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Photos by Brandon Macz: Customers check out the Night Market at Chophouse Row on Wednesday, Nov. 9.
Photos by Brandon Macz: Customers check out the Night Market at Chophouse Row on Wednesday, Nov. 9.
Wednesday, November 16, 2016 6:57 AM
Bar Ferd’nand owner Matt Dillon is connecting people to small farmers inside the Chophouse Row courtyard in Capitol Hill, but says he’s not looking to create a new farmers market to compete with the many that already exist in Seattle.
  • Trans Pride Seattle shines light on ongoing struggles

    “What do we want? Justice! When do we want it? Now!” “Trans lives are under attack! Stand up, fight back!”
    It’s to these slogans that hundreds of demonstrators at Trans Pride Seattle 2017 marched on Friday, June 23, around Cal Anderson Park.

  • Free group yoga summer series returning to Volunteer Park
    Volunteer Park Trust member Patty Helberg will again be helping people work on their morning sun salutations during a summer yoga series in the park.
  • PrideFest Capitol Hill 2017
    After the historic organizers of the June 24 Pride festival in Capitol Hill were not allowed to continue this year due to recent permit violations, the Broadway Business Improvement Area approved emergency funding so Seattle PrideFest could fill in.
  • Man stops in Seattle during quest to visit every national park
    A year after starting his epic journey, Mikah Meyer still has many miles to go before completing his goal of visiting every one of the more than 400 parks and monuments within the U.S. National Park System.
  • Spring cleaning to help those in need
    Residents of First Hill Plaza, a condo at 1301 Spring St., were given a helping hand in cleaning out their storage lockers and closets this spring. Linda Kelly and Jackie Williams, both members of their Homelessness Committee, recruited volunteers from the building to help residents organize their lockers and dispose of things they no longer needed. 
  • Candidate Jeopardy
    As opposed to a standard candidate forum, Seattle Mayoral and City Council Position 8 candidates came to play Candidate Jeopardy at The Summit on Pike in Capitol Hill on June 14. Seattle Weekly, the Neighborhood Action Coalition and American Muslim Empowerment Network (MAPS-AMEN), among other community organizations, worked to put on this volunteer-run and driven forum.
  • Capitol Hill Pride Weekend stays in the picture
    The Capitol Hill Pride Festival, March & Rally has lost its appeal to continue with its Pride Weekend festivities, but community organizations were permitted Tuesday to keep the historic Saturday festival alive.
  • Ground work starts on Liberty Bank
    The community celebrated Capitol Hill Housing’s Liberty Bank Building groundbreaking in the Central District on Monday, which is expected to provide 115 affordable homes come September 2018.
  • Historic Auto Row
    Plans by the Capitol Hill Historical Society to identify the neighborhood's many designated landmarks will overlap with a local developer’s own project to highlight the history of more than a dozen Auto Row buildings.
  • Remembering Pulse
    A year after the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida that left 49 mostly LGBTQ and Latino people dead, Seattleites again flocked to Cal Anderson Park to remember the Pulse Nightclub victims and advocate for love over hate.
  • Seattle Pride March
    There have been many strides in the fight for LGBTQ rights in the United States, but speakers at Sunday’s Seattle Pride March rally made it clear that the struggle continues.
  • FHIA hosts I-5 columns painting party
    The First Hill Improvement Association held a painting party under Interstate 5 on Sunday, where unattractive freeway columns are being converted into an artsy gateway between the neighborhood and downtown.
  • Capitol Hill March & Rally suffers from date change
    Capitol Hill Pride March & Rally organizers were cited by the city on Saturday for violating the terms of their permit, which allowed them to march up Broadway for a brief rally, but didn’t allow for vendor booths.
  • Dog-day afternoon
    The First Hill community made its decision as to which local canines had the right stuff during the annual dog show and social  in First Hill Park on Thursday, June 8.
  • Capitol Hill Pride guide
    The theme for this year’s Pride Month, at least in Capitol Hill, might just be compromise, as some plans have changed and others seem slated to go on as planned, despite pushback from the city of Seattle.
  • March for Truth
    While Americans wait to see what an investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election will uncover, people around the country marched Saturday, demanding more transparency in the process, and guarantees any crimes don’t go unpunished.
  • What is Action?
    A two-part Capitol Hill informational series on how to work and advocate for those most vulnerable concluded Thursday with a panel of local leaders that are doing just that.
  • Own It!
    Participants in Capitol Hill Housing’s forum, “Own It! Prevent Displacement, Build Wealth,” argued for creating more density by upzoning neighborhoods as rising rents and home values are displacing long-time residents.
  • Setting stage for Town Hall

    Almost a century old, Town Hall is gearing up for its grand restoration, and is giving the public a chance to see all the secrets hidden inside the city’s historic landmark.
    Building tours for the public have been taking place the last few weeks, with the last one happening on Wednesday, May 24.

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