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Updated–Artists to Poster Giant, “We all live in this city, please show us some respect, is that really too much to ask?” (Seattle PI - Arts) It began as a beautiful Sunday afternoon, I was sitting at my computer when reports started to come in that...

In addition to all of the construction that our neighborhood is dealing with in regards to the Viaduct and the new tunnel, we will also soon feel the impacts from the (wonderful) new streetcar that is coming: Wherever workers are tearing open and repaving the road,...

Scenes from Pioneer Square art walk April 2012 Just a few of the eye-catching things at this month's art walk, below. Artists: Forgive the quality of the pics, taken with a phone. Police: Man caught with meth in Pioneer Square (KOMONews) A 22-year-old man was arrested...

From WSDOT: If you’ve been near the Alaskan Way Viaduct lately, you know that construction of the SR 99 tunnel is well underway. The project has affected traffic and parking at the western edge of Pioneer Square and along the waterfront. More changes are on the...

Pioneer Square suffering from lack of public restrooms (Q13Fox) Pioneer Square is one of Seattle’s most active neighborhoods. Every year, millions of tourists, sports fans, nightclub goers, and homeless travel through the area – and none have any place to “go.” Residents and business owners...

[caption id="attachment_3854" align="alignnone" width="475" caption="Kids at the Seattle Square Market"][/caption] Last night, I participated in my first “focus group,” hosted by the Downtown Seattle Association (DSA). It brought together parents and soon-to-be parents who live in downtown to explore what works and what doesn’t work when...