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Tomorrow, June 5, is the annual Weather Education Day at Safeco Field. School kids-mostly elementary and middle school- from all over the state will start arriving at the ballpark around 8am. At 9:30am the gates will open and at 10am Steve Pool will...

Activating Streets: The makeover of Pioneer Square (Crosscut) The ISI has been studying streets and alleys in Seattle’s “first neighborhood” and suggesting ways to make them safer, more usable and appealing. 2 full-time rangers added to patrol Capitol Hill, Pioneer Square parks (Seattle Times) Seattle will add...

Delicatus is one of my favorite spots in Pioneer Square. Not only does it have amazing food (and as a vegetarian -- the BEST sandwich in the 'hood), but they stay open for dinner, and the owners are active in the neighborhood (and one even...

Family friendly entertainment, fun and games return for a second year! What:  Grab the family and get ready for the return of a Downtown Seattle favorite! The Waterfront Whimsea Family Fun Day will showcase family friendly entertainment such as Bubbleman, The Not-Its! and The Magic &...

It's Hip to be Pioneer Square (Seattle Mag) How our city’s revolutionary restaurateurs are changing a neighborhood, bite by bite Semi gets stuck under Pioneer Square pergola (King5) A semi driver attempting a right turn onto First Avenue ended up with the truck stuck under the...

Even if you're a local, it's a fun outing to go on the SubSeattle Tour. Although it's run by the Underground Tour, it is 100% above ground. You meet at the Underground Tour office, where your group will load up on one of their signature buses....