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24 Hours: Lance Lyttle

Managing director, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport He was born and raised in Jamaica, and when he was growing up, Lance Lyttle never thought he would move from the island nation. His…

Members Only

We all know the names of the high-profile clubs, but several Eastside organizations also are doing impressive work under the radar. We take a closer look at three of them.…

Expert Advice

When you’re faced with a challenging task at work or lost on a back road with no GPS signal, do you seek the counsel of those around you or do…

From Bunkers to Businesses

When a U.S. service member leaves the military, the finely honed skills and attributes they’ve attained through training and real world operations are not likely to leave them. Not only…

Reduce Holiday Spending This Easter

In case you haven’t noticed the lack of eggs in your grocer’s dairy section lately or the sudden appearance of brightly-colored marshmallow Peeps at every checkout lane, Easter weekend is…

Local Grocery Chain Welcomes New CEO

Metropolitan Market today announced former chief operations officer, Ron Megahan, has been appointed as the company’s new chief executive officer. With close to 30 years in the grocery and food…

D.A. Davidson & Co. Are Moving On Up

D.A. Davidson

Financial advisement firm D.A. Davidson & Co. has recently taken up residence in the new Lincoln Square Expansion, consolidating both its Bellevue and Redmond offices into one central location. The…

24 Hours: Nick Crandall of Redhook Brewery

Like many college students, Nick Crandall — then an environmental science major at Western Washington University — had a bit of an affinity for beer, including microbrews. It started innocently…

Met Market Comes To Sammamish

Seven years after Metropolitan Market opened its first Eastside location in Kirkland, the regional marketplace has expanded to a second Eastside location (seventh overall) in The Village at Sammamish. Located…

Dad Opens Kid-Friendly Salon In Bellevue

Snip-its

As an aspiring entrepreneur and the father of a 4-year-old girl, Duc Quan realized that Seattle didn’t have enough indoor play spaces for the rainy winter months and set out…

Women to Watch Recap

A 425 ladies night in Kirkland was full of inspiration It’s hard to imagine an evening more fun than one spent with your closest girlfriends drinking wine, eating ice cream and…

Bothell Salon Puts Eyes On Cancer

Eyes on Cancer

Due to a new educational program, a routine haircut at your local barber shop or a massage at your favorite spa could save your life California-based nonprofit Eyes on Cancer…

New Product Puts A Stop To Rental Property Parties

Individuals who rent their homes out to travelers on sites like Airbnb already have enough to worry about — they’re trusting a complete stranger with (likely) their greatest financial asset…

Lake Stevens Student’s Doodle Goes National

Doodle 4 Google

Doodle 4 Google selects area teen to compete at national level for scholarship and recognition The rules are simple. Use any material or medium while following the theme, “What I see for…

Sustainability Stewards

The (sometimes) unsung heroes striving to protect the Eastside for future generations When it comes to being green, the Pacific Northwest already is a deep shade of emerald, according to…

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