Feel Good Friday: Cookbooks, Style, and New Resources

Providence Heights Dedicates New Training Center to Women in Need 

Faith-based nonprofit organization Providence Heights is dedicating its first training center to Seattle-area women in need, with an emphasis on housing and job training. The one-year live-in training model, located at Bellevue’s former Red Lion Hotel complex, takes a step-by-step approach to teach women helpful entrepreneurial skills like web design, finance, marketing strategies, starting LLCs, and more. The ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony will be on Jan. 8. Learn more.

Dressed to Thrill 

Style and beauty writer Andrew Hoge sat down with T-Mobile’s Maurice James and asked about his style and how the right clothes help boost his outlook on the day in his latest column, AH, That’s Style. Read more.

Overlake Begins COVID-19 Vaccinations of Frontline Health Care Workers

Overlake Medical Center recently received the first of its Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations and began the inoculation of over 170 essential health care workers. The remaining Overlake staff will receive vaccinations as they are available in the upcoming weeks. Learn more.

In Vogue: Sustainable Fibers

 In the true fashion of turning lemons into lemonade, Elisa Yip took a risk and launched her own luxury knitwear brand, SSKEIN. Yip said she’s seen the harmful impact fast fashion has on our planet, so she wanted to create a knitwear brand with “purpose and integrity.” Of course, we wanted to know more.

New Cookbooks for the New Year

Resolution-ready or not, here it comes: 2021. Whether looking to adopt health-conscious habits or just recipe inspiration, here are some new books, including several by local authors. Read more.

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