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A wave of restaurant openings on Vashon has drawn attention.
Five years after legalization, some marijuana businesses on Vashon struggle to turn a profit.
No doubt, Liz Shepherd worked hard on her VCA article — a complex subject (“Arts center answers a $6 million question,” June 20). I agree… Continue reading
Eight years ago, Rebecca Lanphear and her husband Damon planted 1 acre of grapevines on their property on SW 159th Street with the hope of creating local wine. Now, on the heels of two warm summer seasons and local record grape harvests, Alli Lanphear Vineyard and Winery is ready to officially open its doors Saturday.
At Vashon Bookshop last week, islander Robin Branstator paused while purchasing two books to talk about why she makes an effort to shop locally.
Vashon’s liquor store has a new owner and has moved to the southern edge of town.
A new business called Spoke recently rolled into the old bike shop by the post office. The three owners have been renovating the building’s interior to fit their multi-use vision for the large space and plan to welcome the public with an opening reception from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday.
The brown paper that for weeks covered the windows of the former Raven’s Nest came down last Thursday, revealing the new Hinge Gallery, which includes a frame and gift shop and a small art gallery.
Wendy’s Weather’d Wear has closed its doors after 15 years selling clothing on consignment in Vashon town, and Luna Bella’s will expand into its former space.
Travel and Leisure magazine recently named May Kitchen + Bar to its list of the best Thai restaurants in the United States.
Vashon Intuitive Arts (VIA) has recently expanded into the space vacated by Vashon Tech Support.
Islander Patty Freebourn’s dream of sharing Hispanic culture and traditional food with Vashon reached a major milestone this week, as both IGA and Thriftway began selling Patty’s Tamales.
Islander sells her apparel out of an iconic island building
Natalie Sheard and Bethany Dilworth are not your typical milkmaids. And tiptoeing through cow pies is a long way from pirouetting across the stage.
After nearly six years running Bob’s Bakery, the owners have put the longtime island business up for sale.
Bettie Edwards, owner of The Little House, has put her building up for sale.
A small shop with a distinctly local flair will be the scene of a farewell party during this Friday evening’s Gallery Cruise.
George Page closed La Boucherie, his highly acclaimed farm-to-table restaurant, last week, saying it made more sense to focus his efforts on two Seattle-based farmers markets.
Don Wolczko’s early days at Fair Isle Animal Clinic were trying ones.
A pizzeria that will fire made-to-order pies in a brick oven in 60 to 90 seconds is slated to open in April at the former site of Movie Magic.