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Last year's "Thrill the World" was a huge success, with close to 200 dancers showing up in Occidental Square to participate in Michael Jackson's thriller dance. This year will be the 27th anniversary of the "Thriller" video, and groups around the world will again try to...

The Chinatown/International District is hosting a night market this Saturday from 6pm - 11pm at Hing Hay Park (423 Maynard Ave South and South King Street). The evening features local vendors offering shoppers tempting foods, gifts, art and other must have accessories. Shop in the heart...

Last month, the City of Seattle added crime mapping to their "My Neighborhood Map" on seattle.gov. The "crime types" that are broken out on the map include the following; Crimes Against Persons Drugs + Vice Property Crime/Theft Transportation Miscellaneous (false alarm, disorderly conduct, treaspassing/loitering, etc) By clicking on a symbol, you can...

This post goes along with my comments from yesterday about going carless in downtown Seattle. We're officially on our fourth day and it's (mostly) been great. In case you're already a transit lover, or planning to go without a car in the near future, check...