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NEWS Shooting Assault Downtown, suspect(s) at large (SPD Police Blotter) Officers were “monitoring a crowd near 2nd and James” this morning (2am) when they heard gunshots at 150 Yesler. A male sustained a gunshot to his shoulder, but apparently he and his friends have been “uncooperative” with...

After attending a lecture on “Understanding Addiction,” many of us left Town Hall wishing that there had been more discussion on what’s happening in Seattle right now regarding “street addiction” and how to face it as a community. Bill Hobson has been the Executive Director of...

I went to Town Hall last night to listen to bestselling writer and physican Gabor Maté talk about his book "Understanding Addiction." I said on the "About Us" page that I was basically doing this blog for me -- to understand things and people that...

Part 2 On Tuesday, I wrote some insights to what the police do in Pioneer Square and some of the general problems our neighborhood faces. Today, I'm writing about the exciting part of the ride along: catching the bad guys. After chatting in the coffee shop, Sgt....

I spent about 3 hours on Saturday pretending I was in law enforcement. Who doesn't want the opportunity to do that? It's kind of like being part of Law & Order, but not actually having to risk your life or do any paperwork afterwards. Part...

There hasn't been much news about Pioneer Square this past week (which is sometimes a good thing), but check out the new Events Calendar -- I'm working hard to find any and all events happening in the Square and add it there. If you have...