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This week in CHS history | La Dive born, B&O RIP, 2017 Chop Suey shooting


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

2021

 

District 3 recall: ‘Religious and community leaders’ endorse ‘yes,’ scenes from the Kshama Solidarity block party, and how much does a recall election cost, anyhow?


SPD busts up Capitol Hill takeover as drivers burn rubber in Pike/Pine

Seattle for Everyone points at new ‘efficient, consistent, and predictable’ direction for city’s inefficient, inconsistent, and unpredictable design review process

2020

 

Is the Capitol Hill protest season over?

Redfin says 30% want to live ‘somewhere else’ because of protests

Roger Winters, who gave keynote at first Seattle Pride, remembered for lifetime of LGBTQIA civil rights work

2019

 

La Dive — dark and cozy and comfortable and pink — now open on E Pike

After nearly 40 years, Pagliacci Pizza leaving Broadway

‘Derelict’ house burns in 10th Ave E fire — UPDATE: Reported violations

Is SPD understaffed? A look at records from a deadly stabbing in Cal Anderson and the city’s hiring of a former consultant to revive its system to monitor staffing needs

2018

 

Shuttered By the Pound deli speakeasy evicted over thousands in unpaid rent

With Dirty Thai cocktails and punchline plans, Bites of Bangkok now open on 15th Ave E

With new, flatter course, Seattle Marathon no longer crossing Capitol Hill

2017

 

Two shot after bullets fly at Chop Suey — UPDATE

Man dead in shooting at 24th and Spruce

Attention Capitol Hill QFC shoppers who carry reusable bags while shopping…

2012

 

B&O Espresso on E Olive Way: 1976-2012

With Seattle’s walkable core on the rise, Capitol Hill rents make 2012 leap

Capitol Hill food+drink | Speckled & Drake’s Seattle-Brooklyn-Seattle story, Mamnoon debut

 

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