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  • Purple Purse commissions murals to highlight financial abuse
    The signs of domestic violence are often thought of as bruises and scars, but it’s the less visible financial abuse that often keeps victims trapped in those relationships. That’s why Allstate Foundation Purple Purse launched a campaign across six major U.S. cities that uses urban artwork to highlight the issue and spark a dialogue about financial abuse.
  • Country Doctor on schedule for 2019 dental clinic opening
    Country Doctor Community Health Centers executive director Raleigh Watts says the nonprofit’s new Capitol Hill dental clinic is set to open on time and on budget, taking current clients first in an effort to maximize its suite of health care services.
  • Dacha Diner bringing Eastern European comfort food to Capitol Hill
    The Independent Pizzeria owner Tom Siegel describes his upcoming Dacha Diner as an unpretentious place to come for Eastern European comfort food. The difference in the two restaurants will be night and day, says business partner Joe Heffernan.
  • Sound Transit considering terms for two affordable housing developments
    The Sound Transit Board is slated to approve business terms for two transit-oriented developments on Thursday that will add more than 300 affordable housing units in Capitol Hill and First Hill.
  • The Reef beats competition to Olive Way
    The Reef, Capitol Hill’s latest retail cannabis shop, opened in time forHempfest, and beat competition on East Olive Way to the finish line.
    
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  • Purple Purse commissions murals to highlight financial abuse
    The signs of domestic violence are often thought of as bruises and scars, but it’s the less visible financial abuse that often keeps victims trapped in those relationships. That’s why Allstate Foundation Purple Purse launched a campaign across six major U.S. cities that uses urban artwork to highlight the issue and spark a dialogue about financial abuse.
  • Community paints mural at Midtown Center
    Central District residents came out to give Midtown Center a new coat of paint, creating a mural in the parking lot that is a statement about the neighborhood’s African-American roots and a symbol of their desire to preserve it amid redevelopment.

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