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New Orleans Creole Restaurant has an upcoming event this Sunday that will present the music of Art Blakey and his famed band The Jazz Messengers. Beginning at 8:00 pm, the ensemble will play music from the Jazz Messengers’ 50-year history. "Drummer Art Blakey was at the...

Back in March I had the opportunity to walk with the Mayor on his Pioneer Square walking tour. It just so happened that I was scheduled to walk with him on the stretch of street where I live and pointed out a few concerns that...

The International Sustainability Institute has been recognized by many groups and news organizations over the past year for their work to green up and activate Seattle's alleys (see here, here, here, here, and here). They've collaborated with Feet First to have multiple "Nord Alley" parties...

NEWS Bottomfeeder: Archers of Loaves (Seattle Weekly) There's one thing the neighborhood still does better than just about any in town: meatloaf sandwiches. Art Blakey Tribute at the New Orleans - Sunday, May 30 (All About Jazz) The New Orleans Creole Restaurant will play host to a living retrospective...

On Saturday, April 24, 210 over 175 volunteers got together in the early morning to spruce up Pioneer Square.  Projects included: Weeding, planting & mulching the 1st Ave Medians Graffiti Paint Out Litter Pick Up Fortson Square beautification Storm Drain Stenciling Protective coating added to mural on 2nd & Washington A special...

With all of the interesting events that have been happening throughout downtown the last couple of months, this forum promises to be interesting (not to mention you also get to check out the new Hard Rock Cafe): If you can't see the text on the flyer,...