Archive for April 10th, 2017

Vocalist, Gordon Michaels With His New Single “They Call it Stormy Monday.”

Monday, April 10th, 2017:

“They Call It Stormy Monday” I am excited about the opportunities to share my music worldwide on jazz stages and then some. ~ Gordon Michaels Boston, MA (PRWEB) March 20, 2017 Entertainment has been in the bones of Gordon Michaels from a very early age, from his church’s children’s choir through his high school years. It seems that this foundation honed his personal expression developing his passion for performing. After attending New York City’s Music and Arts High School Michaels was afforded the opportunity to appear in the movie “Fame” as well as the soundtrack recording. This experience led […] Read More →

The Soul of a Corporation

Monday, April 10th, 2017:

She was the longest-standing member of REI, formerly called Recreational Equipment Inc., the company she founded with her husband, Lloyd Anderson, in 1938. Initially, they ran the operation out of the home they built in West Seattle. Their attic was the warehouse. Their kitchen was where Mary stitched together tents. From that farmhouse grew an empire of goose down and freeze-dried fettuccine. I interviewed this founding couple a few years before Lloyd Anderson died in 2000, at the age of 98. Mary started out as a public-school teacher. Lloyd was a city transit worker. They loved the mountains. But they […] Read More →

Row House Café, a South Lake Union holdout, to be torn down for apartments

Monday, April 10th, 2017:

A developer plans to tear down the Row House Cafe, made up of three early 1900s bungalows, and put up an eight-story, 91-unit apartment complex. The unstoppable development of South Lake Union continues. Next in line to be demolished is the Row House Café, at 1170 Republican St., made up of three one-story frame bungalows that in the early 1900s were homes to Seattle’s working class: The family of a bricklayer. A construction guy. A welder. By one vote, the city’s Landmarks Preservation Board did not muster enough votes to designate the site a landmark. A majority of the 11-member […] Read More →

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