This week in CHS history | Seattle U freezer failure COVID-19 vax scramble, The Stranger leaves Capitol Hill, Taneda comes to Broadway Alley

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2022

 

Picking up where it left off three summers ago, Capitol Hill Block Party announces lineup, plans for 2022 return

‘No community college in the system has closed its doors’ — Seattle Central will face more cutbacks and reductions as enrollment plunge continues — UPDATE


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Seattle Public Schools bans ChatGPT

Seattle Public Schools says it began blocking the increasingly popular natural language artificial intelligence system ChatGPT in December.

Seattle tech news site GeekWire reported the ban of the site from OpenAI here.

“Like all school districts, Seattle Public Schools does not allow cheating and requires original thought and work from students,” a spokesperson told the news site, adding that the district also blocks other “cheating tools.” Continue reading

This week in CHS history | 2022 air stagnation, HoneyHole and Canterbury gets new owners, Twilight Exit shooting

Socked in at the Space Needle in 2022

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2022

 

It’s like combining Seattle Smoke Season with Seattle’s Coldest Day in 23 Years — Air stagnation advisory issued

‘We have decided to end our tenure on our terms’ — Cafe Pettirosso to close after 27 years on Capitol Hill — UPDATE


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This week in CHS history | 2018 Women’s March, first ‘Community COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic’ opens at Seattle U, Dough Joy born

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2022

 

With 49 buildings at highest risk across Capitol Hill and Central District, Seattle pushes for 2022 progress on mandatory earthquake retrofits

Seattle Police Chief: No more stops for ‘low-risk’ traffic violations like expired tabs, biking without a helmet


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This week in CHS history | Omicron surge, new owner at Vita, The Wandering Goose exits Capitol Hill

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2022

 

It’s not easy but homeowners can now erase remnants of Capitol Hill’s racist real estate restrictions

Staffing issues from Seattle’s omicron surge hit public transit, schools, libraries, and more — UPDATE


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Your post 2022/2023 holidays CHS briefing

Welcome to 2023. Here is some of the CHS reporting you may have missed over the holidays.

 

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Capitol Hill Happy Holidays Card 2022

This year’s neighborhood holiday scene shows an icy Cal Anderson. We share it with you with hope you find warmth and comfort as the year comes to a close. CHS will being doing its best to stay warm and comfortable and away from Grinchy things like Twitter over the holiday weekend but we’ll still be around for more icy updates as well as anything else that comes up. Help us out. Call or text (206) 399-5959 or say hey on Twitter @jseattle if there’s something we should know about. You can also check in with neighbors in the CHS Facebook Group. Happy Holidays and thanks for reading CHS.

 

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This week in CHS history | Mia’s says goodbye, Capitol Hill Tully’s closure lawsuit, Bonney Watson rejected as Broadway landmark


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2021

 

Kshama Solidarity throwing a ‘Victory Party’ as ‘voter protection campaign’ begins over challenged ballots — UPDATE: Yes campaign says recall ‘will likely fall short’

Hot Mama’s will get a new E Pine parking garage neighbor as Mia’s off Broadway says goodbye to Capitol Hill


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This week in CHS history | Pagliacci leaves Broadway, arrests at essential workers march, stranded light rail riders, Mamnoon born

(Image: @Danielhep)


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2021

 

After stranded light rail riders hiked out of tunnel, Sound Transit says, next time, wait for the ‘rescue train’


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