By Assunta Ng Three important leaders were in Seattle recently. I saw two of them. Ironically, the one that I didn’t meet was the one the Northwest Asian Weekly wrote the most about.
By Assunta Ng On weekends, family time is U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke’s priority. He is in charge of accompanying his kids to their school activities, picking them up in their own family van. Locke and his wife, Mona, encourage their kids to be active in making friends at school. Emily is now a swimmer. Dylan […]
By James Tabafunda Northwest Asian Weekly The world’s favorite fairy tale about a young orphan’s dream to live a life without her abusive stepmother (Suzanne Bouchard) and obnoxious stepsisters Joy (Nick Garrison) and Grace (Sarah Rudinoff) makes its appearance this holiday season in downtown Seattle.
By Jason J. Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly Hair stylist and business owner remembered as “gentle soul”
By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly I love Christmas. Yes, I do. I know I am stepping on some toes by saying this. Being the publisher of Northwest Asian Weekly, I’ve had people accuse me of not being politically correct when I wish others a Merry Christmas.
By Janelle Wetzstein Northwest Asian Weekly Raising a child with special needs can be extremely difficult — especially when English is not your first
On our front page this week, we ran a story about Danny Vega, a Filipino American who died from injuries sustained during a beating by three young men. Though a very sad story, we found it heartening that many within the Filipino community have rallied around this tragedy, urgently working to make sure something like […]