The Seattle City Council will hold two public hearings on Thursday, Oct. 24, in the Garfield High School Commons, 400 23rd Ave., Seattle.
The Executive Development Institute (EDI), in partnership with Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS), is sponsoring the fourth annual Leadership Together Conference on Oct. 12. The conference is a one-day leadership training program targeting APA professionals, but open to all.
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 […]
In early 2012, the U.S. Postal Service announced dramatic cutbacks that included the proposed closure of the Chinatown-International District Station and distribution center. Responding to community concerns, representatives from the Chinatown-ID BIA, SCIDpda, the Mayor’s Office, Seattle Parks & Recreation, and Seattle’s Office of Economic Development have been working to track this issue and advocate […]
The Northwest Asian Weekly and Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation present a special dinner to honor Lt. Governor Brad and Linda Owen for their support and friendship of the Asian community An evening of fun, conversation, and entertainment Sunday, March 31, 2013, 6 p.m.– 9 p.m. House of Hong Restaurant, 409 8th Ave. S., Seattle, WA […]
Over the Memorial Day weekend, the Japanese Queen Scholarship Organization of Washington crowned Yuna Marie Nishimoto as the 2012 queen at the 53rd annual scholarship celebration. With the coronation, Nishimoto also carries the title of Seattle Cherry Blossom and Japanese Cultural Festival Queen. Rounding out the court are the First Princess and Miss Tomodachi (also […]
Mayor Mike McGinn invites residents to apply for an open position on the International Special Review District Board. The available position is one of two seats on the board that are filled by mayoral appointment. Individuals who have an architectural background and an interest in historic preservation and/or familiarity with the Chinatown/ International District are […]
The Seattle University School of Law Citizenship Project is looking for participants in its free citizenship classes. The classes are aimed at helping its students prepare for the United States citizenship test.
Alana Raye, 17, is releasing her new single by Jan. 1, which will be followed by her debut EP next spring. Singer-songwriter Raye is a Seattle-born artist who now lives in Portland, Ore.
FOX has ordered a third season of the hit culinary competition series “Masterchef.” Chef Gordon Ramsay will once again give talented amateur cooks the chance to prove to him, and to fellow judges, restaurateur Joe Bastianich (Del Posto, Eataly) and Chef Graham Elliot (Graham Elliot, Grahamwich), that they have what it takes to make their […]