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If you're looking for a guilt-free reason to buy a pound of what my family fondly calls "pudge," look no further: Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory stores in downtown Seattle are running a “Fudge for Troops” promotion through the month of November to benefit USO-Puget Sound Area. Beginning...

NEWS Why has the all-night dining scene shrunk as Seattle has grown? (Crosscut) Eating on the Edge: The ability to grab something late at night is the very mark of a city's greatness. Perhaps there is a reason why Seattle has fewer all-night options than in the...

If you feel like something has been missing in your life lately, you’re right. And it’s most likely because you haven’t tried a gourmet burger from BuiltBurger before. Their grand opening is today in Pioneer Square, and they will be the neighborhood’s first modern burger destination....

[Remember this post on being terrified to ride a bike in the city? Well, here is a follow up response from guest post-er Craig Hollow]: As a life-long member of the loose affiliation of bearded men in short pants often seen whizzing by at near-terminal velocities,...

I have posted multiple times about the Bread of Life Mission and of the services they do for the homeless in our neighborhood. I received an announcement a little while ago about an expansion of their services: I wanted to let you know about an exciting...

Pioneer Square's King Street Station is one of 54 projects to receive federal funding as part of a statewide push to enhance high speed rail transportation. More than $18.2 million will be spent to seismically retrofit King Street Station and its clock tower, as well as...