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IMAGE OF THE WEEK: (image credit: travel blog) NEWS Family finds Pioneer Square to be the fine life (Seattle Times) The homeowner describes Pioneer Square as "the most invigorating, the most intellectually stimulating, the most fun place to live in the whole city." She's noticed that the people who...

According to the DJC, Seattle's recession ended a week ago. The reason being that Isilon just rented 180,000 sq ft in Pioneer Square. "A lot of the action has been in Pioneer Square, and this has Kevin Daniels, president of Daniels Development, eager to start what is...

SDOT announced citywide changes to parking, but it seems like Pioneer Square is getting the worst of it. Sure, other neighborhoods are facing the same increases in rates and hours, but if we needed to, I'd be willing to pit our neighborhood against any of...

IMAGE[s] OF THE WEEK: image source and of course, I had to include one of the 619 taken by WSDOT: NEWS Fire damages Pioneer Square building Sunday evening (Seattle Times) "The fire, which started at about 5:40 p.m. in the 200 block of First Avenue South, was deemed an accident,...

Guest Post by Redd Walitzki (Seattle Artist - candygears.com) It's hard to imagine that in two years time, the window I'm painting by won't exist. The cars rushing past me on the viaduct, the bubbling stream of voices from the Underground tour, and the comforting pink glow...