Let’s Celebrate 50 Years of ACT Theatre!

Since its inaugural season in 1965 ACT has been known as a destination for the contemporary arts in Downtown Seattle and is dedicated to producing work with promising local playwrights and artists. ACT Accomplishments Since 2006 ACT has premiered 22 new plays from various development programs, many move on to have productions across the country. […]

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Sweet Sixteen viewing parties Downtown!

Bracket intact? Looking to watch the next round of games with fellow fans? We’ve got you covered! Here is a list of Downtown NCAA tournament viewing parties hosted by various local alumni associations. So you can enjoy the next weekend of madness with like-minded individuals!   Friday, March 27 Gonzaga University – Tipoff 7:15pm. F.X. […]

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Lights Out: Earth Hour 2015

Be part of the global movement, turn your lights off for one hour this Saturday night! Join the Seattle chapter of the International Association of Lighting Designers, local residents and businesses in the effort to make Seattle dark Saturday, March 28.  Turn off your lights between 8:30-9:30pm to increase awareness about the impact light has on […]

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Get Involved: The Future of Seattle Transportation

During this period of rapid growth Seattle is working hard to find the answer to “Where are we going?” Now is your chance to become part of the conversation! The City of Seattle and Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) are hosting a four night speaker series to discuss new technology, demographic changes, quick project delivery, transportation needs, […]

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Enhancing the retail environment is as a critical component of DSA’s Pike-Pine renaissance initiative, one of the five priority initiatives of the DSA’s 2010-2015 strategic plan. Now, we want to know what you’d like to see in the Retail Core, and also in your neighborhoods. As part of the initiative, a retail analysis and strategy was developed for the Downtown retail […]

More stores that are local - apparel for men and women, accessories, gifts, home goods - along with international brands like the aforementioned Muji and COS. Both locals and visitors would support these. Also a great urban hardware/mercantile/nursery.