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  Worse than Manhattan? Bike expert rattled by ride through city (Seattle Times) Residential neighborhoods are bike friendly, but Seattle is falling behind its peers in creating safe routes, especially downtown, says Rutgers professor John Pucher. Readers and writers remember Elliott Bay Book Co. (Seattle Times) Writers and readers...

I have added a page to this site where you can find information on where to rent market rate housing in the neighborhood. I get a lot of emails from people asking about options, and there haven't been a lot, but with The Post, and...

The brand-new weekly Pike Place Express Market kicks off in Pioneer Square's Occidental Park today. Market farmers and other vendors are excited to be in this new location and welcome Pioneer Square shoppers! Look for just-picked strawberries, cherries, asparagus, lettuces and other greens. Seattle Bagel Company...

Resident, firefighter injured in Seattle condo fire (KOMO) The fire, which started on a fifth-floor deck, was reported just after 6 p.m. at a condo in the 500 block of First Avenue South. A resident was barbecuing on the deck when the fire started, according to...

[caption id="attachment_4678" align="aligncenter" width="475"] Photo Credit: Seattle Magazine[/caption] Seattle Mag has a feature of Pioneer Square in its latest issue: Sorry, Capitol Hill. You are so last week. All of a sudden, restaurants and bars (not to mention boutiques and tech companies) are competing for real estate...