Between speakers, a march around Bellevue’s Downtown Park, and a makeshift candlelight vigil given the conditions, there was an emerging theme of a community that will not stay silent any longer.
A true treasure near the University of Washington for anyone with a sweet tooth is the Sugar and Spoon cookie dough dessert shop near the Ave. You cannot miss the store front’s vibrant pink and blue colors walking by, and if you saw the menu, you won’t walk away. As a senior year student in the University of Washington, I know that the company is a legend itself that is discussed in Foster School of Business's entrepreneurship program. The owners and former huskies, Ivana Orlovic and William Hubbell, had the innovative idea of turning cookie dough into edible desserts. The original conceptual name of the company was called "Doughboys," and in the summer of 2018, "Sugar + Spoon" became official.
Take a break, relax, and let the wine help you forget about how fast the year is going at Elsom Cellars.
Contributor: Gigih Satya
Let us face it, it is almost the middle of the year. Thinking about how fast time flies can be scary so that is why on our first blog post ever, I am going to take you to a special winery to help you catch a breath, slow down for the day, and get ready for some wine in the springtime.
Elsom Cellars is a woman-owned and operated winery located in the SoDo area of Seattle and is one of the first few wineries to recognize the potential of the industrial feel of the area to run their spacious tasting room and production facility. This modern winery was founded with a strong belief in creating a community where people can be themselves and tell their stories through wine.
...In 2017, ECCC worked to help small businesses understand the city’s new labor laws and its impact on them. These efforts were supported through an earlier grant from the Office of Labor Standards of the City of Seattle...
Community members, leaders, and local business owners gathered at the introduction of the Ethnic Chamber of Commerce Coalition (ECCC) held at the Seattle City Hall to collaborate effort for community empowerment