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Dr. Curtis Nelson of Nelson Chiropractic, 16250 NE 80th St. in downtown Redmond, is offering a year of free chiropractic care to U.S. military veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Heirloom toys, dishes, cookware or jewelry — or new consumer products — can harbor harmful levels of lead, cadmium, arsenic, mercury or other elements. How do you know what’s safe to use in your home, especially if you have young children?
The Raven has landed on the southeast corner of Willows Road Northeast and Northeast 95th Street. Just blocks from downtown Redmond and the Sammamish River Trail, the Black Raven Brewing Company is a "neighborhood brewery" with a 34-seat taproom, selling pints, growlers or kegs of six standard Black Raven beers, as well as specialty series, said Robert "Beaux" Bowman, head brewer and co-owner with Kat Gillespie.
Eastside Business and Professional Women (Eastside BPW) presents its annual scholarship fundraiser, "Night on the Town" at 6 p.m. Sunday, April 26 at SecondStory Repertory, the professional theater on the upper level of Redmond Town Center.
Kay Conley of Savory Moment is getting by with more than a little help from her friends.
The Green Grind Organic Coffee & Tea Co. opened earlier this month on the upper level of Redmond Town Center.
FRESH Way U-Bake Pizza opened in late January at 8460 164th Ave. NE in Redmond. Grand opening specials, through March 31, include family combo deals on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Walking into Daman’s Bar and Grill, at 14810 NE 24th St. in Redmond, is a bit of a blast from the past.
From left, Redmond City Council Vice President Pat Vache, Kitty Vache (obscured), Trish Tokarek, Chris Williamson, Gena Wikstrom, and City Councilman Richard Cole play blackjack… Continue reading
Redmond-based Keeney’s Office Plus recently won The Port of Seattle’s first annual Small Business Champion award.
In the chick flick “New in Town,” Renee Zellwegger plays an ambitious executive from Miami who finds herself battling the locals as she’s assigned to streamline a manufacturing plant in the quaint Minnesota town of New Ulm. They gradually warm up to her — and she, to them — through shared admiration of tapioca.
At not quite 11 on a Wednesday morning, Mac & Jack’s fans were pacing outside the Redmond-based brewery’s retail shop in the North Sammamish Center, waiting for the doors to open.
Several Redmond businesses will be featured at the final run of the nation’s second-largest flower show, the Northwest Flower & Garden Show. It happens Feb. 18-22 at the Washington State Convention Center in downtown Seattle.
There’s cautious optimism at Frankie’s Pizza & Pasta that hearty, affordable food won’t ever go out of style, even in a recession.
Comfort food hits the spot when times are tense.
Change is good, according to Pacific Music owner Gary Weyand. After 22 years on downtown Redmond’s Cleveland Street, he recently lost his lease to make way for an apartment building. But Weyand said the move to a new location at 15935 Redmond Way has actually increased the store’s visibility. And he views the downtown mixed-use construction boom — increasing both residential and retail density — as a positive thing: “Just think of all the people who’ll live within walking distance.”
Redmond-based Magellan Architects has been honored with a 2008 University of Washington Business of Tomorrow Award for its success as a minority-owned firm.
Back in 1979, Redmond neighbors Susan Swanson and Jeanne Bolton launched a children’s used clothing store called Tree House in one of Redmond’s original downtown strip malls, where the British Pantry now stands.
Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy will open its newest earth-friendly store in Redmond on Saturday, Feb. 21.