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Went on a walk through Pioneer Square this weekend, and joined the Instagram craze and took a few photos of what may be the last days of summer weather in our neighborhood: ...

Seattle's Pioneer Square: a whole lot of building going on? (Crosscut) Paul Allen's sports operation strikes a deal with King County and developer Kevin Daniels, and lifts its opposition to a long-awaited apartment project between Pioneer Square and the football stadium. Stadium parking shift coming for Pioneer...

Our issues with the streetcar were recently featured on PubliCola and the Seattle Transit Blog. Originally, PubliCola stated the following: The only thing is, the city never “promised” Pioneer Square it would build the streetcar to their neighborhood. In fact, according to city staff, the city...

Microsoft will be holding its Annual Employee Meeting at Safeco Field this Friday, September 23rd. There will be about 200 buses and 4,000 cars, 18,000-20,000 attendees. Cars will primarily park in the Safeco Field Garage and the CenturyLink Garage, with some people selecting to park in other...

From the Hornall Anderson blog: We were honored to participate in this historic event, and in turn chose to pay homage to Seattle’s 619 Arts Building on Western Ave., which has been a bastion for artists and patrons since 1979. Upon embarking on this project, we...

Thursday, September 22nd - 6:00 to 9:00pm in the Firehouse Alley (behind 109 1st Ave South, Seattle) Music by Marcus Lange & Dusty Mingling from 6:00 to 7:00pm Films and Dance from 7:00 to 9:00pm Join us for a viewing of the short film OTNEMEM: a sequel to Memento (the 5 minute NWFF...