Throughout May, the Seattle area is celebrating Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month to explore the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) culture that thrives in western Washington.
On Saturday, April 29, more than 200 community members will volunteer to beautify Seattle’s historic Chinatown-International District (CID) neighborhood.
Yuki Shiotani was the star of his high school. He led the fight song, wearing white gloves and twirling his arms around, as his upper lip twitched back in a smile.
Forty-eight years after the Fall of Sài Gòn, Vietnamese families still remember the emotional evacuation of their home country and journey to foreign lands.
Seattle’s District 2 is a diverse and vibrant part of the city that is constantly evolving.
Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is looking to commission individual community members to participate in a special LGBTQ+ version of their Seattle Histories Storytelling Project.
A whole hail of changes may come on May 11—particularly to those who are going to lose their health insurance—when the Biden administration ends the COVID-19 federal Public Health Emergency.
The Washington State Senate passed a resolution last Friday honoring the contributions of Sikh Americans to the culture and history of Washington state and the United States.
COVID-19, the infectious disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, is a pandemic that has disrupted lives around the world.
In response to a rise in vehicle thefts involving certain Kia and Hyundai models, SPD’s Crime Prevention Coordinators will be giving away steering wheel locks at each of its five precincts this month.