Lisa Power. Photo courtesy of Lisa Power
Lisa Power. Photo courtesy of Lisa Power
Tuesday, September 29, 2015 11:19 AM
Lisa Power, owner of Lisa Power Salon, has been selected as one of five finalists for the top honors in the Northwest Master Hairstylist of the Year category at the 2015 Northwest Hairstyling awards.
  • Salon owner nominated for regional award
    Lisa Power, owner of Lisa Power Salon, has been selected as one of five finalists for the top honors in the Northwest Master Hairstylist of the Year category at the 2015 Northwest Hairstyling awards. 
  • Eldergrow turning up roses with Aegis
    Orla Concannon, founder of Queen Anne-based Eldergrow, had a vision she couldn’t shake: the image of a seed emerging from the soil’s surface and sprouting. 
  • The party’s over in Queen Anne
    The lights are off at 124 Denny Way. After 21 years in the shadow of the Space Needle, Champion Party Supply has left Uptown. 
  • Pronto expands subsidized membership program
    At $85 a year, a full-price annual membership for Pronto Cycle Share is one of the more affordable transportation methods in Seattle. 
  • Nurturing an artistic future for Uptown
    Bill Ritchie has big plans. For someone who serves as the curator of the appropriately named Mini-Art Gallery, that may come as a surprise. 
  • This story starts on a weekend day in June 1981. I went straight from my University of Washington commencement ceremony, still possessing my cap and gown, and went to a planning meeting in a Wallingford rental house. 
  • Veyera named new staff reporter

    Joe Veyera is the new staff reporter for Pacific Publishing Co.’s Capitol Hill Times, Queen Anne & Magnolia News, City Living Seattle and Madison Park Times.

  • On Friday, Aug. 14, Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles (D-36th District) will receive the 2015 Seattle Hempfest Excellence in Cannabis Activism Award at Seattle’s Hempfest festival.

  • Holland America Line promotes Burdulis
    Holland America Line has promoted Nate Burdulis to the position of director of strategic sales planning and administration. 
  • Rhinestone Rosie rings in 31st year in business
    The owner of Queen Anne’s well-known costume jewelry shop Rhinestone Rosie, Rosalie (“Rosie”) Sayyah, is celebrating her 31st year, and she is the gem of the entire collection. 
  • Quaranta is new Lisa Power Salon stylist 
    Melonie Quaranta has joined the stylist team at Lisa Power Salon. 
  • Umbrella Tree, an education studio offering classes, workshops, play space and a healthy snack bar for kids 5 and younger, will close its doors following classes on Aug. 12. 
  • The Port of Seattle recognized several maritime businesses with Green Gateway Awards for their innovative approaches to environmental stewardship, including several cruise lines that dock at Terminal 91.

  • Gov. Jay Inslee recently signed the 2015-2017 Capital Budget, which included $1.866 million in state funding for KEXP’s New Home project. 
  • Salon team attends Trifecta Hair Show

    Seven team members from Lisa Power Salon attended the recent Trifecta Hair Show in Seattle.

  • Holland America promotes Mosslinger

    Holland America Line has promoted Gerald Mosslinger to vice president of food and beverage as part of the renamed Guest Experience and Product Development Department.

  • Five Corners Hardware will celebrate its 75th-anniversary celebration this weekend.

  • Speight gets his Way
    More than 40 people attended the unveiling of Speight Jenkins Way on June 8. 
  • That’s a half-ton of food!
    The Queen Anne Windermere office (314 W. McGraw St.) spent its Community Service Day collecting and donating more than a half-ton of food to the Queen Anne Food Bank. 
  • In search of a new home

    The unprecedented demand for office and retail space throughout Seattle has forced many nonprofit and government agencies to reassess their need for a desirable downtown address and centralized locations.

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