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Cambodian New Year Street Festival has something for everyone
2 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
2 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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Staff Picks from the Seattle Asian American Film Festival
4 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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Tet in Seattle shows how Vietnamese community brings in a New Year
4 months ago

Tet in Seattle shows how Vietnamese community brings in a New Year

By Lalaine Ignao February 7, 2018

As the first event in Seattle Center’s annual Festal lineup, Tet in Seattle (TiS) has the added responsibility of launching the series of …
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NAAM 2018: Everyday Black
5 months ago

NAAM 2018: Everyday Black

By Carla Bell January 8, 2018

With just three months at the post, Eve Sanford, the new Education & Public Programs Director at Northwest African American Museum, shows zeal and confidence. …
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2017 International District Holiday Festival: Four Events, One Community
7 months ago

2017 International District Holiday Festival: Four Events, One Community

By Bao Nguyen November 9, 2017

A popular news headline first seen a few years ago and has since reached meme status begins with “Millennials are Killing” and usually ends …
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Hmong New Year: A Celebration for All
8 months ago

Hmong New Year: A Celebration for All

By Christy Pham November 1, 2017

This week, Kia Vang is cleaning and polishing the numerous coins attached to the waist of her tunic and around her hat, both pieces …
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Indian Chefs Share Their Love & Food for Diwali
8 months ago

Indian Chefs Share Their Love & Food for Diwali

By Tiffany Ran October 20, 2017

Diwali, known as the festival of light, is one of the largest festivals in India and held by many religions to symbolize the triumph …
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Things To Do: Week of Oct 21-28, 2017
8 months ago

Things To Do: Week of Oct 21-28, 2017

Make a difference in someone’s life and participate in multiple charity walks this upcoming week! Then get your movie night on and watch films at SIFF Cinema Uptown.

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Lit Crawl 2017: You’re Booked
8 months ago

Lit Crawl 2017: You’re Booked

By Carla Bell October 18, 2017

There’s something about Lit Crawl that feels just our own. It’s distinctly Seattle, like Velcro sandals in the rain, Lake Washington on opening …
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