Trendsetting and trailblazing — this foodie turned her green thumb and love of food into local small screen stardom and beyond.
Doing what you love doing, and turning it into a profession and succeeding is what we all strive for — and Amy Pennington does exactly that, everyday. A sustainable food guru and founder of the garden to table portal, GoGo Green Garden, as well as host of KCTS9′s (more…)
Kristen Rask is lucky, her passions and obsessions have become a lifestyle.
Plush enthusiasts, indie crafters, designer toy-makers and eccentric hobbyists congregate underneath Kristen Rask’s large umbrella of indie art influence. Within the scope of her influence, designers jockey for a position in her workshops, exhibitions, literature and (more…)
Become part of a culinary trend that is sweeping through the nation.
Indulge in street food and party the night away at the Skillet Cookbook Launch Party. This year marks the five year anniversary of Skillet Street Food, and Seattleites are getting ready to “hit the beach” at the Shilshole Bay Beach Club in Ballard. (more…)
Saving the world, one dollar at a time.
Though he’s only 33, Doug Clerget has already notched some truly impressive achievements, including a certificate in financial management from Wharton, a successful career as a real estate broker/developer and his recent appearance as a contestant on ‘The Bachelorette’. But two things matter most of all (more…)
From basement to Ballard — this cold one is canned craft microbrew goodness.
Beer brewing sagas tend to go something like this: Beer-loving bosom buddies set out on a search to find respite from the nine-to-five drone of everyday life. Armed with half-decent grades in high school chemistry and a “bourgeoning” interest in beer, the aforementioned friends decide to embark upon a brewing journey (more…)
Where the power of social media and fans make a difference in the music industry.
When Luca Sacchetti walked away from the music industry years ago, he left a lengthy trail of hope and devastation in his wake—three albums, constant touring, roller coaster of emotions. The experience wasn’t all for naught though, as he’s re-entered the business from a different angle; one that will change the way musicians and fans interact through social media. (more…)
The world-renowned glass artist discusses his fascinating medium — and surfing.
Though he has dabbled in business management, art education and pro surfing, Jean-Pierre Canlis is considered one of the most prolific glass artists working today. An alumnus of the famed Pilchuck Glass School and a former protégé of legendary glass artist Dale Chihuly, the Hawaii native is best known (more…)