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IMAGE OF THE WEEK: (image credit: smohundro) NEWS Pioneer Square: Are better days already coming? (Crosscut) There are new ideas being developed around a neighborhood alliance, which has an energetic executive. Online-gaming developers have already discovered the charms of the place. Ralph D. Anderson, architect called 'father of Pioneer Square,'...

And before anyone cracks any jokes, no the answer is not 'by simply walking in the neighborhood.' The answer is that it's Halloween weekend, and there are two tours you can participate in to get in the Halloween spirit: 1. Spooked in Seattle's Haunted Pioneer Square Tour This...

The DJC recently reported on Goodman Real Estate's plans to move forward with a new residential building adjacent to the viaduct that will take up a full city block. The block where the building is planned is currently a surface parking lot. According to an "Early...

IMAGE OF THE WEEK (Image Credit: Smohundro) NEWS Making a Home in a Pyramid, 462 Feet Above Seattle (Seattle Times) A must read on the family who lives at the top of the Smith Tower (including pictures!) 25 years later, Seattle still can't get enough of 'Thriller' (KOMO News) More than...

Seattle City Council has already hosted two separate public hearings to get feedback from the public, and the third (and last) meeting scheduled for next Tuesday, October 26th. According to PubliCola, here are City Council's priorities: Protect human services and public safety; maintain the city’s commitment to...