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This notice came from SDOT to Pioneer Square residents today: To those living or working in the Pioneer Square and SODO neighborhoods, I’m emailing this afternoon to help pass along the word that two US Navy A18 Prowlers will do a flyover of...

Two construction projects began Monday, Jan. 3 that created temporary reroutes for several King County Metro Transit bus routes that normally travel on First Avenue South through Pioneer Square and the SODO area of Seattle. Then in February, those buses – and others – will...

Seattle City Light is planning to resume its work to remove five major power lines (feeders) off the Alaskan Way Viaduct (AWV). The feeders must come off the AWV in preparation for the viaduct replacement program and under its tight time line. After honoring...

Beginning Thursday January 13th, 2011 Yoga Foundations: Every Thursday evening from 5:45pm-7:15pm Cost: $12 drop- in or $120 for a 10 class punch card with your 11th class FREE!! 89 Yesler Way, 3rd floor Pioneer Square, Seattle, 98104 (next door to Café Palomas & the Cigar Shop) Yoga Foundations is...

It's great to be back! I've missed a lot of news in the neighborhood the past two weeks, but it was great to go offline for a little while. Hope you all had a great break and have set some great goals for 2011. This...

IMAGE OF THE WEEK Titled: "Typical Pioneer Square" from the blog UrbanHybrid: NEWS Return to the Sandwich District (The Stranger) Review of three new sandwich shops: BuiltBurger, the Berliner, and Calozzi's. Pioneer Square office building sold to Vermont firm (Seattle Times) 103-year old "Westland Building" at 1st Ave S + S...