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Be Prepared for ‘Earthquake’ of Changes in Little Saigon, Says One Neighborhood Advocate

Little Saigon, a vibrant and robust community, has been a taste of home to Vietnamese refugees for more than 30 years. As a result of many City of Seattle projects such as the Yesler...

Syria, Shakespeare and Sympathy

At the International Day of Peace in Olympia, Wash., celebrators express their love and sympathy for the people of Syria. Photo credit: Audrey Daye. Syria, in recent news, has been nothing short of a Shakespearian...

What’s Cooking? An Outdoor Kitchen is Coming to Danny Woo Garden Next Summer

One of the most rare of its kind in perhaps the whole nation,  InterIm Community Development Association plans on building a community outdoor kitchen, or “Neighborhood Cookery” as part of Danny Woo Garden. The...

City rolls back evening parking rates

Photo Caption: Restaurant owners say their businesses are hurting to due myriad transportation and parking issues in the Chinatown-International District. Photo credit: Atia Mutasazy. The City of Seattle’s decision to roll back parking rates throughout the...

Asian and Pacific Islanders Urged to Donate at Feb. 16 Blood Drive

Photo Caption: API Blood Drive founder Ed Wong (foreground) and longtime supporter Herb Tsuchiya (background) make a regular practice of donating blood. Wong recommends that people donate every six months to broaden the pool...

Work Toward Home Loans by Building Good Credit Out of College

From test scores to grade point averages, it’s easy to feel like one’s value comes down to a single number during teenage years. It also happens that in your 20s, you’ll find there’s a...

Tech Babies’ Futures Might Be Brighter Under the Glow of the Screen

A startling 20 percent of babies in utero to two-year-olds have a television in their bedroom, according to a recent study published in the journal for the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Immersed in...

The Season for Caregiving, Appreciating Family Life

The holiday season can mean a number of things, from Christmas playlists to festive Starbucks drinks, to shopping for bargains. But what do the holidays really signify underneath the commercial and flashy images that...

API Immigrants Pioneer Foraging Industry, Organic Produce

Way before the organic eating wave could even be considered a trend, early immigrant Asian American families were unknowingly at the forefront of the movement. Whether for personal consumption or for selling purposes, several...

Who Takes the Light Rail?

More than 15 years ago, Sound Transit took the voter-approved initiative to construct the region’s first light rail with strategically located stations along Martin Luther King Jr. Way in hopes of sparking development. Real...