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Ovidio Cartagena: A Mayan Artist in Seattle
1 week ago

Ovidio Cartagena: A Mayan Artist in Seattle

by Jacqueline McCrief October 10, 2018

I waited for Ovidio Cartagena at the entrance of Pike Place Market. Like most Sundays, tourists filled the nearby streets, snapping selfies and perusing …
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Tibet Fest 2018: Preserving An Endangered Culture and Celebrating A Community
2 months ago

Tibet Fest 2018: Preserving An Endangered Culture and Celebrating A Community

by Sumyat Thu August 17, 2018

It’s no small feat for the Pacific Northwest Tibetan American community to put together a weekend-long event like Tibet Fest. Compared to other …
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Billie Holiday Visits Seattle: A Review and Reflection
3 months ago

Billie Holiday Visits Seattle: A Review and Reflection

By Jalayna Carter July 17, 2018

“Lady Day” is wrapped in a pristine white floor-length gown as she graces the stage of Emerson’s Bar and Grill, the fictional set …
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Cambodian New Year Street Festival has something for everyone
6 months ago

Cambodian New Year Street Festival has something for everyone

by Bao Nguyen April 24, 2018

Growing up in White Center, one of the events I always looked forward to was the annual Cambodian New Year Street Festival. It was …
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Sakura means cherry blossom and much much more
6 months ago

Sakura means cherry blossom and much much more

by Lalaine Ignao April 13, 2018

Those of us in Seattle are no stranger to cherry blossoms. Every April, these flowers show themselves all over the city, letting us know …
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TOP ETHNIC THINGS TO DO: MAR 16-22
7 months ago

TOP ETHNIC THINGS TO DO: MAR 16-22

Awesome ethnic things to do for the week!

By Lalaine Ignao

March 15, 2018

Mar 16 – 18 Seattle Coffee Crawl

Explore some of Seattle’s finest coffee houses, …
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Soul Societies program combines Storytelling & Art to preserve cultural heritage
7 months ago

Soul Societies program combines Storytelling & Art to preserve cultural heritage

By Kelly Guava Jelly March 14, 2018

It was a particularly cold and wet Wednesday evening in January but the community room inside the Claremont Apartments on Rainier Ave was …
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5 Women of Color Writers from Seattle You Should Know
8 months ago

5 Women of Color Writers from Seattle You Should Know

By LeAnn Nguyen March 5, 2018

March is Women’s History Month, dedicated to celebrating the contributions that women have made to history and society. While women have been involved in …
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TOP ETHNIC THINGS TO DO: WEEK OF MAR 2-8
8 months ago

TOP ETHNIC THINGS TO DO: WEEK OF MAR 2-8

By Lalaine Ignao March 1, 2018

Mar 2 – May 2 Someday We’ll All Be Free – Art Exhibit

Become educated through art with a multi-arts exhibit by the …
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Staff Picks from the Seattle Asian American Film Festival
8 months ago

Staff Picks from the Seattle Asian American Film Festival

Every year, the Seattle Asian American Film Festival brings exciting and moving stories to Seattle to inspire dialogue and reflection on the Asian American experience. This year’s festival is taking …
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