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NEWS Gunshots fired in Pioneer Square early Saturday (Seattle Times) Seattle police say that gunshots were fired in Pioneer Square early Saturday morning after residents yelled at noisy pedestrians to be quiet. Nobody was hurt. Shop Seattle's newest outdoor market on Saturdays in Pioneer Square (NW Source) The recent...

From SDOT's On the Move: (image credit: Seattle PI) Seafair Torchlight Parade: 7:30 – 11 p.m. 300,000 estimated attendance Parade route: starts at Fourth Avenue N and Broad Street; south on Fourth to S Washington Street; west on Washington to Second Avenue S; south on Second to King Street;...

I introduced the ArtSparks program a little more than a month ago here, but I also wanted to post the schedule of events so that you don't miss anything -- there are some really great installations this summer, and many of them are integrated into...

Patent Pending will have a retrospective poster show at the Design Commission Gallery in Seattle's Pioneer Square. Digging deep into the archives, this will be the first time their 11 year body of influential poster work will be seen in its (near) entirety. They are...

NEWS Elliott Bay Book Company's move was a blessing in disguise for Pioneer Square (Crosscut) The Main Street program is coming to Seattle, and a new move to revitalize the neighborhood puts the onus of success on the Square's little guys, which some argue is right where...

**Update -- Just found this great article written by Knute Berger (crosscut) on the new Main Street Program:  Elliott Bay Book Company's move was a blessing in disguise for Pioneer Square The Alliance for Pioneer Square is hosting a Main Street Training July 26-29 (this week)....