The prestigious hair academies of TONI&GUY employ a learn-by-doing approach, giving students a chance to apply cutting-edge techniques that shape their careers upon graduation through daily hands-on experience.
After hundreds of hours training on mannequins, students move on to real heads in each fully operating salon, cutting and styling the hair of patrons as well as whipping up their own dyes for highlights and all-over color. Instructor supervision provides further education and ensures standard Toni&Guy quality.
Broiler Bay is a self-proclaimed mom 'n' pop burger shop serving up juicy charbroiled patties that Seattle Magazine considers to be among the Best 5 Burgers Under $5. Unlike many other burger joints that dress up their meat with unusual accouterments and bright red lipstick, this eatery outfits its burgers with simple, distinctly American garnishes, such as chili, bacon, and swiss cheese. For a complete meal, add a shake or malt blended with hard ice cream, and a side order such as the hand-made onion rings, called "tender, flavor-packed bangles" by a writer for Seattle Weekly.
Sibling House’s network of homes works to help brothers and sisters continue living together in a safe, loving environment while they are separated from their birth parents. The state or a private agency places children into this network, which consists of approved, licensed foster homes that are willing to take siblings. Along with raising public awareness of foster care and supporting an environment of family unity, Sibling House assists foster parents by providing food, clothing, household furnishings, and donated vehicles, as well as knowledge and experience.
There's much more to a Seattle Walk Star experience than walking. Canines are given the opportunity to run, play, or even swim—all in the pursuit of tiring out even the most high-energy pooches. Adventures vary greatly depending on the location, the number of dogs, and their combined knowledge of local plant life. An insured walker can be solicited for a one-time jaunt or routine walks on a weekly, biweekly, or monthly basis.
Scott Sherman opened his eponymous shop because his previous dealership gig prevented him from spending enough time with each customer and their car. That was in 1952. More than 60 years later, the ASE-certified technicians at Scott Sherman Auto Care continue to operate under this original vision. The staff here prides itself on personal attention, which, along with their continued training and state-of-the-art equipment, allows them to service each vehicle with the care it requires.
The skilled team offers everything from oil changes to transmission work, getting cars back on the road before they start thinking about retiring in a nice sandy junkyard. And, ensuring owners receive the same level of service, the shop offers loaner vehicles as well as free shuttle rides for customers who need a lift while their car is being repaired.