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Too old for trick-or-treats? Then come in for a special R-rated Underworld Tour on Halloween, October 31. The Underworld Tour is an adults-only stroll through the old red-light district of the abandoned, underground city that was Seattle’s birthplace. A big-sister version of the world-famous Underground Tour, the...

Young Educator Targets Seattle For Charter School; Dreams of Pioneer Square Warehouse (Seattle Weekly) Hannah Williams, a 30-year-old educator, plans to apply for charter authorization in November and hopes to plant her high-concept school in a Pioneer Square warehouse. Curiosity keeps Private Eye Tours in business...

Country’s smallest national park — in Pioneer Square — also suffers in government shutdown (Q13 Fox) The Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park in Seattle’s Pioneer Square is the smallest national park and it’s closed, due to the U.S. government shutdown. Seattle's Klondike Gold Rush Museum may...

From Seattle Parks Foundation: Join us on Thursday, September 26th for a Seattle mayoral forum. The event will feature general elections candidates Senator Ed Murray and Mayor Mike McGinn and will be moderated by political analyst C.R. Douglas of Q13 FOX News. Olympic Sculpture Park 2901 Western Ave Seattle,...

Join ArtXchange Gallery and Neodandi for a multi-sensory art experience Neoillusion Teaism Thursday, September 26, 2013 At this one-of-a-kind event, audience members will sip artisan, hand processed teas, as Tea Artist, Guitian Li performs a celebration of deliberate living through studied motion and conveyance of the Art of...