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Tuesday, March 4, 2014 - Page updated at 12:01 a.m.


Seattle Times Special
Reports and Investigations

Miracle Machines: The 21st-Century Snake Oil
The Times has found that thousands of these devices, many of them illegal or dangerous, are used in venues nationwide.


The Favor Factory
The Times examined relationships between those who benefit from earmarks and those who make campaign donations to lawmakers.


Confronting Malaria
A look at the Gates Foundation's billion-dollar initiative to eradicate malaria.


Pike Place Market
Seattle's Pike Place Market turns 100 this year.


Your Courts, Their Secrets
Sealed records hold secrets of potential dangers in our medicine cabinets; of molesters; of missteps by local agencies.


License to Harm
The state allows hundreds of doctors, counselors, and others to keep practicing despite their sexual misconduct.


The Bering Sea
The Bering Sea is seeing dramatic changes due to global warming.


Olympic Sculpture Park
An interactive guide to Seattle's new park.


Pike Place Market at 100

Pike Place Market, a Seattle icon and the nation's oldest continuously operating farmers market, celebrated its centennial on August 17, 2007.

JOHN LOK / THE SEATTLE TIMES

It's everyone's Market.

Since the first shoppers swarmed a handful of farmers' carts on Aug. 17, 1907, the Pike Place Market has held fast to its character. To commemorate the 100th anniversary, we're exploring the Market of yesterday and the Market of today. It's a colorful place that celebrates food, culture and craft and bustles with locals and visitors alike.

Pike Place Market

From dawn 'til dusk at Pike Place Market
Experience the sights, sounds and characters from one day at the Market.


History

Food and Dining Guide

Pike Place Market at 100

While supplies last, you can pick up a free copy of the Seattle Times "Pike Place at 100" beginning Tuesday at several locations within the Market, at the Seattle Aquarium and at Seattle Times offices. Click here for more information on the special section.


More stories

Interactive Map

Take a virtual tour of the Market's sights, sounds and history.


My Market views

Your assignment: Share your photos, posing with Rachel the Pig or any other of your favorite places at Pike Place Market.


If you go

HOURS:

Pike Place/First Avenue level:

10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays

11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays.

DownUnder stores:

11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

MORE INFORMATION:

Tel: 206-682-7453

www.pikeplacemarket.org

Pike Place Market centennial events

Mystery! Mayhem! At Pike Place Market!

"Double Strike" A serial novella by Robert Ferrigno

Listen or download an .mp3 of Robert Ferrigno reading Parts 1 - 4 of "Double Strike" here.

Part One Part Two

Part Three Part Four

Purchase images and gifts

Celebrate 100 years of Pike Place Market with classic Seattle Times photos and illustrations. Plus create your own keepsake mugs, mousepads, puzzles and notecards.