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  • Country Doctor dental clinic nearing funding goal
    Ahead of a third go with the East Design Review Board, Country Doctor Community Health Center director Linda McVeigh shared plans for a new all-access dental clinic in Capitol Hill with community members on Wednesday, followed by an ask to help fill a gap in donor funding.
  • Tensions high in Central District
    Sara Mae, owner of 701 Coffee on 23rd Avenue, and a few Central District residents gathered Saturday afternoon to discuss some measures regarding gentrification and the recent shootings in the historically black neighborhood.
  • Food Matters
    The new restaurant is called Adana, and the new menu takes a populist swing toward Japanese comfort food. Not “street food” but the dinners you'd find in a Japanese home, albeit with a “fine-dining point of view.” 
  • Robert McGinley combines cyberpunk, myth and rock in ‘Danger Diva’
    Seattle film director Robert McGinley endured a frantic 20-day shoot to make his new futuristic cyberpunk feature, “Danger Diva,” shot mostly in a Sodo warehouse. He coordinated principal actors, and up to 300 extras at a time, as he shot scenes involving physical stunts, vehicle stunts, and choreographed fights.
  • Uncertainty delays ShotSpotter pilot

    A pilot program that would have seen the installation of gunshot-detecting microphones in the Central District and Rainier Beach is on hold after the transition of the Trump Administration into federal office.

    
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  • Bike advocates want protected lanes back on Union
    The 60-percent design for the Madison Bus Rapid Transit project has raised the ire of transportation advocates, who say SDOT should return protected bike lanes on Union Street that connect to new greenways on the table. 
  • Country Doctor dental clinic nearing funding goal
    Ahead of a third go with the East Design Review Board, Country Doctor Community Health Center director Linda McVeigh shared plans for a new all-access dental clinic in Capitol Hill with community members on Wednesday, followed by an ask to help fill a gap in donor funding.
  • A reoccurring story I keep hearing from my friends and acquaintances in Seattle is what I call the “Big Move.”
    As Seattle grows and develops, the cost of real state and rents have gone through the roof, leading to the displacement of an entire population of people who have lived here all of their lives.

  • Mission BIA
    Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce executive director Sierra Hansen ditched her prepare presentation Monday night in favor of a more intimate rundown of how a new business improvement area would benefit neighborhood businesses and residents.
  • Uncertainty delays ShotSpotter pilot

    A pilot program that would have seen the installation of gunshot-detecting microphones in the Central District and Rainier Beach is on hold after the transition of the Trump Administration into federal office.

  • League of Women Voters hosting youth justice center forum
    The League of Women Voters of Seattle-King County is hosting a forum next week focusing on the county’s controversial Children and Family Justice Center slated to replace the current youth jail and court facility.
  • Pillow Fight Seattle 2017
    It’s time again for the gentle pummeling of friends and strangers alike. Pillow Fight Seattle 2017 is 3-4 p.m. Saturday, April 1, and back again this year at Cal Anderson Park.
  • Final Your Voice, Your Choice District 3 meeting March 29
    The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods will hold its final Your Voice, Your Choice District 3 project development meeting 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 29, at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, 2116 E. Union St.
  • Chamber hosting Capitol Hill BIA info session at The Summit
    The Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce is hosting an informational open house regarding a proposed business improvement area expansion 6-8 p.m. Monday, March 27, at The Summit, 420 E. Pike St.
  • Capitol Hill Safety and Transportation Action Day
    The Capitol Hill Renter Initiative is hosting a Street Safety & Transportation Action Day 2-5 p.m. Sunday, April 2, in the Pike/Pine Room of the 12th Avenue Arts building,1620 12th Ave.

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