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Milepost 31

So, we’ve all heard about Bertha and the tunneling project for State Route 99, but there’s more to know. The Milepost 31 Information Center has been created so folks can learn more about Pioneer Square, and this particular Milepost.  Read More 
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The 2013 Design Festival

How does design impact your sense of well-being? That’s the inspiration behind this year’s Design Festival: Design in Health. Folks can take part in any of the 60+ events and programs happening during the festival, which runs from September 13-22.  Read More 
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Post Alley Hooley TODAY

Looking for a hootin’ good time? The Post Alley Hooley has loads of fun in store for a Thursday night! From the infamous Gum Wall in Post Alley to Pioneer Square everyone will be out celebrating!  Read More 
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Meet Bertha, the Hwy 99 tunneling machine

The Hwy 99 tunnel project is about to begin boring the new tunnel under Downtown Seattle to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct. All of this digging is going to be done by Bertha, the 5-story/7,000 ton boring machine that is just about ready to get started. Before Bertha gets going, the public is invited to …  Read More 
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Dancing ‘Til Dusk

Looking for a little romance in your life? If so, it’s time to put on your dancing shoes and head outside to “Dance ’til Dusk!”  Read More 
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Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum

The men and women in blue who patrol our city and keep our neighborhoods safe have a long and storied history, and a museum to show for it! Founded in 1997 and located in Pioneer Square, the Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum is committed to educating the public on Seattle’s police, and King County’s Sheriff’s department.  Read More 
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Aiming for the Sky

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Being a tall building in Seattle is a rough gig. After all, it’s hard to get any attention when you have the Space Needle in your town!  Read More 
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St. Patrick’s Day Festivities

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Corned beef and cabbage and shamrocks. Oh, my!  When it comes to celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in the Emerald City, there’s no shortage of fun, family-friendly activities. From parades to festivals to fun runs, Seattle is literally bursting with Irish pride!  Read More 
Waterfall Garden Park

Waterfall Garden Park

My bet is that more tourists to Seattle know about Waterfall Garden Park than those who actually live here – which is probably true almost anywhere tourists flock. Located between Pioneer Square and the International District, Waterfall Garden Park is this remarkable little oasis amid the hub-bub of the city.  Read More