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Please come to a community open house celebrating the 100th anniversary of Union Station and the launch of "Trail to Treasure", a historic interpretive trail through Pioneer Square. The celebration will feature walking tours, information about planning efforts affecting the neighborhood,...

NEWS Review: 'It's All Good' at Catherine Person (Seattle Times) Longtime Seattle arts-scene fixture Catherine Person is closing her gallery, but not ending her career, nor is she spending time on regrets. She ends her run as a gallery owner on Third Avenue with a diligently crafted...

This summer, Seattle Tilth will teach apartment and condominium dwellers how to grow vegetables and herbs in containers and how to compost food waste indoors or on balconies or patios. Great for beginning and experienced gardeners, these classes provide new ideas and troubleshoot site challenges....

Event details: Thursday/May 5th, 5-9pm In the alley WEST of Occidental (behind 314 1st Ave S) Alleys are an important part of our city network, providing space for trash, service trucks, underground parking access, deliveries, and fire access. While alleys serve many valuable and irreplaceable functions,...

p.s. did anyone else see that Merchants Cafe was supposed to re-open last Saturday? Anyone been yet? NEWS + BLOGS Mayor McGinn's nifty ideas to make Seattle's nights safer (Seattle Times) Two good ideas for greater public safety in Seattle at night: a pay-forward option for the next...

Since opening in Nov. 2010 to rave reviews in downtown Seattle, BuiltBurger has quickly established a loyal following by captivating burger lovers’ hearts with signature handmade “flavored” burgers. Builts are big, bold and fearless with a global assortment of iconic flavors known for their...