Jeff Chen recently published a crossword puzzle in the New York Times (NYT) for the first time. Previously, Chen had puzzles in the LA Times. Chen said his puzzles were rejected 26 times before one stuck. He was paid $200 and worked on it for 10 hours. The theme of the puzzle was body parts …
With the primary elections coming up on Aug. 17, we want to showcase the Asian Americans who are running for office in this week’s issue.
The Harrison Ford movie “Extraordinary Measures” was released on DVD last month. This movie is based on a true story.
Now it may be true that a large number of American people are attributing their dissatisfaction with Obama to his multitasking — but are these people right? Should he just concentrate on war in Afghanistan? Should he just focus on the economy? How about just health care?
I could never imagine that chicken feet, despised by many Americans, would be the thing to link China and America in a win-win situation.
Marie Claire magazine’s “Indian Stunner” picks Tory Burch shirt retails for $550 J.Crew trousers retail for $228 Nicole Miller clutch retails for $175 (Photos provided by their respective companies) By Amy He NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY No trend is safe from the hands of fashion designers who are constantly on the prowl to satisfy the fickle […]
By Jason Cruz NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY “Third Generation Sneakerheads”: This is how John Mooney describes himself and frequent customers at his Pioneer Square shoe boutique, Gems Sneakershop. Rather than stocking his store with the latest athletic shoes, Mooney carefully selects his inventory by focusing on individual pieces rather than bulk. “Shopping here is like going […]