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DJC has an article today that announces Nuance Communications is leasing 46,000 square feet in Starbucks' new office building. According to their website, Nuance "is a leading provider of speech recognition, PDF converters, OCR solutions and document imaging solutions for businesses and consumers." "In 2008, after announcing...

Due to the success of "Parking for Peanuts" last month, PSCA is continuing their partnership with Merrill Place Garage (located on the corner of 1st Ave S + King Street) to offer free parking for the First Thursday Art Walk tomorrow. To take advantage of this...

As reported on SeattleCrime.com, Heavens club owner Paul Liddane kind of lost it three weeks ago when he "allegedly threatened to shoot staff, his wife, and his newborn child at the Group Health birthing center on Capitol Hill last week." According to the Capitol Hill Seattle...

NEWS Tat's tawks pastrami, takes bigger bite out of Pioneer Square (Seattle Times) Tat's moving and expanding their store -- new grand opening set for July 2nd. Mike McGinn's Latest Anti-Tunnel Bogeyman is the Impact on Pioneer Square (Seattle Weekly) McGinn has concerns on the tunnel's impact on Pioneer...

This week's Friday Feature is of a gym that is one of Seattle's oldest established health club facilities. Starting out in 1984 as the Sound Conditioning Club, it was purchased in 1995 by one of their personal trainers, Tija Petrovich and her partner Sandy. Back...

In July 2008, the Pioneer Square Community Association (PSCA), with support from the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, initiated a project to produce a Conceptual Plan to set forth a community vision for a recreational and interpretative trail through Seattle's historic Pioneer Square neighborhood. The...