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A new electric-assist bike shop has recently opened on 1st and Main called Seattle E-Bike. They have a variety of E-Bikes (mountain, cruiser, compact) at pretty reasonable prices. I didn't grab an image of the store last time I walked past because it was already dark...

A Light Installation in Nord Alley Brought to you by: The Alley Network Project Constellation Alley is intended to evoke images of constellations and emulate the starry sky. Blue glowing orbs seemingly float above Nord Alley, while multiple strands of white globe and polka-dot LEDs create...

SDOT is holding an open house tonight for the First Hill Streetcar project that begins construction in April (via STB): Tuesday, February 28 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Union Station – Ruth Fisher Boardroom 401 South Jackson Street Seattle, WA 98104 Getting There: The main entrance is on Jackson Street between Fourth and...

Cat People - Fictilis is your new favorite gallery (The Stranger) Fictilis is sent from heaven. It's an 8-month-old, artist-run gallery in Pioneer Square that currently has a bunch of cat faces on display. SocEnt Weekend: Business Ideas That Can Make a Difference (Xconomy) The event kicks...

While we are all thrilled that the North Lot Development is finally underway, some residents and office workers have complaints about the noise from the pile driver. An actual twitter feed: And although I'm tired of the meme's (which seem to be popping up everywhere), the comments...