Thursday, October 28, 2010
Thank you Rachel et all for including tableware designer Rosanna's book in your "Nest: Seattle Magazine’s November 2010 Must List". We so apreciate it!
It read, “With its foul weather and fowl focus, November calls for feathering your nest. Prep for the holidays with local dishware queen Rosanna Bowles’ new entertaining tome, Coming Home: A Seasonal Guide to Creating Family Traditions (Stewart Tabori & Chang, $27.50), a season-by-season guide to family gatherings complete with tabletop inspirations, tips for creating traditions and Bowles’ home recipes, including a killer caramel pie.”
Thursday, October 21, 2010
The 9.2 Million Readers of Cooking Light Magazine Learn About Spur "On the Forefront of the Food Revolution"
Phenomenol. That's what it's like to crack open that new issue of Cooking Light magazine and see Chefs Dana Tough and Brian McCracken's culinary philosophy laid out for more than NINE MILLION food lovers. Described as "standing at the forefront of the food revolution in Seattle" Chef Tough states, "With the scene we have here now, there's no room for mediocre food."
Thank you to writer Jason Sheehan for interviewing Spur (www.spurseattle.com) for the story, "Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner in Seattle." To read all six pages you'll have to pick up a copy of the November issue. But to read the portion on Spur, click on over to the Spur blog and check it out by clicking on the blog title above.
Journalist Alison Brownrigg-Roth recently paid a visit to client American Cutting Co and today wrote about it in the Seattle Times saying, "The space... is urbane, comfortable and unpretentious. Exposed brick walls and wood floors lend historic charm, and iPads, Wi-Fi and a coffeemaker at the reception desk make the space feel like home. (Hot chocolate and tea are also available.) American Cutting Company is the rare salon where both men and women will feel comfortable, and where you won’t have to empty your wallet to get a great cut."
To read the entire story and see the photos by Barbie Hull of the salon's space, please click on blog title above.
Thank you Alison for the great coverage!
Friday, October 15, 2010
Healing and health. Modern technology. Expert care. And a genuine warmth.
Rainier Hematology-Oncology is committed to providing top-notch medical care, based on the most up to date research to folks in the South Puget Sound region. They love their neighbors and believe that a great community deserves great medical care.
Check out the new website we helped them with by clicking the blog title above and get to know the team at Rainier. We sure are glad we have. They're a true inspiration.
Best bars in America? In their October issue, GQ magazine has picked their favorites with Seattle's own Tavern Law making the list.
Thank you to Kevin Suntumuang for the hard research sipping at the bar at countless establishments across the nation. We're honored that the secluded upstairs of Tavern Law (dubbed Needle & Thread) was recognized.
Congratulations to Brian McCracken, Dana Tough, Nathan Weber and the Tavern Law team. Click on blog title above to read more about it!
As reported in the Courier Herald newspaper, Rainier Oncology & Hematology has opened a new office in Bonney Lake for patients looking for quality care even closer to home.
"Rainier Hematology-Oncology, a clinic specializing in blood and cancer care, has established an interim office in Bonney Lake. The clinic is the sister branch of an established Puyallup location and both are subsidiaries of Northwest Medical Specialties in Puyallup. Northwest Medical Specialties’ executives decided to expand the Rainier Hematology-Oncology brand into Bonney Lake when they realized that approximately 30 percent of the Puyallup location’s patients came from the Plateau area. The result has been a high level of interest in the new office. An Enumclaw office will open soon as well. It is scheduled for later this year."
Click blog title above to read the entire article.
To learn more about the doctors and their cancer care, Rainier Oncology is online at www.rainieroncology.com
Thursday, October 7, 2010
The article is “10 Drugstore Products Doctors Don’t Recommend” in AOL’s Walletpop. Click on blog title above to read Dr. Baxter's take on vitamins. Stirring up a storm he says nix the vitamins: get your fill from food instead.
Friday, October 1, 2010
Seattle Metropolitan magazine held a Mai Tai challenge with the City's top bar talent. The drinks were judged by "the people" and the pros. Who won? Nathan Weber of Tavern Law in both categories.
Seattle, meet your new Mai Tai Master: Nathan Weber. Congrats Nathan!
Nathan's walk of fame by Barbie Hull.