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Not sure if this lingo is PC, but here is a "KUOW Presents" radio spot on Pioneer Square's history of being one of the first places where gays and lesbians could socialize publicly. Check out the radio spot here....

Compared to previous years, the turnout for this year's Art Walk was fairly low. Here is a pic of Occidental at around 6:30: (also, check out the new holiday banners around 1st Ave + in Occidental) The Nord Alley Party was also happening Thursday night, so we...

The Seattle Times just came out with an article titled "Fashion boutiques try on Pioneer Square." The article goes into detail about different retail business already in Pioneer Square, and others thinking about opening shop down here. Businesses include: Gems Sneaker Shop Elliott Bay Book Co Deli Neodandi House of...

Did you know that Seattle has a Little Italy? They do, and they even have a slogan: "Where the food is authentic and you are always at home." We went and tried one of the Little Italy restaurants last week: Al Boccalino. Located at 1 Yesler (right...

There are so many things to do around Seattle on First Thursday. (If you need ideas, click here). Besides the art walk and the vendors set up in Pioneer Square, there are two events going on tonight that you don't want to miss. One is the...

Ideas for Seattle is a website that let’s anyone submit ideas for the future of our city (on behalf of Mayor-Elect McGinn). You can then log in and are given 10 votes to disperse among the ideas already submitted (a max of 3 per idea). Here...