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Several of our neighbors are part of the Citizens for Off-Leash Areas' (COLA) efforts to bring a dog park to downtown Seattle. We're not quite there, yet, but getting a step closer. This summer, Occidental Park will host three pop-up dog parks. The park has tables,...

President Theodore Roosevelt famously bellowed "That's not art!" when he saw what was exhibited at the International Exhibition of Modern Art (now simply called The Armory Show). How wrong he was. The annual event, which started over 100 years ago, catalyzed new taste in art. It...

Our neighbors at the Union Gospel Mission work hard to overcome addition—but did you know some of them do so by getting high another way? Follow 18 of our neighbors in the documentary film A New High, where they battle the depths of their addition by...

The Pioneer Square Carolers will be serenading art patrons and shoppers this Thursday, December 3rd at around 7:00 p.m. throughout Pioneer Square.  All Fa la la proceeds will be directed to food banks in our neighborhood.  Please come and join the merriment....

During my many visits and conversations with Clementines proprietor Linda Walsh, I find myself asking what are her future plans for the downstairs space? And now I know, it's a fabulous Underground Holiday Market! [caption id="attachment_6250" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Photograph Courtesy of Clementines[/caption] Open until January, the Underground Holiday Market...

Fall is such a festive occasion in Pioneer Square; the dark of evening sets in early, the crisp air nips and grounded, rusting leaves are brittle beneath your feet. The holiday lights are up along First Ave S and in Occidental Park, and there are more...