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The Unearth Collective is looking for volunteers who would like to help create a temporary installation in Pioneer Square, Seattle on May 2nd, 2013. The installation, O Horizon, will be a large-scale, immersive tactile artwork that will transform the paved ground of NORD ALLEY into...

Belltown’s Roq La Rue Gallery moving to Pioneer Square (Seattle PI - Belltown) After 15 years of being in Belltown, Roq La Rue Gallery is moving after being informed they are losing their space in Belltown. Their new home will be at 532 1st Ave S...

InfraSource, Puget Sound Energy’s natural gas service provider, started construction today along South Jackson Street between Second and Third avenues (see map). The work is to relocate portions of PSE’s natural gas system in coordination with the construction of the Seattle First Hill Streetcar Project....

Traffic alert: How tunnel machine’s arrival will affect bicyclists (West Seattle Blog) WSDOT asked the West Seattle blog to share an alert for bicycle riders regarding how its arrival will affect the shared-use path along the Pioneer Square waterfront. Seattle's bread bakers blend science and art for...

Seattle-area artists play with visual rhythms from nature (Seattle Times) In two new Pioneer Square exhibits, photographer John Anderson and artist Dion Zwirner play with visual rhythms, patterns and colors derived from nature. Both shows run through March 30, 2013 Stowell’s Bar Cotto Offers Delicious Cures For...

There is a video up on YouTube (with what looks like Chinese subtitles?) that showcases renderings and fly-throughs of The Embassy Suites at the Stadium Place development. According to the caption, "this is a project that combines residential, office, and recreational spaces with an ease of...