Ichiro Suzuki defined his career with speed and sharp hits. It was only fitting he flashed both in his historic moment.
Officer Craig Hanaumi has a “bucket list” of things he has done in his Bellevue Police Officer uniform as a form of outreach.
The Experience Music Project Museum (EMP) has been supporting Seattle’s music industry for more than a decade with its annual competition called Sound off!, the Northwest’s premier 21-and-under battle of the bands.
We now know who will face each other in the presidential race, Hillary Clinton vs Donald Trump.
The 32nd Bellevue Festival of the Arts (BFoA) will take place this weekend (July 29–31) as a part of “Bellevue Arts Fair Weekend.”
State Sen. Cyrus Habib was born in Baltimore, Md., to parents who emigrated from Iran. A three-time cancer survivor, Habib lost his eyesight and became fully blind at age 8. Shortly afterwards, his family moved to Bellevue.
A vegan propaganda table at a Goldfinger concert was what first drew Filipino chef Kristina Glinoga’s awareness to the issues surrounding industrial meats and animal husbandry.
After a 28-year run of the most classic Broadway show of all time, the New York production of The Phantom of the Opera has made history this year by recruiting the first Asian American Christine, Ali Ewoldt.
A big thanks to our sponsors, participants, judges, co-chairs, and the planning committee.
Also a big thanks to the Chinatown/International District Business Improvement Area for being the key organizer for this year’s Dragon Fest.
The Northwest Asian Weekly teamed up with Seattle City Light, Waste Management and Alaska Airlines to bring environmental awareness through the 3rd Annual Recycling Fashion Contest on July 16.