A fire broke out at 11:07 a.m. this morning at 10th Avenue South and South King Street at an encampment.
The pool shark
Gordon Shoji had once been known up and down Alaska, and as far inland as Las Vegas, as a one-handed pool shark and a gambler.
Anti-Asian hate ’runs the gamut,’ racist Yelp reviews show
As if running a restaurant during a pandemic wasn’t tough enough, Christopher Wong also had to contend with a racist troll.
Social housing up for a vote in Seattle
People in Seattle will soon decide whether the city should set up a public developer to create affordable housing.
Nobu coming to Seattle fulfills international fan club dream
Fresh from an appearance at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Japanese pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii (“Nobu”) visited Seattle Symphony on Jan. 26 and 28 to play one of Sergey Rachmaninov’s most popular works, Piano Concerto No. 2.
California shootings, mental health, and gun violence
What should’ve been a night of celebration in a dance hall in Monterey Park, California turned into a night of mourning on the eve of the Lunar New Year.
Nikki Haley planning Feb. 15 launch for 2024 White House bid
Nikki Haley is moving closer to making her presidential campaign official.
Generosa to play lead role in PNB’s ‘Giselle’
Angelica Generosa started ballet at the age of 4 and it didn’t take long for her to know that’s what she wanted to do with her life.
Celebrate Asia 2023 spotlights old friends and new
Douglas F. King Assistant Conductor Sunny Xuecong Xia led Seattle Symphony musicians through Celebrate Asia 2023 on Jan. 29, with a program focused on love and celebration.
First White House Lunar New Year event — Biden changes the narrative for Asian Americans
It took more than 200 years for the White House to formally recognize Lunar New Year since the arrival of the first Chinese immigrants in 1785. The Jan. 26 event was historic, extraordinary, and strategic on multiple levels.
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