The Broadway corridor is in the process of transforming into a perfect destination for festivals. RS
Two weekends ago, Seattle PrideFest held a sort of do-over, and it was lovely — but it wasn’t enough.
In normal times, whatever those are, Pride takes over the area around the Space Needle sometime in June, but this year everything was weird. Instead of the massive parade and Seattle Center hullabaloo, PrideFest sidled on up to Capitol Hill, where Pride used to take place, and took over a stretch of Broadway from the RiteAid to the FedEx.
Coupled with the Farmers Market on Sunday, PrideFest transformed what is usually a traffic-choked sewer-street
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