Introducing Mercer Island’s Island Thunder Volleyball Club

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

With the 2018 season in full swing, Mercer Island’s Island Thunder Volleyball Club is dedicated to winning, but they’re also about developing their athletes off the court. Read More

Welcome To Town, Seawolves!

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

The Seawolves are making history as Seattle’s very first professional rugby team. Traditionally, rugby hasn’t been of utmost popularity in the United States, but Seawolves’ lock and Mercer Island resident Jeremy Lenaerts is confident that the sport is bound to be a favorite in no time. Read More

Introducing Dr. Natalya Ageyeva

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

Growing up, music was always a part of Dr. Natalya Ageyeva’s life. “It’s a cultural thing,” said the acclaimed concert pianist about being exposed to classical music from a young age in her native Russia. Ageyeva currently resides on Mercer Island, but has performed sensational piano music for audiences all over the world. Read More

Old Dog Haven

This article can also be found in the April 2018 issue of Queen Anne Living Magazine.

Just when it seems like there’s no hope for an older dog without a human family, Old Dog Haven steps in to provide healing and comfort. The organization, which was started 14 years ago by Judith and Lee Piper, gives older dogs a safe, loving place to call home for their final years. Read More

Drew Myers

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

It’s hard not to occasionally fantasize about hopping into a speedboat on Lake Washington on those days when traffic seems to be moving at the speed of molasses. Read More

Meet The Niedermans!

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

When the Niederman family moved to Mercer Island from Chicago nearly four years ago, they were anticipating the infamous “Seattle Freeze.” What they got, however, was something beyond incredible. Read More

Is It Just A Tummy Ache Or Something More?

This article can also be found at Zen Dog Walking.

It’s the dead of winter and, of course, sickness is running rampant. Colds always seem to last for weeks on end, and let’s not even talk about what happens when you get the flu. Getting sick sucks no matter which species you belong to, but lucky for us humans, we have the ability to convey with language exactly how and why we’re not feeling so great. Dogs, on the other hand, don’t have that luxury and often times we just have to guess what’s hurting them based on their behaviors.  Read More