Seattle barbecue’ to Capitol Hill

Doghouse’s leather and kink retail project set to kick new life into 107-year-old Pike/Pine building with a (probably) racy past

2017

 

Warby Parker latest big brand with plans to join Pike/Pine

2016

 

Man shot during police response at 20th/Dearborn

The Old Sage closes after owner’s $2.4M bankruptcy filing

2015

 

Broadway says goodbye to Charlie’s — UPDATE: Confirmed :(

Mayor Murray set to unveil ‘Rainbow Crosswalks on Capitol Hill’ — UPDATE: Unveiled!

No Walmart, but developer plans to split Red Apple Market property at 23rd and Jackson

2014

 

Cafe Solstice arrives — again — on Capitol Hill

Seattle clothing company Freeman and its famous raincoats ready for summer opening of Capitol Hill shop

2013

 

Capitol Hill’s The Egyptian movie theater slated to close

Freddie Mercury gallery will show love for Queen(s) while giving back to Pride

2012

 

SPD tangles with student debt protesters on Broadway

RIP Third Man Video — At least you outlived the Broadway Blockbuster

Crumby business — CakeSpy shutting down Capitol Hill shop

2011

 

First look: The plans for Q, Broadway’s new gay dance club

Capitol Hill food+drink: Altura new on Broadway, Melrose adds shellfish shop, Oasis RIP

CHS Pics: Slutwalk Seattle takes to Capitol Hill’s streets — Plus, Pride Picnic fun

2010

 

City going to court to have Belmont Ave ‘biohazard’ house demolished

A sneak peek inside Capitol Hill’s first ‘hybrid’ news/sports bar: Auto Battery

2009

 

The Lookout (formerly Artemis) Opens Today


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