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Founded 17 years ago, Vossler Media Group in Kirkland has blossomed into a massive sibling success story.

Terry Thoren has spent his career making cartoons like Rugrats and The Wild Thornberrys. The Snohomish resident now owns a company called Wonder Media, which creates animations that educate and empower kids of all ages.

The 2019 Seattle Film Summit, taking place this weekend, is continuing its legacy as the premier workforce development event in the Pacific Northwest for filmmakers, distributers, and independent contractors.

In 2008, The Parlor in Bellevue’s Lincoln Square transitioned from a place to grab a bite and shoot some pool to the beginnings of the region’s premier comedy club. Since that transition, Reuben Buck, The Parlor’s booking agent, has been the man responsible for filling out the calendar and making sure the venue is filled with a steady stream of laughs.

As 2018 comes to a close, we're taking a look back at the most popular 425 Business stories of the year. 

Kirkland residents: It’s time to throw out your “no caffeine after 2 p.m.” rule — Cinemark is bringing a state-of-the-art, eight-screen cinema to The Village at Totem Lake that will feature a café with specialty coffee and ice cream.