Team Nanny raised $3,075 for Child Care Resources (CCR) through its fourth-annual children’s rummage sale on March 5.
When Seattle Public Utilities closed down East Madison Street, from 28th to 29th avenues East in late September...
The quality of life in developing countries can keep one awake at night: Children working in sweatshops...
For five years, in the face of the economic downturn, fashion designer Lisa Vian Hunter has run her shop Vian Hunter House of Fashion in Madison Valley, selling her vintage-inspired designs. Now, Hunter has taken on a new challenge: competing on a reality-TV show.
Gone is the era of pervasive high teas, the politely spoken “milady,” shined shoes and hat wearing. But those were the days in which local hat makers Henrietta Swan Price and Alexander Conley III grew up.
While Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is in the final phases of its massive stormwater construction project that has congested traffic along East Madison Street in Madison Valley, local merchants are hopeful for a different summer.
Twenty years ago, the Madison Valley neighborhood had few modern apartment buildings and fewer local businesses. Café Flora and the Bailey-Boushay House brought new life to the area and continue to support each other today.
Wyeth “Dub B” Barclay is all-Seattle all of the time — except when he is on the road touring with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, or travelling the world looking to introduce his two passions, hip-hop and golf, to each other.
“Chef in the Hat” Thierry Rautureau, owner of Rover’s and Luc restaurants in Madison Valley, serves up tastes of his roast lamb and pork with the help of his wife, Kathleen Encell-Rautureau, during the first Bastille Day celebration in Madison Valley on July 14.
Sarah Radmer recently joined the Pacific Publishing Company as a staff reporter.