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by Courtney Crockett As anyone who moves to Pioneer Square quickly discovers, the only grassy knoll available for dogs to romp and survey the world resides at Century Link Field. In moving here nearly 10 years ago, it immediately became my destination for walking my dogs...

by RaNae Vodder I have to admit that I was one of the few people who were a little stressed out that it was actually going to rain last Sunday.  My friends spoke to being relieved for their gardens and felt like we were "due".  But, it had been...

by RaNae Vodder My husband and I went for a walk down Occidental Thursday night and were surprised to see strings of pretty lights and people doing the tango in Occidental Park! There was live music, people of all skill levels dancing and a diverse audience of bystanders. It looked like...

by Beth Berube Mark your calendar! July 25th is the first annual Pioneer Square pub crawl. This year's theme is Loggers and Lagers in commemoration of the early years of this gem of a district. Yesler Avenue, once known as Skid Road, was home to Yesler's lumber...

by Courtney Crockett A gentle reminder to visit the neighborhood Farmers Market Express on Wednesday 1 July. An amazing array of brightly colored flowers, berries and cherries, summer vegetables, honey and jam,  and freshly made tamales. Participants This Week Include: Shong Chao’s Farm – Flowers and Produce Chue Neng Cha Farm...

by Courtney Crockett JULY FIRST THURSDAY ART WALK on 2 July from 6 - 9 pm. Seattle's original Art Walk features more than 50 participating galleries and venues on the first Thursday of every month. Free and open to the public. Free parking with voucher at participating garages. https://www.facebook.com/pioneersquare. DANCING TIL DUSK on 9 July from 6 -...