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From Delicatus' newsletter: Join Delicatus' for our weekly Tuesday Night Wine Tasting from 5-7pm. We will be offering wonderful ideas for Holiday Dinner Parties. As some of you know and many of you may not, we have introduced wine retail here at the Deli and offer...

On Thanksgiving Day, Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission expects to serve over 2,000 meals at six locations across King County. This does not include the 30,700 meals that are being provided by the 1,181 turkeys the Mission donated to local food banks and other meal service...

Alaskan Way Viaduct work zone expands into Pioneer Square and waterfront (WSDOT) For the past three years, construction has been confined to a work zone west of Seattle’s stadiums for the State Route 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement project. Starting this month, though, state and city...

We all loved them didn’t we? The whimsical yarn bombs in Occidental Park? The Alliance for Pioneer Square and Center City Parks have teamed up with artist Suzanne Tidwell to re-decorate the park and mall for the holidays. AND they need your help. They need YOU...