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Episode 20: Happily Ever After. Sex in Seattle’s Final Act

It’s been almost twelve years since four Asian American young women talked at a dinner party about not being able to recognize themselves in roles on TV and the stage. Actor Kathy Hsieh found herself...

“In the Heights” Strikes High Cords with Audience

Arielle Jacobs, who originated the role of Gabriella in the national tour of Disney’s “High School Musical” and whose mother is Filipina, portrays the Puerto Rican character Nina Rosario in “In the Heights”. In...

“In the Heights” Strikes High Cords with Audience

Arielle Jacobs, who originated the role of Gabriella in the national tour of Disney’s “High School Musical” and whose mother is Filipina, portrays the Puerto Rican character Nina Rosario in “In the Heights”. In...

A Common Thread that Binds Families in “Long for this World”

The release date of “Long for This World” by Sonya Chung was March 2nd. If it hadn’t been for Chang Rae Lee’s latest “The Surrendered” hitting the shelves two weeks later, everyone who reads...

A Common Thread that Binds Families in “Long for this World”

21 Progress will be hosting "Thrive! Building Solidarity with Undocumented API Folx," a training on how to support undocumented API individuals and the narrative of who is considered undocumented.

Learning from Edo Japan what ‘Just Enough’ is

Azby Brown, whose “The Very Small House” was reviewed in the International Examiner in 2005 has come out with another gem. In “Just Enough: Lessons in Living Green from Traditional Japan” (Kodansha International) Brown...

Learning from Edo Japan what ‘Just Enough’ is

Chinatown/ International District(CID) features three ping pong tournaments for all ping-pong players in Hing Hay Park on July 14 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., and the additional tournaments will be held on Aug. 11 and Sept. 8.

A Dreamcoat Come True

They met at the Village Theatre in Issaquah when he was the Music Director for “Evita” and she performed the leading role. Last summer he played piano at her wedding and now he’s got...

“All Dressed Up with Someplace to Go”

It’s been about five years since yours truly reported on Luly Yang and the imaginative window displays at her Studio Boutique on the corner of Fourth and University. Recent passers-by may also have to...

A Search for Missing Earrings

On First Thursday September 3rd, fiber artist Tina Koyama celebrates a first showing of “My 50th Year” at the Toshiro Kaplan Studios. Together with three other recipients of the 2009 PONCHO/Pratt Artist In Residence...