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After featuring a lot of retail and ground level shops, I thought it was about time to feature one of our above-ground companies: Zulily Zulily is an online store that offers crazy discounts (up to 70% off of retail) on items for moms, kids, and babies....

Every January, volunteers throughout Seattle and King County come together in a combined effort to determine the number of homeless people who are either sleeping in the streets or in shelters. This effort is called the “One Night Count” (see posts here and here). The...

Save the Date: Thursday, May 20th Team Diva believes that you cannot have a great city and ignore your urban, historic core. Pioneer Square is one of Seattle's oldest neighborhoods and has been hit hard by the economic downturn. Many retailers and residents have started...

NEWS Pioneer Square tailor serving customers for 3 decades (Seattle Times) Pioneer Square tailor Be Van Nguyen arrived at Sea-Tac airport almost three decades ago with the clothes he was wearing, a small box containing a book, a pen, socks, a T-shirt and "not one cent in...