Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. It’s a brand new year and in this column, we take a look at two golfers.
Classical pianist Kevin Ahfat, appearing Jan. 19, 20, and 26 at the Seattle Symphony’s Shostakovich Festival, hails from Canada. But he claims an intriguing variety of cultural backgrounds.
The United States Postal Service (USPS) released the stamp on Jan. 5 in a ceremony open to the public at the Wing Luke Museum.
It seems like South Seattle’s Asian community can’t rest easy with criminals targeting them both on the streets and in their homes.
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A white bus with green decals cut in front of me — it was this pretty big and sleek-looking tour bus that carried Korean-looking people.
Our family usually has a Christmas tradition of watching a movie together on Christmas Day.
Long time community activist Al Sugiyama passed away on Jan. 2 at Swedish Hospital, surrounded by family and an intimate group of friends.
“I have fond memories of going over to the Sugiyama house to play basketball in their backyard while we were kids. The “court” was an uneven dirt area with a rickety hoop attached to the side of the house. Every time you dribbled the ball, it went off in a crazy direction. Every time Al […]
Have you heard of Vietgone? That’s what my friend asked me over Facebook messenger.