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NEWS Seattle's Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) takes steps toward establishing a Pioneer Square location (Seattle Times) The Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) held an inaugural shindig on Aug. 5 in Pioneer Square's Globe Building, the former home of the Elliott Bay Book Company, and it's hosting...

I already posted about art at the First Thursday art walk, but had so many pictures already, I decided to break out a "people" post separately. In the "style on the street" post from this morning, I mentioned that I don't like to ask people about...

As I mentioned in the previous post, I spent time walking around Pioneer Square, taking photos of different artists that had opened their galleries. I took so many photos that I'm breaking it up into two posts -- one with art at the market and...

I have a confession to make: Even though I don't know the first thing about fashion, I've always wanted to start a blog where I take pictures of stylishly-dressed individuals out on the street (or even just people with great hair). There are tons of people...

In addition to the amazing mix of activities at the Seattle Square market this summer, one of the highlights for me has been the “children’s area,” hosted by Jeff + Annie Strain, a wonderful local family (and new Pioneer Square business owners). Although it’s been different...

A group of residents in Pioneer Square have begun to reclaim their street, beginning with the small act of turning three planters that used to be filled with garbage and cigarette butts into gorgeous flower pots filled with petunias and geraniums. And to many residents...