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Who: xom fine woodworking (Matthew Richter) What: A three-month “pop-up” gallery featuring original furniture designs Where: 610 Second Avenue, Seattle (one block north of Smith Tower) When: Opening reception Thursday, December 2, 2010 from 6 pm to 10 pm Regular gallery hours Fridays through Sundays, 11 am – 5...

The Alliance for Pioneer Square has done amazing things for this neighborhood in a very short amount of time. I've heard from a lot of people that they've noticed an energy shift in the neighborhood and many stakeholders are feeling more positive about the future. But...

IMAGE OF THE WEEK: Ok.. so the image might not be an incredible shot of Pioneer Square, but check out this loft that's available in Pioneer Square. One of the main reasons I love Pioneer Square -- it's unique living spaces. NEWS BuiltBurger opens shop in Pioneer Square...

A new recreational walking map has been released by the City "to help Seattle residents and visitors choose a walking route that best suits their interests and fitness level." To help plan your walk, all of the routes and paths on the map have been...

From the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods and Citywide Neighborhood Council (CNC): We are currently seeking input from community groups throughout Seattle as a way to find out how to support the evolution of the Neighborhood District Council system as a key avenue for civic participation in...

A group called "Acupuncturists Without Borders" have partnered with Blues to Do to organize an event this Thursday for Veterans Day; especially to help those who suffer from depression or PTSD. 15 bands will play in 7 clubs this Thursday, starting at 8pm. $10 suggested donation...