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Sounds like it should be a song lyric or something. The link below is for a map given out at a public safety meeting (are you seeing the value of coming to these yet?): bicycle route Sergeant Paul Gracy handed these out to let people know what Bike...

As a quick follow up to the previous few posts and comments, here is a brief history of the homeless shelters in the neighborhood: The Compass Center, 1920 Union Gospel Mission, 1932 Bread of Life, 1939 Chief Seattle Club, 1970 Downtown Emergency Service Center, 1979 Lazarus Day Center, 1990 There may be...

And here is chance number 2 this week for becoming more involved in the neighborhood. This meeting promises food, yelling, complaining, maybe even a fist fight -- you never know with Pioneer Square! Just kidding -- but if it makes you want to come, keep believing...

Although it has a ridiculously long acronym, PSIDCPDA (Pioneer Square, International District Community Preservation & Development Authority) is working to "preserve and protect the unique character of the two districts." On Wednesday (Nov 11), they are hosting their annual Town Hall meeting where people can come...