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NEWS In Pioneer Square, thousands rally for changes in immigration (Seattle Times) Waving little American flags and chanting in Spanish and English, thousands of people rallied for a comprehensive change in the way the nation deals with immigration at a boisterous rally in Pioneer Square Saturday. Finding a...

Just to get this out of the way: I love Glee. When the Glee flash mob was announced on the Seattle PI and Publicola, someone astutely observed that this was less of a flash mob and more of a promotion for Glee's new season. Which is...

Trinity Nightclub is celebrating its 5 Year Anniversary this weekend. Check out their plans, including DJ Dan, Gabe Saporta, and their featured guest: The Black Eyed Peas. Thursday, April 8th Original west coast underground party icon DJ Dan is the heart and soul of rave culture...

Where: GGLO Space at the Steps, 1301 First Ave, Level A Date: Thursday, April 8, 2010 Time: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Enter through door located about 1/4 of the way down the Harbor Steps (click for map) Pioneer Square is home to the Seattle's largest concentration of preserved...

The City of Seattle is expecting anywhere from 5,000 - 8,000 people to crowd Occidental Park this Saturday, April 10th,  to participate in a national day of action in support of comprehensive immigration reform. They will not be closing streets ahead of time but SDOT/SPD will...

According to the DJC, "the Furuya and Corgiat Building"  is a co-winner for Historic Seattle's 2010 preservation award for best rehabilitation. (Furuya was renamed as the Pacific Commercial building because people couldn't pronounce the real name) To check out a great post detailing the rehabilitation of...