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From the DJC: The move would allow businesses to get more bandwidth than is available today at speeds up to 100 times faster than is currently available. Mayor Mike McGinn said businesses have told the city Internet speeds in Pioneer Square are “barely adequate.” McGinn...

IMAGE OF THE WEEK: NEWS Microsoft shutters one of its last scrappy vestiges: Pioneer Studios (Seattle PI) Three years after opening Pioneer Studios, one of the last vestiges of scrappiness in Microsoft corporate culture, the company confirmed it has moved out. The shutdown of Microsoft’s Pioneer Studios is an...

Tour sign up is available during the event in the entrance of the Great Hall at Union Station. Each tour can accommodate 30 people. 2:00 – 3:00 Waterlines: Pioneer Square Walking Tour Join us for a 45 minute walk along the pre-1850 shoreline of Pioneer Square,...

NEWS Alaskan Way Viaduct project: Now the back-ups begin (KOMO News) Andy Farashahi, whose Persian rug shop sits underneath the span, says the detours, closures and confusion are keeping customers away. "People - they don't want to come down to Pioneer Square or down by the waterfront....

Free Concerts every Wednesday and Friday from noon-1:30pm in Downtown Seattle Produced by the Metropolitan Improvement District in cooperation with the Downtown Seattle Association, the popular Out to Lunch Summer Concert Series – now in its 33rd year – will showcase exciting local and national acts...