Posts by Joanna

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…

Icertis Continues to Grow Locally and Abroad

Bellevue-based Icertis continues to grow with leaps and bounds, bringing more talent to the Eastside and expanding its operations throughout the world. An innovator in the arena of cloud-based contract management,…

Searching for Balance

Managing work and home means busy parents never clock out Photos by Rachel Coward Having kids changes everything. Many working parents are required to juggle a myriad of tasks —…

Cider With A Cause

Woodinville-based cider company makes philanthropy part of its mission More than a year and a half ago, Jason Spears and his brother, Patrick, were gearing up to start construction on…

Business Travel Doesn’t Have To Be Bleak

By now, just about everyone has heard about global accommodations company Airbnb. After all, more than 2 million users celebrated the start of 2017 by staying in an Airbnb for…

Local Autism Treatment Center Earns National Distinction

Local autism treatment center, Eastside ABA, has earned an award of distinction from the Behavioral Health Center of Excellence. The Redmond-based center serves children with autism and other neuro-developmental disabilities…

Bridging the Motherhood Employment Gap

Working women face quite the conundrum when they become mothers: Entrust the life and well-being of their child to a virtual stranger and pay outrageously to do so, or leave…

An Adventure In Autism

I never thought a video game could make me cry, that is until I played Max: An Autistic Journey. This top-down, retro role playing game was created by Stéphane Cantin,…

Kids Who Give

These Eastside kids have outgrown the lemonade stand and now are giving charitable adults a run for their money. Kids always are eager to get their hands on a few…

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