Patrick Kazuo Hagiwara, an alumnus of Ketchikan High School (class of 1936), member of the 442 Regimental Combat Team (RCT)
At its location in Renton, Tea Palace hosted a kick-off event for 2010 Miss Washington Scholarship contestants, among them Miss Pierce County, Kristen Tateishi,
Winners include the African American Elders Program, International Community Health Services (ICHS), Open Arms Perinatal Services, Pastor Richard Gamble,
The National Association of Asian American Professionals-Seattle Chapter (NAAAP-Seattle) awarded Stacy Huynh it’s first-ever college scholarship.
Northwest actress Maureen Francisco costars in a film, “Eyes in the Dark,” which was accepted at the Fright Night Film Fest in Louisville. The festival is to be held from July 30 to Aug. 1.
The Alliance of Eastside Agencies (AEA), a professional membership organization of human service providers, held its sixth annual awards luncheon at Bear Creek Country Club on June 9.
More than 500 new citizens attended the July 4 swearing-in ceremony at Seattle Center. But how many of them will actually stay in America?
“I love myself,” said Junki Yoshida, known as the “Sauce King” who brewed the original Yoshida sauce in his basement to give as Christmas gifts 30 years ago.
How spicy do you like your food when you dine in Asian restaurants? Usually, I just tell the waiter the number of stars I want for an entree. But I learned a better way from some Germans.
These days, many people think that cries of racism are false alarms — after all, we live in a society where race doesn’t matter, right?