Month: June 2015


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Still Here. Still Queer. A History of the Gayborhood!

Still Here. Still Queer. A History of the Gayborhood! Many of us GLBTQ who live, work, and play on the Hill have started to feel like strangers as soon as Thursday night arrives. And we typically only come back to the hill once the dude dust settles on Sunday morning in time for the farmers market. […]

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An Urban Oasis Off of 10th Ave

An Urban Oasis Off of 10th Ave | We all know Central Capitol Hill is growing denser and denser around its bustling core of restaurants and bars, but on its northern end, there are still residential sections with coveted single-family homes. From the street, some of them look like modest little bungalows, but looks can be […]

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Summer on Capitol Hill’s Rooftop Decks

How to Spend the Summer on Capitol Hill’s Rooftop Decks It seems that people are drawn to properties with rooftop decks, but few residents actually use these amenities. Why is that? It certainly isn’t that we don’t like being “high” or on top of things. It also can’t be a fear of communal spaces; our […]

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New to the Hill? Here is Your Insiders Guide to Pride!

New to the Hill? You still probably know that it has been Seattle’s “gayborhood” for many years, and you may also know that there have been demographic shifts and concerns about this in the community. Those concerns will largely be swept away for the last week of June, when Capitol Hill becomes ground zero for a […]

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