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Little Saigon Landmark Project Tackles Business Loss and Gentrification

Photo caption: Conceptual illustration of indoor night market.  Usage of this image is not authorized without consent from Emerald Night Market. When Little Saigon first sprouted in the late 1970s from an area that was...

Finding Food and Comfort During the Winter Holidays

For some people, the holiday season brings thoughts of a warm house, family, celebrations and feasts. But for many others, the holidays are a time of high electric bills, freezing cold temperatures, scarce food,and...

Seattle’s Berliner Döner Kebab Serves Turkish Cuisine by Way of Germany

The Berliner Döner Kebab serves Turkish-style street food sold in Germany, similar to Greek gyros that are widely popular in the U.S. A “döner” is commonly served on fladenbröt (literally “flat bread” in German)...

The IE’s Third Annual Northwest Asian Pacific American Reader’s Choice Awards of 2012

Join us for our Community Reception on Thursday, December 6, 2012! The International Examiner is pleased to announce the winners of our 3rd annual NW APA Reader’s Choice Awards and invite you to attend our...

Does A Third Stadium Loom Over an Endangered Neighborhood?

Seattle’s plans to build a new sports facility has been as hectic as watching a game itself. On Sept. 24, the Seattle City Council approved a deal to help build a new sports arena in...

No More Free Ride

Hop on any bus in the International District (ID) heading downtown during a rush hour, and it’s likely you’ll be surrounded by groups of excited elementary school students with their teacher on a field...

Remembering Sherry

Sherry Soth wanted nothing more than to find herself. At 21-years-old, she was interested in just about everything. “If you were close to her, you just knew that she wanted to find herself so badly....

WWII’s Flying Tigers Reunite

FASA aims to celebrate the collective experience of Filipinos at UW by serving as a platform to honor their past, spread appreciation of Filipino history, and to establish new bonds to create an intergenerational and diverse network of people

WWII’s Flying Tigers Reunite

Veterans share how the community and Chinatowns across the country changed forever after their return home — including them.

J-word a No-No

People enter an art museum or gallery with the presumption that the work on display is in its final form. Whether finished days or centuries ago, the artist’s signature attests that it is as perfect as she or he could make it. Be forewarned: Ko Kirk Yamahira’s solo show, currently on view at the Frye Art Museum, is a work in progress