From the Impossible Burger to a local startup’s “chicken” nuggets, vegan meat substitutes are serious business.
Shifts & Shakeups
Six dining developments on our radar this week.
A local operation called Ridwell will help those blue and white envelopes and filmy plastic air pillows find a purposeful new existence.
Silicon Valley Who?
Young, wide-eyed tech bros can sleep a little better knowing they’re making more money than Jeff Bezos—sort of.
Seattle startup Ridwell takes what the city’s blue bins won’t.
The founders of Atomo have created a purportedly more sustainable coffee—in a lab, without using a single bean.
An executive order sets March 1 as the council's deadline for its first meeting.
Promising smartphone app BiliScreen is using selfies for science.
Colorful, handmade, and socially responsible.
Get ready to find everything covetable, unique and cool in skincare at Beauty Beyond Borders' (3B) new online shop.
How I Got Here
Brett Patrontasch launched the app in Seattle at the height of the secured scheduling debate.
Here in Seattle, he wants to find you a ride to your next appointment.
“It was astounding to see how far remittances went in people’s lives.”
Tom Douglas’s Lion’s Den is Like TV’s ‘Shark Tank,’ only better.
Tech startups are booming in Seattle. So where are all the investors?
Taser’s purchase of a local photo-sharing startup is weird, but it isn’t the weirdest.
James Ross Gardner