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Moksha Is Leaving the U District But Is Slated to Open a Chinatown Retail Space

Moksha Is Leaving the U District But Is Slated to Open a Chinatown Retail Space
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Moksha Is Leaving the U District But Is Slated to Open a Chinatown Retail Space

By Rosin Saez January 20, 2016

The funky, eclectic shop on The Ave is shuttering its doors. As one customer and longtime fan put it: “The vibe is cool, down …
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This  Week in News: The Women’s March and Local Leaders Gone Too Soon
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This Week in News: The Women’s March and Local Leaders Gone Too Soon

By Rosin Saez January 20, 2016

 

Seattle—Local Artist Akio Takamori Passed Away January

The celebrated ceramist touched lives in both broad and quotidian ways, but always impactful whatever it …
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Powerful Ways to Spend Inauguration Week…Besides Sitting in Front of the TV
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Powerful Ways to Spend Inauguration Week…Besides Sitting in Front of the TV

By Rosin Saez, with Melissa Lin January 19, 2017

This week, on January 20, America prepares to inaugurate Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States, one …
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The Top Things to Check Out This Week: January 16–22
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The Top Things to Check Out This Week: January 16–22

By Rosin Saez January 16, 2017 Art

Thu, Jan 19 Re:definition 2017 First Exhibit Launch Party The event page says: Re:definition was launched in 2016 with the goal of redefining historic …
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New Bridal Boutique Bahtoh Is Opening in the International District
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New Bridal Boutique Bahtoh Is Opening in the International District

By Rosin Saez January 13, 2016

Co-owners Bobbie Yanoupeth and Michael Sing are longtime friends who’ve lived in New York City and San Francisco, respectively, for years. But now both …
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Warm Soups to Melt the Seattle Freeze
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Warm Soups to Melt the Seattle Freeze

By Emma Engelfried January 9, 2016

The holiday season may have ended, but the winter months are only just beginning. Here’s a few spots to warm the body and soul. …
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News of the Week: Little Saigon Secures Future Affordable Housing, City Hosts Event for Immigrants and Refugees
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News of the Week: Little Saigon Secures Future Affordable Housing, City Hosts Event for Immigrants and Refugees

By Rosin Saez January 9, 2016

 

Little Saigon—Big Victory In Affordable Housing News

The International Examiner reports that Mayor Ed Murray and King County Executive Dow Constantine have …
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The Top Things to Check Out: January 6–15
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The Top Things to Check Out: January 6–15

 

By Rosin Saez January 6, 2017 ART

Now thru Jan 26 Combatants at Gallery4Culture Seattle photographer David Jaewon Oh turns his lens to a typically male-dominated space: gyms. In …
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Year in Review: Top 10 Memorable Moments of 2016
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Year in Review: Top 10 Memorable Moments of 2016

By Rashi Bhogal January 1, 2017

 

Well, 2016  has been an interesting year to say the least. Trump won, Hillary lost, and Bernie fans were left disappointed. There were …
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