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PubliCola has a post calling for volunteers to help count downtown bicyclists: The Seattle Department of Transportation needs volunteers for their 2010 citywide and downtown bicycle counts on Sept 15 from 6:30-9:00 am. SDOT is ramping up its data collection efforts for 2010. Previously, the agency alternated...

If you are looking for non-traditional weddings, mock weddings, commitment ceremonies, or even ceremonies "just because you're hot" (yes, their ad really says that), look no further. Pioneer Square is getting its very own "Shotgun Ceremonies" in the former retail location occupied by Synapse206. Following the motto,...

The Downtown Seattle Association, Seattle Police Department and the American Institute of Architects, will join Mayor Mike McGinn to host a free two-hour seminar on Crime Prevention through Environmental Design at 6:30pm tomorrow (Wednesday, August 25) in the Bertha Knight Landes Room at City Hall...

BIKE PORT is a model facility designed to be used by communities throughout Washington State to increase bicycling as transportation, and is managed by the non-profit Bicycle Alliance of Washington: Advocates for bicyclists and a bicycle-friendly Washington. At Seattle BIKE PORT, the Bicycle Alliance is committed...

NEWS Website rates your neighborhood's walkability and your commute costs (Seattle Times) Seattle's most walkable neighborhood is Pioneer Square, with a score of 99! (followed by downtown, 97; First Hill, 96; Belltown, 95; and Roosevelt, 96) Lots of Obama articles: Obama: "I'll have a turkey sandwich and a Jammer...