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by Courtney Crockett With the waterfront redevelopment and the tunnel project, all of the rude construction makes it easy to neglect our neighborhood offerings on Alaskan Way South. That is one reason to go to the OK Hotel Gallery on 4 June First Thursday Art Walk. Another...

by RaNae Vodder Last week I posted a survey link on  Nextdoor asking Pioneer Square residents to share their favorite local eateries for breakfast, lunch, dinner and happy hour. As I review the responses of my "not exactly scientific or statistically significant" survey, I can't help but...

By Beth Berube “Eye of newt, and toe of frog, Wool of bat, and tongue of dog, Adder’s fork, and blind-worm’s sting, Lizard’s leg, and howlet’s wing.” A Macbeth witch seeking essentials for a potion might find at least some of these ingredients arranged methodically on armoire shelves inside this...

By Sarah Norton It's spring and there's music in the air -- your neighbors are singing this coming Monday, May 11th, at Café Paloma, just across from the Pergola. The program will begin at 7:00 pm with two young pianists, and then moves to a menu...

Velouria First Thursday Art Walk Event on 7 May from 6-9 pm by Courtney Crockett One of our lovely neighborhood retail stores, Velouria is having an event this First Thursday Art Walk as part of an ongoing curatory collaboration with Shawn Parks, Founder of QMNIQBL (pronounced communicable). The occasion features large-scale architectural mobiles by...

  By Beth Berube My lifelong fascination with Pioneer Square began when I was around ten. Mom crammed my sisters and me into the back seat of our green Studebaker and we were off on an adventure, leaving sleepy Issaquah in the rear view mirror, bound...