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Mark your calendar for April 23rd when Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park will once again host a National Junior Ranger Day. Kids will be able to test their skills at panning for authentic "fake Klondike gold" and participate in other neat...

NEWS Exec: ShareBuilder to stay in Seattle (PSBJ) The pending sale of online stock broker ShareBuilder Securities Corp., which employs about 350 in Pioneer Square, probably won’t change operations or staffing here, according to President Dan Greenshields. State keeps list of where DUI suspects say they drank (Seattle...

As a part of its Centennial Celebration, the Port is engaging with citizens via roundtables to gather feedback about its role in the community and to support conversations with influential community members and Port officials. This event is the second of seven roundtables and will...

Storefronts Seattle is launching nine new site-specific projects in storefront spaces in downtown Seattle this week. The project debuted in late 2010 as an experiment in activating vacant spaces with art, creative enterprise, and performance. Since that time, this incredibly successful program has presented over...

If I haven't mentioned before, I have a pretty busy full-time job downtown. When that job gets really busy or I'm traveling more, this blog tends to suffer a little bit a lot, so I apologize. I also apologize for this super late notice about a...