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  • It's not over yet: 30th End AIDS Walk in Capitol Hill
    Lifelong celebrated a milestone on Saturday, Sept. 24, with its 30th Seattle AIDS Walk in Volunteer Park, the name changed last year to End AIDS Walk to reflect the finish line it seeks.
  • Seattle Central celebrates 50 years
    In recognition of its 50 years as an educational institution and hotspot for social activism, Seattle Central College held a civil march around its Capitol Hill campus on Thursday, Sept. 22.
  • Broadway BIA reports banner year so far
    After weathering a 30 percent hike in cleanup costs this year, the Broadway Business Improvement Association is on track to have a surplus by the end of 2016, said Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce executive director Sierra Hansen on Tuesday.
  • Thai street food replacing Bauhaus coffee shop
    Guitar Srisuthiamorn has been working for the family restaurant, Ayutthaya, in Capitol Hill since 1997. She’s now preparing to open her own spot in the neighborhood, serving the Thai street food she loves. 
  • 8 Limbs Yoga celebrating 20 years on the Hill
    8 Limbs Yoga Centers owner Anne Phyfe Palmer has seen a lot of change in Capitol Hill over the last 20 years. 
    
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  • City council passes secure scheduling law
    The Seattle City Council passed legislation on Monday, Sept. 19, that will give a number of food and retail employees earlier notice of their work schedules and mandate large employers provide increased compensation when those schedules change.
  • East Precinct bomb scare suspect facing felony charge
    The suspect in a bomb scare outside the Seattle Police Department’s East Precinct on Sunday, Sept. 18, has been charged in King County Superior Court with second-degree malicious placement of an imitation explosive device.
  • Seattle Central celebrates 50 years
    In recognition of its 50 years as an educational institution and hotspot for social activism, Seattle Central College held a civil march around its Capitol Hill campus on Thursday, Sept. 22.

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