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Thursday, March 10th will feature a fun-filled happy hour supporting Washington C.A.S.H. (Community Alliance for Self-Help)! For the 2nd "Cocktails for C.A.S.H." event, they've added a Seattle-themed trivia contest for the competitive and the curious who want to test their knowledge of the great NW. Bring your...

IMAGE OF THE WEEK: From Pioneer Square Artist Sam Day: NEWS Tower project in Qwest Field lot may break ground this year (Seattle Times) An ambitious plan to redevelop part of Qwest Field's north parking lot, considered key to Seattle's Pioneer Square, should finally break ground this year, the...

The Alliance for Pioneer Square is hosting SDOT to learn about the study and hear your ideas. SDOT is gathering feedback from January-March from area stakeholders. This is a great opportunity to give your ideas for how to improve the public realm, transportation infrastructure, pedestrian...

(source: Joe Mabel) Background on the cafe: Built in 1890, The Merchant's Café has been in continuous operation ever since, making it Seattle's oldest restaurant. In the 1920s and '30s, the upstairs functioned as a hotel, the Merchant's...

Yes, my friends, it's true. Someone is finally gutsy enough to bring Mardi Gras back to Pioneer Square. (for some background, see this post on the Seattle Mardi Gras riots in 2001) The group that originally intended to do Mardi Gras on the 10th anniversary of...

A few weeks ago, Urban Visions and Olson Kundig Architects hosted a design charrette for the plot of land at 167 S Washington St (directly south of Fuel and adjacent to McCoy's firehouse). The backgrounds of participants in the charrette consisted mostly of people who currently...