Business Spotlight: Nue

Meet Uyen Nguyen, co-owner of Nue – a globally-inspired restaurant located in the heart of Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. Nue is a culinary destination that offers a menu featuring everyday eats from around the world, from South African bunny chow to Brazilian acarajé. Uyen's restaurant is a love letter to the diverse flavors and dishes she...
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Business Spotlight: Reclaim Clay Collective

Meet Siera Matsuo and Luanne Wilson, owners of Reclaim Clay Collective – a POC, queer, women-owned pottery and arts studio located in the Chinatown-International District (C-ID) in Seattle.  Reclaim Clay Collective is a creative arts space that offers classes, workshops, and memberships for pottery and other art mediums like risograph printing,...
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5 Small Businesses Recommended by Drag Personality Aleksa Manila

Image by Clean Earth Photography During the day, Aleksa Manila is an activist. At night, she revels in the world of socialites. As a highly acclaimed and respected drag personality, Aleksa has made a name for herself in the Seattle community and beyond. Originally from Manila, Philippines, she...
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Seattle Storm Recommend 12 AANHPI-owned Businesses

The Seattle Storm are longtime social justice advocates on and off the court. We've teamed up with them again to recommend 12 AANHPI-owned businesses where Seattle Storm fans can eat, drink, and shop! Pro tip: The Storm also recommends 15 Black-owned Businesses where fans are encouraged to...
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Business Spotlight: AmyWorks

Meet Amy Ecklund, the owner of AmyWorks in Seattle’s Industrial District. For over 30 years expert remodeler Amy has been remodeling and repairing Seattleites’ homes. She started her business because she knew people in her community needed her services and the jobs she could offer and is dedicated to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace and...
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Business Spotlight: Wenatchi Wear

Meet Mary Big Bull-Lewis, owner of Wenatchi Wear in Wenatchee, WA. An enrolled member of the Colville Confederated Tribe, Mary grew up noticing a lack of Indigenous representation. In 2019, Mary and her husband Rob founded Wenatchi Wear, located on the P’Squosa (Wenatchi) homelands in the neighborhood she grew up in Get to know more about Mary and...
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