By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Cheaper street parking is coming back to the International District, including a return to free parking during dinner hours in some areas.
Volunteers needed for 2nd annual Chinatown–ID Holiday Clean & Clear
With the holiday season around the corner, the Chinatown–International District Business Improvement Area (CIDBIA) invites all friends of the Chinatown–International District (C-ID) to come out on Thursday, Dec. 1 to help clean C-ID business windows.
Getty to save ID businesses?
By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly When Amazon.com moved its offices from the International District (ID) above Union Station to a building in Lake Union, Tom Dang felt the sting of empty chairs.<!–more–> “It was really down, for maybe, I would say, three months. Business was down about 40 percent.” Dang owns Sub Sand, a […]
ID restaurants to bring back $2 tasting menu for annual Dragon Fest
The Chinatown-International District Business Improvement Area (CIDBIA) organized the return of the $2 Food Walk at this summer’s Dragon Fest. On July 9 and July 10, 16 of Chinatown-ID’s top culinary destinations will offer up a menu of $2 bites. Participating restaurants include Sea Garden, Kaname Izakaya, Harbor City, Oasis Tea Zone, Fu-Lin Ramen House, […]
This month, graffiti vandalism in the International District increased
During the first week of May, the Chinatown–ID area saw 64 new graffiti crimes — 20 percent of the annual average, according to the Chinatown-International District
Chinatown-ID Clean Streets Committee looking for members
The Chinatown-International District Business Improvement Area (CIDBIA) will be hosting a meeting of the Chinatown-ID Clean Streets Committee
ID going to new heights … not sitting well with some
The City of Seattle is weighing a proposal that would allow for taller buildings in the International District (ID). The rezoning plan hopes to bring
Blog: The arch nemesis of the Chinatown ID Lunar New Year Festival: rain
Luckily, people forgot about nature’s nuisance when they saw a rainbow of kids dressed in Asian costumes marching to the stage.
Celebrate the Lunar New Year with a parade, a rabbit competition, and dine out for only $2 a plate
Did you know that children born in 2011 will be articulate, talented, and ambitious? This is according to the Chinese zodiac, which is based on the lunar calendar.
Attention: Help clean storefront windows to kick off the holiday season
With the holiday season just around the corner, the Chinatown/International District Business Improvement Area (CIDBIA) is inviting