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Massage Envy, the nation’s largest therapeutic massage provider and spa chain, recently announced that Rick Davis received the Massage Envy Spirit Award at the company’s annual Franchise Conference held in Phoenix, Arizona.
Discover Yoga in Redmond is relocating to 15744 Redmond Way behind Canyons restaurant, next to The Tree House Children's Shop and SoulFood Books.
American Heart Association recognizes Redmond’s Physio-Control as Platinum-Level Start! Fit-Friendly Company
Physio-Control, Inc. in Redmond has been recognized as a Platinum-Level Start! Fit-Friendly Company by the American Heart Association's Start! initiative for helping employees eat better and move more.
The Sanskrit word shakti refers to power, inner strength and creative potential. Vinyasa yoga is a flowing practice that connects movement with breath. At SHAKTI Vinyasa Yoga in Redmond, owner Lisa Black has created a unique atmosphere that combines her own teaching style with that of Baron Baptiste, one of America’s best-known yoga instructors.
Skin care crucial to overall health: New Redmond business specializes in keeping skin clean, clear and hydrated
The skin is the largest organ of the body; it offers protection from the elements and helps maintain a healthy body. Because it has such an important job, Sabrina Tarditi said it is important to take care of your skin. As the owner of Calming Waters Skin Care at 17090 Avondale Way in Redmond (inside Jones Family Chiropractic), the Kirkland resident works as an esthetician and makes a living showing others how to do the same. “Skin care has come a long way and is much more advanced,” she said, referring to when she first began her career more than 20 years ago. “There’s just so much more you can do. Skin care is just so advanced and it’s so complex.”
Earlier this month, PlayNetwork in Redmond announced that John Crooke has been selected as the new vice president of the company's creative department.
When Jenny Corgiat contacted her orthodontist, Bryan Roos of Redmond, for sponsorship for Team Jenny in the 2011 Nordstrom Beat the Bridge to Beat Diabetes, she had hoped for a donation to her team's fundraising efforts.
A few summers ago, Emily Wiewiorka faced a very smelly problem.
On May 6, the Cadman Building Materials Store in Redmond will be hosting a decorative concrete seminar open to contractors, architects, designers and homeowners.
Three DECA students at Redmond High School (RHS) are applying the skills they've learned in class to the real world.
Hancock’s Bakery crowned food drive champion of Hopelink’s March Can Madness for second straight year
For the second year in a row, Hancock's Bakery in Redmond was crowned the food drive champion of Hopelink's second annual March Can Madness competition.
After years with a restaurant focused on local wines, the Redmond Marriott Town Center hotel at 7401 164th Ave. N.E. in Redmond Town Center is now home to a new steakhouse.
Issaquah-based Taste of Amazing Baking & Catering Company has recently purchased Savory Moment, a Redmond company that prepares gourmet, ready-made meals, including an extensive line of Gluten-Free selections, and will be moving into the Redmond location May 1.
Michael Derr has been named as vice president of development for Aegis Living in Redmond.
When Rupa Wickrama was at Gene Juarez a few years ago, she noticed many of her fellow salon goers using reusable grocery bags to carry their things.
Michelle Hillis, a licensed naturopathic primary care physician, has opened a new practice, Bear Creek Natural Medicine, at 16761 N.E. 79th St. in Redmond.
For anyone who enjoys Mexican cuisine but wants something besides traditional fare, the Redmond restaurant scene will soon offer diners another option.
Redmond resident John Kinssies won the overall gold medal at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show that was held Feb. 23-27 in Seattle.
Redmond residents and business leaders bid on a variety of items as local celebrity John Curley entertained the crowd as master of ceremonies for the Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce's 65th Annual Gala and Auction last Friday night at the Willows Lodge in Woodinville.
Tomorrow night, Seattle restaurateur and Redmond resident John Howie will represent the state of Washington at the Democratic Governors Association (DGA) “Taste of America Gala: featuring America’s Democratic Governors & Best Chefs” in Washington D.C. Saturday's dining event, presented in conjunction with the national non-profit hunger charity “Share Our Strength” includes 13 Democratic governors, among them Gov. Christine Gregoire, and an equal number of top U.S. chefs.