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Fourth Street Grill

History’s best art, food and inspiration for social change can come from its worst tragedies, war and struggle. After the Vietnam War, more than 300,000 orphans and 800,000 children lost one or both parents...

Fourth Street Grill

"Lee has taken a well-worn topic—“the way we were” in college and the years immediately after—but begins the novel at the chronological end of the story, with the suicide of one of the protagonists, Joshua Yoon. That he pulls it off is due in no small part to his ability to confound this reader’s expectations time and again." This review is part of the International Examiner's 2015 Pacific Reader series.

Food For Thought: Milk, Cheese & Fast Food

Milk, cheese, and fast food. Though not considered traditional fare, research shows the adoption of Western dietary practices varies with the country of origin and higher acculturation levels of communities can lead to higher...

Asian Comfort Foods

My Tam H. Nguyen is a graduate from the Asian Pacific Islander Community Leadership Foundation’s (ACLF) Community Leadership Program Class of 2008. She works in community relations for the City of Seattle. Nguyen is...

Asian Comfort Foods

My Tam H. Nguyen is a graduate from the Asian Pacific Islander Community Leadership Foundation’s (ACLF) Community Leadership Program Class of 2008. She works in community relations for the City of Seattle. Nguyen is...

Wine Not?

Gambas Japanese and French Restaurant 2230 Third Ave Seattle, WA 98121 (206) 728-5092 Ganbat Puntsag was a lawyer before becoming a chef. With over thirty years of culinary experience, Chef Puntsag pairs his Japanese Izakaya and French dining...