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On April 15, 2010, Partners in Preservation, a partnership between the National Trust for Historic Preservation and American Express, announced 25 sites in the Seattle/Puget Sound area that will be eligible to win 1 million dollars to support preservation efforts. Voting starts on April 15th and closes...

As first reported on the Capitol Hill Seattle blog, we are losing our florist of 28 years to Capitol Hill. In an email at the end of March, Megan stated that "I love this neighborhood.  I am saddened to leave it, but in the same breath...

Synapse206 is starting a 50% off all inventory sale tomorrow. It is a great opportunity for folks to score some great items at below cost prices. Check out a review I did of Synapse back in January. The sale begins April 15th and continues through May. For...

With road and bridge construction to replace the southern mile of the Alaskan Way Viaduct scheduled to begin this summer, WSDOT and SDOT are launching a series of monthly meetings in Pioneer Square to spread the word about how this project will affect the neighborhood. Sponsored...

Here are photos from Occidental Mall + Occidental Park after the immigration rally and the glee flash mob. Check out the previous links to see a more detailed write up and videos -- it was a gorgeous, sunny day on Saturday and it was great...

Although it was estimated that anywhere from 5,000 - 8,000 people would attend the immigration rally in Occidental Square Park last Saturday, police estimated that there were more like 3,000 people that showed up. Over 70 buses brought people in from all across Washington State. According...