With President Barack Obama’s recent economic stimulus package on its way to the States, many local agencies are eagerly awaiting its
If uncertainties and surprises thrill you, read on. If you can walk up big steps and traverse long distances in good spirit, this is the trip for you. If you enjoy experiencing new foods and striking up conversations with strangers, continue on.
Both newspapers thought it would be fun to participate in a holiday decorating contest to make the newsroom feel more like home.
My mom banned turkey from our Christmas table this year. The reason why is because she doesn’t want to buy a vat of peanut oil or
One story starts with a woman looking for Jesus. She failed to find him and in her disappointment, she gave all her possessions to children.
Northwest Asian Weekly asked you to send in your holiday photos for the chance to earn restaurant gift certificates, and you answered! We recieved great submissions of many unique decorations. Here are the finalists. Thank you!
This Thanksgiving, I watched my 4-year-old cousin cry in the corner as his grandma fussed over him, trying to shove baby bites of turkey down his mouth as he punched her and grabbed at her hair. He was angry because the bubbles in the sparkling cider had hurt his throat.
Strangely, I had never thought about how lucky I was to be alive until I was fighting for my life a month ago. It was a terrifying experience. This kind of thing tends to hit you without warning, just when you least expect it. It seems to happen when life is smooth and sweet.
For many Americans, surviving this financial crisis means we have to save, save, save.
Editor’s note: This story was originally printed in Northwest Asian Weekly on Dec. 11, 1993. This article will reference the year of the dog, plug stores that now exist in our memories, and remind us that TV sets and stereos were hot items in the early 90s. We hope that our readers will get a kick from this holiday blast from the past.