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Mobile Chowdown is coming to Qwest Field north parking lot on Friday, October 1st. Gates open at 5 pm! To see a list of vendors that will be there, click here. ...

Shamila is a jeweler who was one of the vendors at the Seattle Square this summer. Leslie Haynes-Earle is a resident who was recently featured on the blog for guerrilla gardening in the neighborhood. Coming down to the market every Saturday to shop, Leslie "fell in...

Starting this February, Metro will be changing many bus routes that service downtown, Pioneer Square and the SODO area because of the long-term construction work for the Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement program. Because the construction period is expected to last anywhere from 6 -...

NEWS Seattle man tackles global poverty (Seattle Times) With a shoestring budget and an all-volunteer staff, the 32-year old Anacortes native and Washington State University grad (with offices based in Pioneer Square) has become a vocal political advocate for people without a voice. [note -- couldn't they...

[Note: If you haven't been following the Metropole adventures, you can catch up here and here] Jeff Johnson, aka "Weirdo," is the fantastic artist behind the new Metropole building mural that is currently in progress. A local business owner recently commented that it will be great to...

The Forgotten Works is seeking artists interested in participating in the “Forgotten Works Challenge 10” This year is very special as it is their 10th anniversary! Check out previous Challenges here The Forgotten Works Challenge is an open group show.  Participating artists will be given 30 days...