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  • Quick work opening Lazy Susan

    Suzana Olmos grew up as one of six children to a Korean mother who insisted on keeping a clean house. The oldest daughter, Olmos was responsible for scrubbing the kitchen floor after dinner. She said she’d often protest when things were clean enough already, but her mother wouldn’t budge.
    “She’d always say, ‘You’re so lazy, Susan. Susan, you’re so lazy.”

  • Candidates talk LGBT, small business support at GSBA forum
    Seattle City Council District 7 candidate Andrew Lewis and Jim Pugel talked LGBTQ advocacy, police accountability, small business representation and collaboration with WSDOT on city transportation projects during a Greater Seattle Business Association forum on Tuesday, Sept. 10.
  • Chamber honors Queen Anne members for continued support
    The Queen Anne Chamber of Commerce honored its business members — large and small — for their contributions to bettering the community and support of the chamber during the organization’s 13th annual awards luncheon on Friday.
  • Supporters push to keep Safe Harbor going in Interbay
    Supporters of the Interbay Safe Harbor Tiny House Village spoke in favor of extending a lease for the city-sanctioned shelter on Port of Seattle land near Magnolia Bridge for another year during a community meeting on Wednesday.
  • Expedia Group plans to move first round of employees to Interbay next month
    Expedia Group will begin moving hundreds of employees over to its new 40-acre Interbay campus in early October, with a goal of having its entire workforce of 4,500 transitioned from the Eastside by early 2020.
    
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  • Candidates talk LGBT, small business support at GSBA forum
    Seattle City Council District 7 candidate Andrew Lewis and Jim Pugel talked LGBTQ advocacy, police accountability, small business representation and collaboration with WSDOT on city transportation projects during a Greater Seattle Business Association forum on Tuesday, Sept. 10.
  • Quick work opening Lazy Susan

    Suzana Olmos grew up as one of six children to a Korean mother who insisted on keeping a clean house. The oldest daughter, Olmos was responsible for scrubbing the kitchen floor after dinner. She said she’d often protest when things were clean enough already, but her mother wouldn’t budge.
    “She’d always say, ‘You’re so lazy, Susan. Susan, you’re so lazy.”

  • Bayview resident goes skydiving to set record at 103
    Kathryn Hodges was joined by two of her sons and a granddaughter during a tandem skydive in Snohomish on Aug. 15, the 103-year-old Bayview resident attempting to set a record as the oldest woman and person to do so.

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