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Keeping artists in the city: Are we there yet? (Crosscut) Seattle has developed a report out of lengthy discussions about providing work spaces for artists. But a lot is left to the artists themselves. Reminder: Metro offers free bus rides for cyclists (Seattle PI) The offer is...

Join Commute Seattle and elected officials for complimentary coffee and bagels in celebration of National Bike Month! Downtown Seattle has one of the largest percentages of bicycle commuters in the nation and, in honor of National Bike Month, Commute Seattle is celebrating those commuters with...

From the Klondike: I'm trying to spread the word a bit more about an exciting free event we have going on this weekend: Klondike! The Great Alaskan Gold Rush, a musical adventure from Seattle to the wild Yukon. A story for the entire family. Witness the...

Artist group Rebar to unveil artwork at the station’s newly refurbished Jackson Plaza during Seattle’s First Thursday Art Walk The artist group Rebar will unveil their temporary installation Seattlight at King Street Station's newly refurbished Jackson Plaza for the First Thursday Art Walk in Seattle’s Pioneer...

+P*ALLEY*DROMES by J. Kempson + L. Keene + S. Marshall A variety of moss made words will demonstrate a fun mixture of palindromes which can be read from left to right and right to left down the alley walls. + ALLEY PALLET by J. Bennetto Alley Pallets, transforms discarded...

This is an email that went out today from the Alliance for Pioneer Square. They are an incredible organization that has been doing amazing things for the neighborhood in the past year or so. Any issue faced by our neighborhood -- I can guarantee that...