Trendsetting and trailblazing – this HuffPost reporter shoots straight sports talk.
A 2,400-mile barrier can’t stop New York resident Jordan Schultz’s love for Seattle. Born and bred in the Emerald City, 25-year-old Schultz debuted as a collegiate basketball player for Seattle University before transferring to a liberal arts school, Occidental College, outside of Los Angeles and making his way to the Big Apple to pursue his journalism dream.
Trendsetting and Trailblazing — this food maven takes the foodie scene by storm.
In a city full of fashion and food obsessives, only a limited few earn the title “guru.” Food blogger, author, and restaurant owner Molly Wizenberg is one of those over-the-top foodies whose extra kick of sugar and spice got her just what she wanted for an occupation, and a lot of the unexpected.
Trendsetting and trailblazing — this Seattleite documents grunge legends.
Lance Mercer’s introduction to photography came from his father, who dabbled with the craft and had a darkroom at home. Eventually Mercer earned his own 35mm SLR and discovered the grunge scene, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Trendsetting and trailblazing — this visionary talent is a creative powerhouse.
Jim Haven is a person of deviation, a fountain of ideas and an innovator of solutions. His strengths (which he once identified as weaknesses) have evolved into award-winning strategies used for the many high profile clients his advertising and marketing company, Creature, services across the country.
Trendsetting and trailblazing — this trio takes bacon to a whole new level.
Five years ago, Sven Liden, Stefan Schachtell, and Chris Marshall combined one adventurous weekend of camping and added a little dash of trial and error sessions of tastin’ and mixin’ to develop what some are calling the smoothest vodka they’ve ever had — but here’s the twist, it’s bacon flavored.
Trendsetting and trailblazing — this local entrepreneur quenches thirst around the world.
From the moment Bryan Papé, 26, began to talk about his business venture—the new line of hip and functional water bottles called MiiR—his enthusiasm and passion were evident.
Trendsetting and trailblazing — these wine makers add hipster flavor to their vino.
When Chip McLaughlin, 26, and Spencer Richards, 25, aren’t verbally wrestling like brothers and jamming out to their favorite Thrice riff, they’re making avant-garde wine under the pseudonym of Vinyl Wines.