Griffin Running of Tahoma High School won the 2011 Congressional Art Competition for Washington’s Eighth Congressional District with a work titled “Puddle.”
At the corner of 3rd Avenue and Lawrence Street in Black Diamond, the small Italian Fresh Pizza building has the veneer of a drive-by eating establishment.
A daily special of $5.99 for a 14 inch cheese or pepperoni pizza gives the impression that quality is sacrificed for speediness, a place for people on-the-go.
With a new device called Square, businesses can now have their customers make credit card purchases on iPhones or Android devices.
The technology is utilized by people like 25-year-old Levi Anderson, who runs Boyrista, a coffee stand he started two years ago.