On Thursday, May 14, the National Nordic Museum presented its Nordic Innovation Summit 2020 live online. The event brought together the ideas and of knowledgeable leaders in the Pacific Northwest and the Nordic countries. Due […]
May is Bike to Work Month in Washington state, but this may look a little different this year. The nation’s most “Bicycle Friendly State” is experiencing significant declines in bicycle and pedestrian activity this spring […]
During this pandemic, Fred Meyer has made a lot of changes, including cleanliness among the employees, limiting customers and products. Litty Ames, the human resources assistant store leader at the Ballard Fred Meyer wants customers […]
Jerry Stokesberry details what it is like as a Ballard Farmer’s Market vendor in the time of COVID-19, as well as how his interactions with his regular customers have changed.
As restaurants and shops board up their windows and doors due to temporary, and possibly permanent, closures during the COVID-19 outbreak, artists take to the walls in an attempt to brighten up the unusually quiet […]
Christian Shevchenko is the co-owner of the Glass Eye Studio. His roles are various in this business, such as business operations, finance, overseas production, and working with various artists. He employed 15 artists who […]
Grocery stores have become bizarrely enticing spaces within the spread of COVID-19. With to the grocery store being one of the only ways to get out of the house, it provides a brief sense of […]