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[caption id="attachment_5551" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Image Courtesy of Intrigue Chocolate Co.[/caption] by Courtney Crockett To realize construction of a new tasting bar, build a scullery and paint the walls, Intrigue Chocolate Co Founders, Karl Mueller and Aaron Barthel, partnered with neighborhood financial start-up, Community Sourced Capital.  Stationed out...

by RaNae Vodder  I live just a few hundred feet from Century Link field and am ignorant about the sport of soccer.  I decided to interview some local, die hard soccer  fans to find out what I need to know about soccer and what to do in Pioneer...

by Courtney Crockett This March First Thursday Art Walk is the perfect time to share discovery of The New Foundation Seattle. Having passed by the location at 312 2nd Ave S on any number of occasions since its opening 6 months ago, I made my way through...

By Sarah Norton At the January Residents’ Council meeting, the “Pioneer’s Carolers,” gave a report on their first season of caroling around the Square. The group, made of PS residents, had eight singers and the musical selections were compiled and arranged by Nile Norton of the...

Little Uncle serves its final lunch on Wednesday, 25 February. An early contributor to our neighborhood renaissance, the restaurant opened just two years ago in the renovated subterranean space on Yesler. With casual table and counter seating and dishes inspired by those made in the street side stalls...