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The deep-bore wisdom of Tim Ceis (Crosscut) When asked about the tunnel's impact on Pioneer Square, Ceis say's it'll be "Utopia," a neighborhood reconnected, the Washington Boat Landing restored, the increase in street and bus traffic good for the place. "Carmageddon? I don't think so." Pro |...

From the Seattle Transit Blog: Friday, Aug. 5 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Free shuttles begin service between Othello Station and the hydro course. 12:45 p.m.-2:40 p.m. I-90 bridge closed both eastbound and westbound, mainline and express lanes – between Interstate 5 in Seattle to Island Crest...

Although we know it doesn't solve our problems down here, I think it's great the efforts from the Seattle police force to continually keep our neighborhood in check. I also love that the SPD blotter included a photo of the drugs and money that they...

The fantastic Occidental Square Park Chess Tournament is coming back this year. It was an exciting event last year, as an "incognito" Brooklyn chess prodigy showed up at the tournament -- and won, of course. Tournament site: Occidental Park in Pioneer Square, Seattle WA., Sunday, August 21st 2011 at...

Sally Clark and her legislative assistant David Yeaworth have been paying a lot of attention to Pioneer Square lately, including frequent walks in the neighborhood with Alliance for Pioneer Square staff, and supporting reduced parking hours, adding extra police patrols, and other initiatives listed here...