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Acclaimed artist Keiko Matsui returns to Seattle

Every year for over 20 years, Japanese-born contemporary jazz pianist and composer Keiko Matsui has performed for Seattle audiences. Keiko Matsui performs on Aug. 13-20 at Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley, located at 2033 6th Ave. in Seattle.

Local author Donna Miscolta’s writing reflects her mixed heritage

Seattle author Donna Miscolta’s writing, influenced by her multicultural family, brings a personal perspective on the immigrant experience in America. It was in her late 30s, while living in Seattle, that writing became a habit...

Filmmakers reflect on API films screened at SIFF

Three films to look back on

Bassist Linda Oh crosses boundaries, takes the lead in Seattle return

March 30 performance at Seattle Art Museum

ArtsFund’s Mari Horita leading the charge for community arts

Power2give/PugetSound enables community art

Composer Paul Kikuchi Honors His Great-Granddad in ‘Bat of No Bird Island’

With the help of an old handwritten memoir of 300 or so pages and a limited 78RPM Japanese record collection mostly from the 1930s and ‘40s, Seattle-based composer and percussionist Paul Kikuchi explores the...

$500,000 Plan Underway to Strengthen ID Business

In an effort to attract new entrepreneurs and strengthen existing businesses in the Chinatown-International District, the Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority (SCIDpda) will use the $500,000 in state capital funding they...

Meet Miles Okazaki, Internationally Acclaimed Jazz Guitarist from Port Townsend

Noted New York-based guitarist Miles Okazaki has toured all over the U.S., Europe, Africa, South America and Asia, but Washington state is where his interest in music began. “I grew up around a lot of...

Multimedia Group Spurs Dialogue Among Southeast Asian Young Men

From left to right, Christian Herradura, Eric You, Jimmy Truong, Cyrus Malapajo, Minhkennedy Pham and Gabriel Estrella. Photo credit: Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS). With rising graduation and college entry standards, as well as a...