Capitol Hill

The Mystery Pop Machine Is Missing!

It's like a scene out of a dystopian Japanese alter-reality, the lone standing, filthy, graffiti-covered pop machine on Seattle's Capitol Hill. No one knows who owns or maintains it. What we do know... It's missing. The mystery soda machine in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood has vanished. https...
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Full Tilt is opening an ice cream shop on Capitol Hill

Goodbye frappuccinos, hello delicious ice cream. Full Tilt, makers of The Chocolate To End All Chocolates and havers of many pinball machines, are planning to bump a Capitol Hill Starbucks for their newest store on 15th ave. The location will be their fifth in Seattle. Where to find Chocolate to...
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EndSessions: The War on Drugs plays "Holding On" to a packed Chop Suey

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company Chop Suey is one of Seattle's best small venues and when you pack 300 people in for an exclusive EndSession from The War on Drugs, it gets even better. That's what happened on August 1 when the famed rock band dropped by to play their new single "Holding On"...
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Chris Cornell of Soundgarden

Chris Cornell will get a statue in Seattle

It's hard to believe that it has already been three months since Chris Cornell's passing . In the time since his tragic loss, tributes and memorials have popped up around the world and now his family is planning to erect a statue in Seattle in the late Soundgarden singer's honor, Cornell's widow...
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Training For Taco Truck Challenge!

Ok taco lovers, there are two ways you can train for Taco Truck Challenge ! 1 . Download a helpful 'running' app or just hit the pavement and start gearing up for the Fiesta 5k Ole ! The 5k run/walk* happens just before Taco Truck Challenge and will one, burn some pre-taco calories and also make...
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The best Airbnbs you can rent in Seattle

Whether you’re looking for a short vacation or a weekend staycation (I hate that word, for the record), tons of people are turning to the home rental app Airbnb as a hotel alternative, and Seattle has an interesting variety of places listed on the site. If you aren't familiar, Airbnb allows regular...
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#sEATtle: Cook Weaver

I like to eat. A lot. Food is bae. Therefore, I figured I would post reviews of the places I go to give you a little insight and maybe some ideas on where you might want to nom with your friends or special someones. Plus, it gives me an excuse to pig out on Seattle's best eats and not feel bad...
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Stomping Grounds: The best spots in Cap Hill (part 2)

Supported by Uber : I trade off the cost of an apartment in the city with the cost of commuting. I live on Capitol Hill and try not to drive. Ever. Also, I’m very lazy. I’ve been living on Capitol Hill now for almost eight years. My life is basically a trek between my apartment, to the station at...
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Stomping Grounds: The best spots to hit up on Capitol Hill

Supported by Uber Three years ago I moved to Seattle, wide-eyed and bushy-tailed. I spent a few months in South Lake Union (shout outs to corporate housing!) before finally settling down in Capitol Hill, and I haven't moved since. Before I moved here, everyone told me that's where someone new to...
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The 5 bands to see at Capitol Hill Block Party

Capitol Hill Block Party is upon us again, which means 104 bands are descending on our great city for some live music shenanigans across the three-day festival. 104 bands is A LOT of music, but I whittled the list down to the five acts I don't think you should miss (and then a few more that I would...
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