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On February 11, 2012, the day that would be Bill Speidel’s 100th birthday, a fittingly unique tribute commemorated Speidel, famed historian, preservationist and founder of the Underground Tour, who died in 1988. Bill Speidel Enterprises Inc. will release a series of audio recordings from the Speidel...

If you haven't made plans yet for Valentine's Day, you can still impress your significant other with a trip to Pioneer Square for a Valentine's Day Underworld Tour: Some might say that love don’t cost a thing, but in Seattle’s early days it certainly did! Spend...

Pioneer Square: a little fiber to go with all that brick (TechFlash) State-of-the-art tech companies that call Pioneer Square home finally have a broadband Internet service to keep up with their needs. City Planning Director Talks Waterfront Transportation (PubliCola) Looking at the part of the new Alaskan Way...

Projects of all Types Accepted in Three Program Tracks 2012-2013 Projects in Various Seattle Neighborhoods Storefronts Seattle is proud to announce the opening of the Request for Proposals for their 2012 project roster. Artists are sought to develop projects for vacant storefront spaces in various Seattle neighborhoods,...

So, this is a very weird news day in that I could only find two articles about Pioneer Square from last week: Pioneer Square's Big New Deal (Seattle Magazine) But the fact that gets Pioneer Square boosters really excited is the 738 new housing units to be...

An OED staff member (Chris Swenson) took this amazing photo recently from their offices in the Seattle Municipal Tower. You will most definitely want to click on it to view it larger: ...