On Jan. 25, Seatac City Councilmember Peter Kwon received the Slade Gorton Rising Star Award, in recognition of his dedication to public service, community engagement, pragmatic approach, and tangible community improvements. Kwon is the first non-partisan elected official to receive this award in its ten year history. Originally called the “Rising Star Award,” it was […]
On Jan. 29, former Gov. Gary Locke released a statement saying, “I cannot think of anyone better than Joe Biden to assume the role of commander-in-chief at this critical time. I am proud to endorse him for president.”
The Bellevue Collection, Seattle Chinese Culture & Arts Association and sponsors held its annual Lunar New Year celebration at Bellevue Square on Feb. 1.
The Port of Seattle’s proposed cruise ship terminal, located on the waterfront in Pioneer Square, would draw several thousand people a week starting in 2023.
Imagine you had a good friend that went away. You kept driving by her house, but the windows were shuttered.
The Seattle Bruce Lee Fan Club announced in a news release on Feb. 2, a request for research from Hong Kong and China on the possibility of a Bruce Lee child in Hong Kong.
The lead positions on the Bellevue City Council are set for the next two years with Lynne Robinson in the mayoral role through a unanimous vote last month.
Chase Bank launched Chase Private Client (CPC) at its Uwajimaya branch on Jan. 31.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced on Feb. 5 that it will immediately commit up to $100 million for the global response to the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).
Seven new members have been elected to join the Seattle Symphony Board of Directors including Cheryl Lee, an attorney with Helsell Fetterman, and Diena Lee Mann, Vice President of Digital Strategy at iLink. “The world recognizes Seattle as an exciting community that values inclusivity, invention, and curiosity,” shared Krishna Thiagarajan, President & CEO of the […]