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For more than 20 years, one Vashon business has enlivened Islanders’ rainy afternoons, weekends and sick days with the magic of home film viewing. But Movie Magic has struggled in the last few years to compete with mail-in DVD service Netflix and cable TV movie offerings, so much so that co-owner Jackie Merrill said the business is shaking things up to stay viable on Vashon.
Vashon Bookshop, which has been in business for nine years, is expanding — adding enough space to increase its inventory by 10 to 15 percent, owner Karen Barringer said.
The Washington State Combined Excise Tax Return is due Feb. 1 for small businesses.
Citing slow sales and a lingering recession, Dig Floral & Garden owners Sylvia Matlock and Ross Johnson are closing Dig-In, their artful, eclectic home furnishings store adjacent to their nursery. The store’s last day is New Year’s Eve. They opened the shop about four years ago.
Vashon Island Day Spa opened its new location in town last month with little fanfare but has already begun serving customers in the shop where Island Thyme was formerly housed.
Terrence McBride of Terrence McBride Design will soon be closing his doors.From a shop now tucked between The Hardware Store Restaurant and the new liquor… Continue reading
Coffee from Vashon Island Coffee Roasterie will soon be among the products sold by Smith Brothers Farms, a thriving dairy and home delivery service that… Continue reading
Island Thyme, which has sold specialty gifts and tea for the past five years near the heart of town, will close Nov. 30.
Tucked into a tiny shop space behind Island Quilter is Vashon’s newest retail establishment — and it is dedicated entirely to local goods.“That’s been my… Continue reading
R. Peter Lake, a CPA with a firm on Vashon, and Kennedy McCulloch, a CPA firm in Friday Harbor, have merged operations and formed a new company, Lake Kennedy McCulloch, CPAs, Lake announced Monday.
Wendy Rogers, owner of Wendy’s Weather’d Wear, will move her consignment clothing store downtown to the former Beachcomber office space this month.
A new Island business opened this spring with a goal — to bring out the best in every picture and preserve it for display as a work of art.
After serving Vashon travelers in the same location since 1994, Vashon Island Travel has moved as well as changed the way it does business.
The Vashon Tea Shop, which has been for sale for some time, got a new lease on life earlier this month when Beng-Imm Low purchased it from Susan Bassett, who started the intimate café in the heart of town.
Islander John Koriath has recently opened a counseling practice at the Full Circle Wellness Center, where’s he’s offering an innovative approach to mental health that blends his 30 years of work in science, psychology and the therapeutic traditions of indigenous people.
Well-known yoga instructor Ronly Blau has brought a new healing practice to the Island.
When caterers Nadia D’Aoust and Mardi Ljubich re-opened Sound Food restaurant last year, it seemed as though the restaurant — an Island institution since 1974 — would be relegated to the status of part-timer, open to the community only for special events.
Island Lumber and Hardware has stepped into the void left by Vashon Auto Parts’ closing and is stocking automotive essentials, including batteries, fluids, filters, light bulbs, wiper blades and an assortment of other accessories, according to a news release.
Bob’s Bakery is now open until 8 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays for take-out dinner and dessert.
Café Luna should be able to sell wine by the bottle — as soon as its liquor license application to do so goes through, said café owner Natalie Sheard.