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This coming First Thursday will be the beginning of the second phase of Storefronts Seattle’s pilot program. Starting December 2nd, seven new art installations and two new creative businesses will make their temporary homes in vacant storefronts in Seattle’s Pioneer Square and Chinatown-International District neighborhoods....

You are cordially invited to the Crosscut Holiday Open House Thursday, December 2 5 – 8 pm 105 S Main Street, Suite 330 – enter on S Main Corner of 1st S & S Main in Pioneer Square (former location of Elliott Bay Book Co.) Join Crosscut members, writers,...

IMAGE OF THE WEEK The Christmas Tree being set up in Pioneer Square (!) Photo by Lisa Dixon of TAPS NEWS Crosscut has been all over Pioneer Square  ever since moving down to the neighborhood (and I love it!): How to revive Pioneer Square (Crosscut - guest post) "Lessons in urbanism...

If you are someone who needs help this Thanksgiving or know of someone, check out the information below: On Thanksgiving Day, Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission expects to serve an estimated 1,200 meals. In September, the Mission launched its third annual One Meal … One Hope Campaign...

From Commute Seattle: If you’re traveling around town via transit on Thursday or Friday this week, be aware that most Puget Sound agencies are operating on Sunday or reduced services schedules around the Thanksgiving holiday. THURSDAY, NOV. 26—THANKSGIVING DAY Metro busses, Sound Transit Express Bus Service and Central...