The Capitol Hill Seattle Blog/blog folks give us an example of how to do local journalism and the importance of local journalism. It celebrates and champions a wonderful neighborhood while also putting tough questions to city government. It's not easy or lucrative. If you read Justin's tweets, once a
Vito's on First Hill is one of my favorite places in Seattle. Dark, underworld lore, red booths, horseshoe bar, piano, and a disco ball or two. Its long history is associated with mob lore and violence. I'm not interested in glorifying those themes (despite a fascination with The Godfather, Goodfellas,
I read in the Capitol Hill Seattle Blog that Amante was closing. According to the article, it sounds like Amante will be ceding its ground for a pot shop [http://www.capitolhillseattle.com/2018/03/with-plans-for-pot-in-background-amante-pizza-exits-e-olive-way-and-denny/] . I had the pizza there once. It was late and everything else was closed.
Photographers, writers, bloggers, freelancers – you’re all familiar with the incessant call to post. My friend Tony and I spent the weekend shooting photos and videos at the Seattle Acoustic Festival 2017 [https://www.seattleacousticfestival.com] for Rain City Collective [https://www.raincitycollective.com]. It was a great experience, but