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MapQuest has started a new site called m(q)vibe, which gives a "Vibe Score" for neighborhoods. The score is "a composite of Walkability, Popularity, Going Out, Edginess, Burbiness, and Residential scores," which include what it would take to achieve a vibrant lifestyle in that community, compared...

Today, El Gaucho will serve its 2,500th meal at Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission’s Men’s Shelter to homeless individuals. Over the past year, El Gaucho’s chefs and staff have donated, prepared and served healthy and delicious lunches every third Wednesday to anyone who walks through our...

Tea Party Launches Occupy Skid Row Movement (Huffington Post) Fed up with what they see as a preponderance of unpleasant poor people controlling the national agenda, the Tea Party has countered the burgeoning Occupy Wall Street movement with its own series of radical protest groups...

Announcing Pioneer Square as the "original heart of Seattle," Schoenfeld Interiors has a new video ad that shows off their beautiful and historic showroom. A part of Seattle since 1865, they show clips of the positive things that our neighborhood has to offer, and invites people...

Seattle’s Pioneer Square has tech, needs tribe (GeekWire) With Zynga and now HTC joining companies like Isilon Systems, BlueNile, Yapta and Payscale there, Pioneer Square is proving it’s a place where geeks want to work. But until Seattle’s first neighborhood stays up past rush hour, it...

Just last month, tech company Stray Boots announced "a new way to explore Seattle." You can now tour Pioneer Square (+ Pike Place + the SAM) through a great interactive walking tour with your cell phone as your guide. From their website: Seattle:  The Game combines the...