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As part of her Masters in Design project, Kari Gaynor produced the following video on the ups and downs of Pioneer Square. It is a little over 20 minutes, but well worth the watch: The Ups and Downs of Pioneer Square from Kari Gaynor....

The Seattle Times has a feature on Ben Masin, owner of Masin's furniture and the reason why we have a historic district in Pioneer Square. Benjamin Masin, former president of the Pioneer Square Association and owner of Masins Fine Furnishings & Interior Design, died Tuesday in...

Little Uncle is a little walk up place on Madison that only has two seats -- sometimes referred to as the most coveted 2 seats in the city. Word is that they are also planning on offering cooking classes in the neighborhood. More from Seattle...

Delicatus, one of my favorite sandwich shops for lunch and dinner is now partnering with Fonte Coffee to offer coffee and espresso as well as their own baked goods. They will be open every morning M-F at 8am and starting last Sunday, they will be opening...

Seattle Eater posted that Tinello is having a soft opening this week: Owner Rudy LaValle (formerly of Rialto Pasta Bar & Grill), who is opening the place with his partner David Hahne (formerly of Enotria), says they will open the doors for Art Walk Thursday from...

Pioneer Square First Thursday | June 6th 6:00pm to 9:00pm Kick off summer and the longest days of the year: Stroll through the Nord Alley as they unveil their new permanent alley lighting! Also featuring Best of Nord Alley Artists - back for ONE NIGHT ONLY! Joe...