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The Miller Hull Partnership is participating in PARK(ing) Day 2010, a a grassroots, “open-source” art project that challenges people to rethink the way streets are used. In cities around the globe on Friday, artists, activists and citizens will temporarily transform metered parking spaces into public parks...

Yesterday, I attended zipcar's "low car diet" ceremony to kick off living car free. At the end of the event, I handed over my car keys (or rather, the "token" car key they handed me) to Council member Mike O'Brien. (he left his pants rolled up...

Storefronts Seattle is a community-driven effort to help revitalize Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square and Chinatown-International District neighborhoods by bringing vibrancy, activity, and light to otherwise vacant spaces and sparsely populated streetscapes. The program started in early 2010, when members of both neighborhoods sought solutions for the...

NEWS Seattle Nightlife Initiative public forum to be held in Pioneer Square – Monday (Bottom Line Seattle) On Monday, September 13 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Mayor Mike McGinn will be hosting a public forum to collect input on the Seattle Nightlife Initiative and open the...

Apparently the Pioneer Square Quiznos has now become "The Berliner."  What? According to their sign, The Berliner sells "Doner Kebabs," but I can't find anything about them online. All I know is that when I lived in Germany, I had one of the best Döners ever,...