Through serving up flavorful naans, curries, and biryanis, Naan -N- Curry has long gained a reputation for serving up some of the best Pakistani and Indian food on the Eastside.
A lawsuit filed in federal court alleges that a 66-year-old Chinese immigrant man was killed in August 2018 as a result of two Issaquah police officers using excessive force when none was justified.
Federal prosecutors accused two Oregon college students of scamming Apple out of $900,000 by allegedly importing counterfeit iPhones and exchanging them for legitimate ones.
By Becky Chan Northwest Asian Weekly “Personal responsibility is the key to individual success” flashed on the screen. It’s early Friday morning, the 13 students fidgeted as they stood in a line across the back of the classroom. Seattle Police Department (SPD) Officer Martin Welte, the instructor, asked the students to move to a spot […]
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Want to meet the only Asian American among the more than 20 Democratic presidential candidates? You can. He’s coming to Seattle. Born in New York, Andrew Yang, a venture capitalist, plans to hold a rally on May 3 at the Gasworks Park at 6 p.m. The Chinese community is […]
The iconic cherry trees in the University of Washington (UW)’s quad have reached peak bloom, and last weekend was prime viewing time to see the blossoms. Peak bloom is when at least 70 percent of the blossoms have emerged. The amount of daylight and favorable temperatures are the two most important factors that determine bloom […]
On March 26, Grandmothers Against Gun Violence (GAGV) put on a reception and program featuring Dr. Hahrie Han, an Anton Vonk Professor of Political Science and Environmental Politics at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Han specializes in civic and political participation, collective action, organizing, and social change. This reception took place at the Northwest […]
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan announced that she will nominate Bobby Lee as the next director of the City’s Office of Economic Development. Lee currently serves as the director of economic development for the City of Portland. Prior to his service with the City of Portland, Lee served in the Office of Governor Kate Brown as […]
The Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra (SYSO) is bidding a farewell to Alice Ikeda, its current chair of the board, and it is saying hello to Christine Chang, its next board chair. Chang is slated to take over for Ikeda in June. Chang currently serves on the board of directors. She is a violinist and also […]
By Mike Schneider and Terry Spencer The Associated Press ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — When Florida authorities shut down 10 massage spas last month and charged hundreds of men with buying sex, they broke a longstanding pattern of meting out minor charges and punishment for owners, letting patrons off scot-free and turning a mostly blind eye […]