Veteran Spotlight: Dean Hobson

This article can also be found in the February 2018 issue of Mercer Island Living Magazine.

Dean Hobson spent eight years in the Navy as a Hospital Corpsman, where he specialized in molecular imaging and acted as a radiological disaster first-responder. He mainly worked in hospitals, as well as with children and adults with cancer, thyroid dysfunctions and heart disease. Read More

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Island Books Wins King Five Best Of Western Washington Award

This article can also be found in the February 2018 issue of Mercer Island Living.

Congratulations are in order! The public voted for Mercer Island’s own Island Books as King 5’s 2017 Best Bookstore of Western Washington, and owner Laurie Raisys couldn’t be more excited. Read More

Athlete Of The Month: Amy Wolff

This article can also be found in the February 2018 issue of Mercer Island Living Magazine.

Health and fitness has always been a huge part of Amy Posner Wolff’s life. “It’s therapy,” she said about why she exercises. “I don’t feel right physically and mentally if go a few days without exercising.” Read More

Concure Oncology

This article can also be found in the December 2017 issue of Mercer Island Living Magazine.

Being diagnosed with breast cancer is scary enough without having to worry about treatment options. Concure Oncology is working to change that with the Breast Microseed Treatment, an incredible new treatment option for early-stage breast cancer. Read More

Catching Up With The Bunins

This article can also be found in the December 2017 issue of Mercer Island Living Magazine.

Although Barry, Steve, Mark and David Bunin all live in different parts of the country, they can still always count on feeling right at home when they come back to visit Mercer Island where they grew up. Read More

Seattle Stand Down

This article can also be found in the November 2017 issue of Queen Anne Living Magazine and Mercer Island Living Magazine.

In keeping with the spirit of the mantra, “never leave a fallen comrade behind,” The Seattle Stand Down helps veterans in need transition from military to civilian life. Read More