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Last night, I stopped by old Elliott Bay Book Co location to witness the amazing CoCA 24 hour marathon. Although some artists were taking naps, others were working away, trying to finish as much art as possible for the art auction. I didn't grab the artists'...

Last month, Councilmember Licata launched Seattle Art Walks, a neighborhood resource web page highlighting 13 art walks throughout Seattle. “Art walks are important to neighborhoods as they inspire visitors and residents to appreciate creativity within themselves and throughout their community,” said Licata.  “They also provide a...

GrindTV Newswire, Via Snowboy Productions and title sponsor Lib Tech are ready to kick off the 2010-11 winter season in true NW style with the Downtown Throwdown (DTTD) on October 9 in Seattle, WA, from noon to 5pm. Occidental Park in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square will...

This Thursday, Pioneer Square businesses + residents are hosting not one, but two alley parties during First Thursday's Art Walk. Nord Alley Party Thursday, October 7 5pm - 9pm Please join us for an evening of art, live music and refreshments in the Nord Alley located in Pioneer Square....

...Only $25! A 24 hour non stop art marathon, featuring 30 emerging and established artists starts at 9:00 am on Thursday, October 7, and ends at 9:00 am Friday, October 8. Nine hours later, on Friday night, the work is auctioned to benefit both the artists...

Image of the week: Image Credit: Roswells Girl NEWS Mayor defends snow plan, parking fees (My Northwest) McGinn says he's heard from business people, particularly in Pioneer Square, who like his plan to charge for street parking on Sunday. [Note: Maybe if they zoned for residential parking, the...