The question might have been a litmus test for the type of connection each candidate had with the Seattle Chinatown-International District (CID).
Under a cloudless sky, kung fu students and Bruce Lee fans, including a family of four from Paris, France, gathered to honor the legend and his son Brandon at Seattle’s Lake View Cemetery on 15th Avenue on Thursday.
A new exhibit, “Making A Neighborhood,” opened on July 20 at the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center in Wyoming, paying tribute to the solidarity between Japanese and Black Americans during World War II’s Executive Order 9066.
The Seattle Chinatown Seafair Parade in summer is a Seafair tradition, and it’s happening this weekend!
As of 8 a.m. Thursday, crews were still continuing to pour water at a safe distance away from the vacant building, to protect an adjacent building to the south.
After a 71-year history, the Miss World America organization has welcomed a new era of leadership.
The Center for Ethical Leadership (CEL) has revealed that Cindy Domingo will receive its 2023 Leadership Legacy Award.
A candidate forum for a position on the Seattle City Council, scheduled for July 20, is embroiled in controversy after the campaign for Tanya Woo took exception that the moderator for the A&NHPI Candidate Forum, Dae Shik Kim, worked for the campaign of Tammy Morales.
Retired Navy combat veteran Hung Cao, who ran an energetic but unsuccessful campaign last year for a blue-leaning northern Virginia U.S. House seat, has set his sights on the U.S. Senate, announcing Tuesday that he’s seeking the 2024 Republican nomination to challenge Democrat Tim Kaine.
Peter Tomozawa, the president of Business Operations for Seattle Sounders FC, was a key figure in the bid to bring the FIFA World Cup 2026 to Seattle.