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Join PSCA for a brown bag on Wednesday, May 26th as they release the Draft Concept Plan for the Trail to Treasure.  This meeting will kick-off a month-long comment period for the plan.  The plan will be posted from May 26th thru June 25th at www.trail2treasure.org Trail to...

Residents, business owners, and other stakeholders in the Pioneer Square neighborhood have been lobbying for the past few months to bring the streetcar line a few extra blocks from the International District down into our neighborhood. Two weeks ago, the “Pioneer Square loop” was approved by...

Tina, the owner of Synapse206, has decided to retire from retail and will be closing her shop at the end of this month. Back in January of this year, I wrote a review of their store and its history. They have incredibly unique clothes, hats,...

On May 18, 2009 Vittana started with three guys, a dog and a mission to bring student loans to the developing world through micro-lending. In just one year, their community has grown to over 1,600 lenders from 22 different countries and together, they have lent...

Old and In the Way -- Is Pioneer Square preserving itself to death? (Seattle Weekly) Not really the best way to describe the Pioneer Square preservation board, but an interesting read nonetheless. I am meeting with the head of the board early this week to give...

In a Seattle Weekly cover story today, reporter Laura Onstot tackled the issue of the preservation board and questioned the effectiveness of their role in the neighborhood. The article looked at the following businesses/people who had to get approval from the preservation board for various changes...