Seattle police are looking for a man who is suspected in at least three burglaries to businesses in the Chinatown-International District (ID) neighborhood and downtown. Risan Umarov, 29, was arrested on March 22 for burglary and booked into King County Jail, but released the following day. Detectives believe he committed two more burglaries, one to […]
Last week, two good Samaritans wanted to donate masks to the Asian Weekly. Initially, I declined. We have bought masks for ourselves and our employees. My oldest son, who works in Hong Kong, mailed us two boxes of masks.
“Little America” is a collection of 30 episodes meant to demonstrate to audiences the “collective” that is the United States.
Up until recently, the notion of spending an evening in an art gallery alone, forcibly sequestered from anyone else while you regard the exhibits, would have seemed at least mildly far out.
By Mike Dillon It’s been a year since my slender book, “Departures: Poetry and Prose on the Removal of Bainbridge Island’s Japanese Americans After Pearl Harbor,” was published by Unsolicited Press in Portland. I wrote most of “Departures” in the first half of 2016, during the rise of Donald Trump. Here we go again, I […]