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Pioneer Square First Thursday September 1st, 2011 5:30 to 8:30pm In the alley behind 314 1st Ave South (between Jackson & Main AND Occidental & First Ave S) Music by Parzival Food & Beverage by the Alley Network Project Sponsors include: International Sustainability Institute | Waste Management | Feet First Metropolitan Improvement District...

[caption id="attachment_3268" align="aligncenter" width="475" caption="Photo by Jordan Lewis (courtesty of ISI)"][/caption] Alley, Alley, in Come Free (Sightline) Once a stinking strip of menace that was friendlier to rats and crime than to hummus and dancing, Seattle’s Nord Alley is an urban place transformed. Cleared of dumpsters and...

The Seattle Times has an article out this morning talking about a dispute over parking that may stall the North Lot project: The problem: Developer Daniels Real Estate and the owner of the stadium, known until recently as Qwest Field, haven't reached agreement on replacing 491...

Come one, come all to the 2011 Night Market this Saturday, August 27th! From 6-11PM, local vendors will take over South King Street and Hing Hay Park to showcase a unique mix of cultural arts and crafts and international cuisine. In addition to...

Trail to Treasure brings to life a collection of stories about historic Pioneer Square. Hear stories of the unique people, places and events that helped shape the history and development of Pioneer Square. Free of charge, limited to 15 people RSVP to sally@pioneersquare.org or call 206.667.0687 meet @...