The ninja warriors were fierce, focused, and fun-driven. Kids between ages 6 and 18 leapt, scampered, swung, climbed, and grappled their way to the finish line on a 130-foot, indoor, inflatable obstacle course.
“Phantom of the Opera,” a novel by Gaston Leroux, was serialized in France between 1909 and 1910, and published in book form later in 1910. A tale of demented love between a beautiful young singer and a scarred musical genius hiding in the bowels of the Paris Opera House, it’s inspired several film versions, notably the 1925 silent classic starring Lon Chaney Sr., stage adaptations, and at least two musicals, including the world-famous Andrew Lloyd Webber version that spawned its own film.
By Wayne Chan Northwest Asian Weekly The social network thing? I’ve got it all worked out. From my observation, every single post on Facebook and Twitter can be categorized into three specific types. Videos showing how to make various recipes that involve at least one of three ingredients – butter, bacon, and Oreo cookies. Pictures […]
In honor of Mother’s Day, we asked some members of our community to share stories of their favorite food mom would prepare, or a time they embarrassed their mom or vice versa.
This festival featured spectacular dances and artists from around the state, visual arts, hands-on activities, and the always popular Hum Bow Eating Contest with local celebrities.
The Asian Counseling and Referral Services (ACRS)’s new Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Democracy Initiative needs your help to raise $200,000.
It’s a warm April evening, and a group of friends have gathered for the Harvest Festival. They take turns placing floating lights upon the surface of a placid lake, collecting lanterns of various shapes, and making dedications in exchange for honor.
This fall, University of Washington students will be able to take classes at the historic Denny Hall, which has been under renovation since last summer.
By Marissa Meyer
Feiwel & Friends, 2016
Just when we thought the adventures of Cinder and her ragtag gang of Lunars, Earthlings, and nonhumans were finished, Marissa Meyer returns with a collection of six short stories from the Lunar Chronicles universe.
In an era of auto-tune, lip-synching, pre-recorded vocals, pre-recorded imposter vocals, and huge video screens dwarfing human performs, Hatsune Miku has to be the next step in the evolution of live shows. She doesn’t actually exist.