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Patricia Sully with VOCAL-WA discusses the benefits of safe drug consumption sites during a The Pledge event at Peloton on Friday, Oct. 7.
Patricia Sully with VOCAL-WA discusses the benefits of safe drug consumption sites during a The Pledge event at Peloton on Friday, Oct. 7.
Saturday, October 8, 2016 1:34 PM
The Pledge movement spent Friday night collecting baby food while having very adult conversations about homelessness, addiction and activism at Peloton bike shop and cafe.
  • GSBA reflects on 2017
    The Greater Seattle Business Association capped off 2017 with an annual meeting where Business & Humanitarian Awards recipients were announced and local lawmakers gave an optimistic preview of the 2018 legislative session.
  • Clinton gets into "What Happened"

    Those damn emails.
    Not only has that been a consistent refrain of 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in the year since she lost to Donald Trump, it’s also a chapter in her new bestseller, “What Happened.”

  • Rocking for good

    Capitol Hill is now home to a new nonprofit organization that reflects the neighborhood’s artistic and altruistic interests.
    Formed in April, Sustainable Shred curates events featuring local bands and DJs, with donations and admission costs going to charitable causes.

  • Advocates make final push for I-940 signatures
    Advocates for statewide police reform and increased accountability in cases of excessive and fatal force are making a final push to gather signatures for Initiative 940 before the end of the year.
  • Force Review Board finds officers who killed Charleena Lyles followed policy
    The Seattle Police Department quietly released the Force Review Board’s findings in the fatal shooting of Charleena Lyles on Friday, which determined officers Steven McNew and Jason Anderson acted in accordance with department policy and took efforts to de-escalate their encounter with the 30-year-old pregnant mother of four.
  • Parks committee assesses city's contribution to Seattle Asian Art Museum
    The Seattle City Council’s parks committee concluded its final meeting of 2017 wanting to know more about what public benefits it will be receiving for its $19 million investment in the Seattle Asian Art Museum’s renovation and expansion.
  • Estate executor opposes Sullivan House landmark nomination
    Ann Thorson regrets marketing her deceased aunt’s former residence as a restoration. If she hadn’t held out for the best price, maybe the sale would have gone through before a neighbor nominated the 119-year-old P.J. Sullivan House for preservation as a historic landmark.
  • Holiday in the Park 2017
    Holiday in the Park revelers took the edge off with hot cocoa and cookies in Volunteer Park on Thursday, with the soundtrack of the annual event provided by five local choral ensembles.
  • Pot potential on East Olive Way
    More options for marijuana consumers are coming to Capitol Hill, but East Olive Way isn’t big enough for how many are being proposed. It's looking likely that a new Ian Eisenberg project and The Reef will be granted retail permits.
  • Landmarks board passes on Bonney-Watson Funeral Home
    The Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board made short work of declining a landmark nomination for the Bonney-Watson Funeral Home in Capitol Hill on Wednesday, which will make way for its eventual demolition and redevelopment by Miller Creek Residential.
  • CityMD Capitol Hill opens on Broadway

    From lacerations to fevers to last-minute physicals and X-rays, a new CityMD Urgent Care clinic is now seeing patients in Capitol Hill.
    A CHI Franciscan Health partner, CityMD has local urgent care facilities in Ravenna, Kent and Federal Way. Its Capitol Hill clinic is in space occupied by the twice-shuttered Charlie’s on Broadway, 217 Broadway E.

  • Cayton Corner Park under revision
    The vision for Cayton Corner Park was laid out across tables inside the Hearing, Speech & Deaf Center on Tuesday night and revised with markers as a flurry of ideas were shared by community stakeholders.
  • By The Pound, hidden bar now open
    Passersby on East Olive Way will see  a typical neighborhood delicatessen. Open what appears to be the door to a walk-in cooler, and that’s the start down the rabbit hole.
  • UPDATED: Parents of Capitol Hill man killed by Greyhound bus file wrongful death lawsuit

    Paula Becker and Barry Brown said when they bought their son a Greyhound ticket to California, they never thought he would have been safer staying in Seattle.

  • Agency working to address safety in Seattle's bar, music scene
    A newly formed volunteer organization focused on promoting safety and no tolerance in the bars and venues industry held its first fundraising event in Capitol Hill last month. 
    While No Tolerance focuses on rape culture within the music industry, Agency wants to broaden its scope and touch on other issues that arise within the bar and music industry in Seattle.
  • Seattle police chief resigning at end of year
    Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole says her decision to step down from her post at the end of the year was a personal, and not professional one, which she made prior to Mayor Jenny Durkan’s run for office.
  • Bok a Bok next in pecking order
    Korean-inspired Bok A Bok Fried Chicken has opened next to The Runaway, replacing popular Caribbean sandwich shop Paseo, whose Capitol Hill expansion was highly anticipated but short-lived.
  • Kelly Springfield demolition begins
    Demolition has started on the historic Kelly Springfield building in Capitol Hill, making way for office space that will be tucked behind a landmarked facade.
  • Durkan tours Capitol Hill shops to promote small business advisory council
    Newly sworn-in Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan visited several locally owned Capitol Hill shops prior to announcing the formation of a small business advisory council at a Thursday news conference inside the Elliott Bay Book Company.
  • Realfine Coffee opening in former Stumptown space
    Realfine Coffee owner Julie Mierzwiak will open her second café in the former Stumptown Coffee space on East Pine Street in early 2018.
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