The legendary dancer performs at University of Washington’s Meany Hall.
At only 36, Angel Corella has accomplished quite a lot. He’s been awarded First Prize in the National Ballet of Spain and the Gold Medal at the Concours International de Danse de Paris. He’s been a guest star of ballet companies in Australia, (more…)
Two resourceful locals convert an obscure material into attractive kitchen decor.
Recycling has always been a high priority in the Pacific Northwest. The idea of reusing something that turns into a beautiful product is more of a privilege than a burden. This is certainly true of the kitchenware offered by Seattle’s own Goods from the Hoods. (more…)
Seattle’s Thom Jones explains the sustainable approach that defines his company.
Founded in 2002, A Semigood Company has earned a reputation as one of the finest, most conscientious furniture providers in Seattle. The company’s philosophy is simple: consumers deserve the best when it comes to home furnishings. For this reason, Semigood not only offers quality, handmade furniture but also guarantees that their pieces are manufactured under the most sustainable, eco-friendly conditions. (more…)
Reinventing the winery, after more than two decades in the design business.
When Joe Chauncey founded Boxwood Designs in 1989, the vision he had for his Portland venture was simple and specific: a design firm that delivered desirable aesthetics and sustainability in equal measure. Eventually, Chauncey crossed the Columbia to take part in Seattle’s blooming sustainable architecture market. (more…)
An on-line workshop that teaches how to photograph food — and so much more!
Four days and five showers later, I can’t get the campfire smell out of my hair. And I love it! Last weekend I had the honor of participating in a three-day, live streaming photography class taught by the inimitable Penny De Los Santos, senior contributing photographer at Saveur magazine. The course was put on by local company Creative Live and over 200,000 people tuned in. (more…)
Arguably the country’s finest cellist is no stranger to the Emerald City.
In terms of finding success at a young age, Joshua Roman might just be a modern-day Mozart. Considered one of the finest cellists in the country — and perhaps the world — making beautiful music is as natural as eating and sleeping for this young prodigy.
The Museum of Flight hosts a very important event for breast cancer.
Dr. Mary-Claire King will deliver a keynote address at the third annual Seattle-area American Cancer Society’s Hope Gala Ball on Saturday, May 21. Dr. King will discuss the progressive research that is being conducted by scientists worldwide in order to better understand – and eventually find a cure for – breast cancer, a disease that affects 1 in 8 American women during their lifetime. (more…)