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Secret Agents Take the Stage

Throngs of fans lined the streets of South Downtown on a recent sunny Sunday. As they filtered through the doors of Showbox SoDo to kick-off this year’s International Secret Agents (ISA) concert tour on...

Drink Up!

American coffee and tea culture has seen many trends come and go in years’ past with a couple of hot items making a lasting impression. While Vietnamese coffee has made its way across the...

Living with Cancer

In the summer of 1993, Janelle Le was about to enter her senior year at Lindbergh high school when she experienced something she had felt dozens of times before, a cold. A month later,...

Living with Cancer

In the summer of 1993, Janelle Le was about to enter her senior year at Lindbergh high school when she experienced something she had felt dozens of times before, a cold. A month later,...

As Seen on TV

Asian Americans are considered one of the fastest-growing ethnic groups in the country. With this continual increase, it’s inevitable that Asian Americans will be observed in many facets of American life. One influence is in...

As Seen on TV

What stands out, above all, however, are the portrait-style entries, displaying extraordinary faces of common citizens and conveying warmth and closeness. We see a shy young woman, a child dressed as God Shiva, a man with a henna beard, and a tribal elder. Each seem to tell a story. Says Dalrymple: “From the masked crowds of Kumbh to a lone woodsman in a Himalayan forest, all Indian humanity is here.”

A Pastor Gives Up Yearly Salary to Charity

Three billion people in the world live on less than $2 a day while 1.4 billion live on less than $1.25—under conditions considered extreme poverty. To read such facts is effortless but to see...

A Pastor Gives Up Yearly Salary to Charity

Ordinance expands access to voting

Fired Up for ‘Fueled Creative’

For Bret Nielsen, executive producer and owner of Fueled Creative, all he needed was a spark—to defy the odds, grow, succeed, and in turn, give back. Fifteen years ago, Nielsen was used to being in...