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Hopefully it will be back up soon because I always see tourists from the tunnel consulting the maps on there. Update: A commenter on the PI made a good point that hopefully the map will be updated before it goes up again, and I definitely...

The International Sustainability Institute (ISI) will be hosting alpine stages of the Tour de France on a large screen project in the Nord Alley (just like the World Cup - see here and here) on July 19th, 20th and 22nd. Come show your support for making...

This is a call for volunteers for The Seattle Square, the new outdoor market coming to our neighborhood this Saturday. This market has been totally volunteer-organized and volunteer-driven and they would love to get more volunteers to help out. There is a formal volunteer meeting set...

From the ArtHash blog: The Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, in partnership with Shunpike, seeks up to 12 artists to develop temporary installations for 12 vacant storefronts in Seattle's Pioneer Square and Chinatown/International District neighborhoods. The installation project, titled Storefronts Seattle, will be on...

Mayor Mike McGinn invites residents to apply for three open positions (one architect, one attorney and one retail owner in Pioneer Square) on the Pioneer Square Preservation Board. Individuals who have an interest in the historical preservation of the district are encouraged to apply. The 10-member...