You don’t have to take my word for it that Seattle’s Fremont Noodle House Group is a fascinating bunch. Here are links to some noodlers’ web pages (listed more or less in descending order of their noodle tenure).
Please note: This page is really old, not updated since 2013.
Offers skillful psychotherapy and counseling with warmth, gentleness, and humor. Located in Fremont.
Teacher and choreographer of traditional dances of the Balkans and Islamic Orient.
Landlord extraordinaire, knowledgeable real estate agent, all-around good guy, and a diabolical April Fools Day trickster.
Liesbet.net | WindmillWorldwide.com
Liesbet’s business offering tools and practical strategies for work/life balance and a better quality of life, via seminars, keynote speeches, and work/life coaching.
Soul of a Citizen
The companion web site to Paul’s book, “Soul of a Citizen: Living With Conviction in a Cynical Time.”
Art’s cool biotech start-up.
Emerald Marine Products
Page’s nifty marine-safety-gadget company.
Randy’s innovative job-coaching and career-management agency.
Career counseling, marketing consulting, and high-tech job information.
David Bernstein’s cool tool that helps you accelerate your web surfing and manage your online research.
German and French translation, editing, and proofreading services.
Drumming and the Holistic Expression of Rhythm
Info on Simone’s drum classes, workshops, performances, and other news and events.
The New Road Map Foundation
Vicki’s non-profit that provides people with “practical tools and innovative approaches for managing and mastering basic life challenges.”
Karl’s surrealist films, paintings, and more.
Web 1 Marketing
Josh Freedman’s consulting service offering strategic marketing, web presence, small business services, and search engine marketing.
Roger Nachman Glassworks
Roger’s sculptural fused glass and art for architecture.
The Food Professionals
Kate’s food-industry public relations company.
Karen blogs about writing.
Michelle’s artisan painting company, offering unique wall murals. Her work will be featured in the 2005 Seattle Street of Dreams.