The New Year brings a lot of new and exciting things for people. But welcoming a new family member is a whole new experience and celebration.
On Jan. 29, children and their parents, and for the first time, a couple of canines took part in the Lunar New Year Children’s Parade and Northwest Asian Weekly’s 8th Annual Costume Contest in Seattle’s International District.
Our parents always have a story about how they met. They may not share it with their children, and they may not share all of it. But a story always lies in the past.
When it comes to Lunar New Year, your year is what you eat. Want luck, prosperity, good fortune, and longevity?
As thousands of men and women lined up on South Jackson Street waiting to join Womxn’s March to the Seattle Center on Jan. 20, the Chinatown International District became a vital link of a massive movement.
For the last few months, you may have seen previews for a comedy biopic based on the book, Hidden Figures, written Margot Lee Shetterly.
CHINESE TAKE-OUT CHICKEN AND BROCCOLI
Start to finish: 25 minutes (Active time: 20 minutes)
Servings: 4 to 6
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.