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Pioneer Square in the News
May 14, 2012  |  News, PI

Keeping artists in the city: Are we there yet? (Crosscut)
Seattle has developed a report out of lengthy discussions about providing work spaces for artists. But a lot is left to the artists themselves.

Reminder: Metro offers free bus rides for cyclists (Seattle PI)
The offer is available to cyclists who load their bike onto a Metro or Sound Transit Express bus operated by Metro. The promotion is part of National Bike Month to encourage people who are interested in trying bike-and-bus trips for commuting or otherwise.

City OKs funding for Stadium Place (DJC)
City officials this week announced the award of tax credits for the Stadium Place development in Pioneer Square north of CenturyLink Field.

Major project near Colman Dock changes commute for thousands (Kiro)
A major project near Seattle’s Colman Dock changed the commute for thousands of people after crews changed the approach to the dock. Drivers said they are already seeing a parking crunch in Pioneer Square.

Cowboy western dreaming (Weekly Volcano)
Cowgirls Inc in Pioneer Square in Seattle (421 First Ave. S) is not a country bar. Do not be fooled by the name. Hip-hop and rock and metal from the ‘80s to current hits blast from speakers. But the mechanical bull makes it worth the drive.


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