By Andrew Hamlin Northwest Asian Weekly With influences ranging from Good Charlotte, and Ellegarden to, more recently, Linkin Park and Coldrain, Japan’s One Ok Rock sauntered into the Seattle area for a show at the ShoWare Center in Kent. Singer Takahiro Moriuchi, known by his stage name Taka, has some knowledge of the United States. […]
Arry Yu, CEO and founder of Gift Starter was guest speaker for KAC-WA’s first happy hour of the year April 16th at the Stout Pub in Seattle. Yu is an entrepreneur and functional designer who has been immersed in business leadership roles growing new offices in services, entrepreneurial ventures and in the world of startups. Prior […]
Starting January 1, 2015, the City of Seattle will no longer allow food or compostable paper, including pizza boxes, paper napkins and paper towels, in the garbage.
Despite widespread belief, 98118 is not the most diverse zip code in the United States, but it’s close. Of the 17,000 metropolitan zip codes in use by the United States Postal Service, it’s 64th, according to Diana Canzoneri, demographer and policy analyst for the Seattle Planning Commission. Neighboring 98178, which covers South Rainier Beach and […]
By William Kates The Associated Press SYRACUSE, New York (AP) — A fugitive American, who claimed he was a psychiatrist, will be returned to upstate New York to face federal charges in which he took $70,000 for a bogus promise of a liver transplant in the Philippines, a federal prosecutor said March 19.