Todd Millar is the owner of Pull Caffe Wood Roasted Coffee, Pull Caffe Wood Fired Bakery and Hand Made Pull Espresso Machines, based in Yacolt. Currently, Millar is building A-frame Airbnb cabins on his seven-acre home and business property located in the foothills of the active Mount Saint Helens volcano.
Few people are so rad, they even have a type of joke named after them. In celebration of Father’s Day, meet eight Washington dads who are super men in the lives of their kiddos (and the community).
Dannul Dailey is a Seattle-based full-time voiceover artist and actor. Dailey can be seen in the Washington-made film, ALL SORTS, which is coming soon to SIFF Cinema.
Wes Yoo is the owner and chef of Wero, a modern Korean comfort restaurant in Seattle. “[It has] modernized and elevated takes of authentic Korean flavors I grew up with in Seoul.”
Thidaphat Ariyahirantrakul (a k a Chef Chimme) is the executive chef and owner at Di Fiora restaurant, as well as a model and social media influencer. Di Fiora is a new Capitol Hill/First Hill restaurant that celebrates Asian cooking techniques with produce found in Washington.
Anne Allgood is a professional actor, singer, coach and ACT Theatre CORE Company member who has appeared on Broadway and every major theater in Seattle. “Currently. I’m appearing in SWEAT, the Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece that is playing at ACT Theatre this May.”
As Princess Diana once said, “A mother’s arms are more comforting than anyone else’s.” We would have to agree. In honor of Mother’s Day, meet five mamas at various stages of parenting as they share their greatest joys, greatest challenges and greatest wishes for their children.
Tahlia Bolden is the new beverage director at Lark, an artisan-focused restaurant in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. The widely celebrated restaurant recently reopened its dining room after a two-year closure.
These Washington-based professionals are not only eco entrepreneurs; they are problem-solvers, finding ways to protect waterways, helping eliminate single-use plastics and Styrofoam and lessening trash in landfills. From upcycled fashion brands to forward-thinking food box services, meet the talents behind the companies that have a passion for the planet this Earth Day–and beyond.
Catherine Cornell is a scenic designer, freelance artist and avid writer whose work has appeared across the country but is primarily highlighted at theaters around the greater Seattle region, including The Book Club Play now at Village Theatre.