A woman in her 60s suffered minor injuries after a black Nissan Maxima hit her at around 5:45 p.m. on May 30, at the intersection of King Street and Maynard Avenue.
Pradeepta Upadhyay feels she has been blessed in her career path. She has a long history of advocacy work, which started in rural Nepal.
Walter Kwan, founder of Top Gun Restaurant and O’Asian, died on May 26. The cause of Kwan’s death was an aneurysm.
By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly What’s an ideal brief vacation? A one-day trip with terrific food, seeing old friends, and smelling the ocean will be my criteria. Where would that be? “See Pam Schell (former first lady of Seattle) on Whidbey Island” swam across my brain unexpectedly. On May 27, my husband and I […]
Last week’s power outage that hit downtown Seattle for about an hour caused traffic gridlock, confusion, and momentary panic at the Northwest Asian Weekly office. This newspaper was getting ready for press and when word spread of the outage, staffers scrambled to save all of their work. Thankfully, our office in the International District was […]
King County aims to deliver public transportation that connects communities to jobs, educational services, and cultural institutions. For far too long, communities in southeast Seattle have been marginalized from transit planning. Along with many government and community leaders over a period of years, we have worked hard to change this history and develop a transit […]