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This week in CHS history | Capitol Hill Block Parties past, Meinert rape accusations, Broadway News RIP


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

2019

 

After this weekend’s Capitol Hill Block Party, changes may be afoot for big events on the Hill

Court: Fatal Capitol Hill stabbing sparked by fight over declined cigarette lighter — UPDATE


More summer fun to come on Capitol Hill: 11th Ave Street Fair, Adult Recess in Cal Anderson, Kinky Boots in the park

2018

 

The Pike/Pine fallout from Meinert rape accusations

Midtown design looks too much like SoLU, not enough like the CD — Can new Central Area Design Review Board help?

2017

 

Capitol Hill gay bar Purr’s new home? Montlake

San Francisco’s Good Vibrations acquires Capitol Hill-created Babeland

2016

 

DUI arrest after car plunges into Central District construction site

First look: Manu’s Bodegita brings sandwiches, ceviche, and breakfast tacos to E Madison

2015

 

20 things CHS heard during Monday’s *hot and heated* Seattle rent control smackdown

What the Convention Center expansion will look like: Denny Triangle Integration + 9th Ave Mixing Zone + Pine Street Gallery + Boren Ave Beacon

Capitol Hill Block Party 2015: Day One Open Thread

2010

 

Taggers’ paradise at Bellevue and Pine serves as reminder of Hill’s stalled development

Scoop from the crowd: CHS commenters dig up new restaurant chain coming to Broadway

Bad news for Broadway News: Paper and magazine shop closing at end of month


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