While everyone else is busy “disrupting” the tech industry, at least one Tacoma business owner is just trying to make job training more entertaining.
Sitting a block down from one of Tacoma’s busiest intersections at Sprague and 7th Ave. sits a 105 year old building that, for the last decade, has sat vacant and largely ignored by passersby.
There’s a new crane on the block, right next door to the Tacoma Public Library’s Main Branch. It’s part of the work transforming the parking lot located at 1210 Tacoma Ave. S into a $40 million, 166-unit, mixed-use private development called Hailey Apartments.
There are few dining experiences that thrill the taste buds while entertaining the diner quite like teppanyaki
We’ve all had jobs that paid well but left us feeling hollow and probably most of us have stayed a long time at jobs that paid next to nothing because we simply loved doing it.
If you live in Tacoma, chances are good that you've passed by FabLab without ever realizing it. That's a shame, my friend, because it's one of the most interesting businesses in the city.
Spun is helping Tacoma get dirty...and creative! If you aren’t paying attention, you might just miss it.
What would leap to mind if I were to say the name Bluebeard? Most would mumble something about a pirate or a fairytale, but those in Tacoma might answer "coffee" or even "a cat."