The Beacon is returning to Seattle.
Election results are still coming in, and many races won’t be called for days, if not weeks.
It appears that King County will get a new prosecutor.
Northwest Film Forum (NWFF) announced on Nov. 8 that former Education Director Derek Edamura has been appointed as its new Interim Executive Director. Edamura joins the Forum’s collaborative leadership team of Managing Director Christopher Day and Artistic Director Rana San to share in overseeing the strategic direction and vision of the organization. Edamura joined NWFF […]
Beth Takekawa, who recently retired as the executive director of the Wing Luke Museum, is one of the winners of the 2022 Humanities Washington Award.
Those columns on Jackson Street in the Chinatown-International district recently got a facelift.
AARP Washington announced on Nov. 3 that Marguerite Ro has been selected as its new state director. She succeeds Doug Shadel, who is retiring after more than 30 years with the association.
Gene Luen Yang was named the winner of the 2023 NSK Neustadt Prize for Children’s and Young Adult Literature last month by World Literature Today magazine. He is the first graphic novelist to win the prestigious prize.
An Oct. 26 town hall featuring journalist Anand Giridharadas in Seattle and his latest book, “The Persuaders: At the Front Lines of the Fight for Hearts, Minds, and Democracy,” was met with enthusiasm, and enthralled an audience that was not ready to let him go, maybe ever.
Kin On in Seattle takes pride in its offering of culturally sensitive senior care, which includes Asian meals and bilingual staff. Ketty Hsieh, who took over as CEO in June 2022, was happy to leave corporate America to join Kin On.