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Wednesday, July 1, 2015 -- 10:08 am
Get Your Cherries On!
The New Pioneer Square - by Courtney Crockett A gentle reminder to visit the neighborhood Farmers Market Express on Wednesday 1 July. An amazing array of brightly colored flowers, berries and cherries, summer vegetables, honey and jam,  and freshly made tamales. Participants This Week Include: Shong Chao's Farm - Flowers and Produce Chue Neng Cha Farm - Flowers and Produce Martin Family […] Read more...
Tuesday, June 30, 2015 -- 3:22 pm
Summer Event Calendar
The New Pioneer Square - by Courtney Crockett JULY FIRST THURSDAY ART WALK on 2 July from 6 – 9 pm. Seattle's Original Art Walk features more than 50 participating galleries and venues on the first Thursday of every month. Free and open to the public. Free parking with voucher at participating garages. https://www.facebook.com/pioneersquare. DANCING TIL DUSK on 9 July from 6 – 9:30 pm. A night of free music, dance […] Read more...
Sunday, June 28, 2015 -- 8:07 pm
First Hill streetcars running another month behind
Seattle Times - ... time to finish testing by June. The first train, sky blue, has occasionally run the 1.6-mile route from Pioneer Square to mid-Capitol Hill since March. Three more trains are undergoing preliminary tests, one is in final assembly in Seattle, one just ... Read more...
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 -- 12:29 pm
Prepare in the Square - Classes near you!
The New Pioneer Square - By Beth Berube "The longer the island of knowledge, the longer the shoreline of wonder." Ralph W. Sockman. Being an avid DIY kind of person, I was delighted to discover a few establishments in our neighborhood that offer classes. I thought the only type of course I would stumble upon would be culinary, but that […] Read more...
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 -- 10:10 am
Summer Farmers Market is Open
The New Pioneer Square - by Courtney Crockett Pioneer Square's Express Farmers Market is Open! In addition to Seattle's original farmers market, Pike Place Market operates weekly Express farmers markets at City Hall, First Hill, Pioneer Square and South Lake Union. The Express market brings fresh and local produce, flowers and food to Pioneer Square residents and workers every Wednesday […] Read more...
Friday, June 12, 2015 -- 10:07 am
8 great things to do this weekend in and around Seattle
Seattle Times - ... Bethany Jean Clement's restaurant-news roundup for the lowdown on new foodie destinations in Columbia City, Pioneer Square, Capitol Hill and Frelard. On the menus: seafood, pizza, BBQ and more. COCKTAILS : And finally, in honor of the U.S. Open in ... Read more...
Thursday, June 11, 2015 -- 10:18 am
Take a Trip Back in Time
The New Pioneer Square -               by RaNae Vodder There are approximately 400 National Parks (inclusive of parks, monuments, forests, sites, etc) in the United States according to the website howmanyarethere.  Did you know that one of those parks is in our own neighborhood!?  I have to admit, that I did not.  My journey to this discovery started two months […] Read more...
Tuesday, June 9, 2015 -- 11:03 am
Bagshaw faces competition in District 7 race
Queen Anne & Magnolia News - ... 7 includes the varied demographics of downtown, Queen Anne, Magnolia, Uptown, Belltown, South Lake Union and Pioneer Square. There are three candidates for the seat: six-year Position 4 incumbent Sally Bagshaw, 64; Deborah Zech Artis, 62, a Boeing ... Read more...
Friday, June 5, 2015 -- 10:10 am
Volunteer for Art of the City Fest
The New Pioneer Square - by Courtney Crockett  The Tashiro Kaplan Building (TK Artist Lofts) is busy programming its second annual Art of the City Street Fest slated for Saturday 1 August. The event is an entire day of indoor and outdoor celebration featuring artists, musicians and food from Pioneer Square and Seattle at large. Last year's event was a […] Read more...
Friday, June 5, 2015 -- 8:44 am
The Morning News: A Seawall Stench, a Gender First, and Some Parking Advice
The Stranger - ... Seattle art you need to see. Listen here . Man Who Fatally Stabbed Community College English Professor in Pioneer Square is Ruled Incompetent: "First-degree murder and attempted-murder charges were dismissed Thursday against a 46-year-old man who ... Read more...
Wednesday, June 3, 2015 -- 8:39 pm
A Golden Opportunity -- Opening of a Special Exhibit at the Klondike
The New Pioneer Square - By Beth Berube I visited the gift shop at the Klondike Museum once, to admire their collection of cute, little stuffed mammals and to buy a National Forest Recreation Day Pass to hike up at the pass. The gallery is, after all, part of our National Park System.  I never beyond the gift shop into […] Read more...
Wednesday, June 3, 2015 -- 1:46 pm
Police: Man shot in leg after refusing to share marijuana
KOMO News - A man was shot and left lying in a pool of blood in Seattle's Pioneer Square after he refused to share his marijuana with another man on the street, police said. The incident unfolded Wednesday at about 1:50 a.m. as the 35-year-old victim stood on the sidewalk at 2nd Avenue and Yesler Way smoking marijuana, said Detective Patrick Michaud of the Seattle police. Read more...
Wednesday, June 3, 2015 -- 1:39 pm
Man shot in leg in Pioneer Square for not sharing his marijuana
Seattle Times - Seattle police say a 35-year-old man was shot in the leg early Wednesday in Pioneer Square after he refused to share his marijuana with a stranger. The victim was smoking pot on the sidewalk at Second Avenue and Yesler Way when another man approached him and asked for a puff, police said. Read more...
Tuesday, June 2, 2015 -- 11:10 am
First Thursday Art Walk at OK Hotel Gallery
The New Pioneer Square - by Courtney Crockett With the waterfront redevelopment and the tunnel project, all of the rude construction makes it easy to neglect our neighborhood offerings on Alaskan Way South. That is one reason to go to the OK Hotel Gallery on 4 June First Thursday Art Walk. Another is to support the OK Hotel and its historic relevance […] Read more...
Sunday, May 31, 2015 -- 6:23 am
The Week Ahead: Duvall Days, Thursday Art Walk, and 'Hannibal' return
Seattle Times - ... ). It's time again for First Thursday festivities, which take place each month in Seattle's Pioneer Square neighborhood, when leading art galleries stay open late to fete artists, introduce new works and schmooze with buyers and browsers. Some ... Read more...
Saturday, May 30, 2015 -- 3:23 pm
Kidnap victim's mistaken ID may shake up Seattle police policy
Seattle Times - ... was a nightmare. The 22-year-old left her job as a waitress near South Lake Union to meet friends at a bar in Pioneer Square on Nov. 18, 2011. According to police reports, she remembers walking into the bar with her friends and nothing else until ... Read more...
Thursday, May 28, 2015 -- 6:53 am
WA: Two City Council Candidates Pitch Seattle-Only, Neighborhood Rail Plan
Mass Transit - ... like Sound Transit's trains and unlike the new streetcar line set to open soon between Capitol Hill and Pioneer Square, through First Hill and the International District. They don't say where precisely their system would have stations. "Seattle has ... Read more...
Wednesday, May 27, 2015 -- 11:28 am
Two City Council candidates pitch Seattle-only, neighborhood rail plan
Seattle Times - ... like Sound Transit's trains and unlike the new streetcar line set to open soon between Capitol Hill and Pioneer Square, through First Hill and the International District. They don't say where precisely their system would have stations. "Seattle has ... Read more...
Tuesday, May 26, 2015 -- 2:45 pm
Seattle arena investor says no hockey-first plan yet
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - Seattle lead investor Chris Hansen speaks to media after his ownership group's presentation to the NBA on April 3, 2013, in New York City. Chris Hansen speaks on stage during a Sonics rally June 14, 2012, in Seattle's Pioneer Square. Read more...
Monday, May 25, 2015 -- 6:06 pm
After earlier embarrassment, Seattle resumes public-toilet quest
Seattle Times - ... the issue, they wound up with a mess. The city spent $5 million on five high-tech, self-cleaning toilets for Pioneer Square and other neighborhoods in 2003, only to have the units become refuges for drug use, prostitution and hanky-panky. They were ... Read more...



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