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NAAM 2018: Everyday Black
9 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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Three Rising Local Chefs Celebrate Growth of Mexican Cuisine in Seattle
1 year ago

Three Rising Local Chefs Celebrate Growth of Mexican Cuisine in Seattle

By Tiffany Ran October 2, 2017

A commonly held belief was that the best Mexican food was only available further south near the border, but that is quickly changing for …
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Gallery: Tensions mount in Westlake Park as ‘Patriots’ are met with Counter-protest
1 year ago

Gallery: Tensions mount in Westlake Park as ‘Patriots’ are met with Counter-protest

By Melissa Lin Photos and video by Carla Bell

August 16, 2017

Tensions were high at Westlake Park in Seattle last Saturday, August 13 as hundreds stood on opposing sides …
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Day 1: Roll into Summer with 2 Rolled Ice Cream Shops
1 year ago

Day 1: Roll into Summer with 2 Rolled Ice Cream Shops

Melissa Lin July 12, 2017

Rolled ice cream—while considered a street food staple in Southeast Asian countries like the Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia, and Malaysia—has only become popular in the United …
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#Seahomeless: Immigrant Business Owners and Homeless Share Unspoken Camaraderie
1 year ago

#Seahomeless: Immigrant Business Owners and Homeless Share Unspoken Camaraderie

By  •  Features

By Melissa Lin June 28, 2017

While it’s well known that many who experience homelessness like to gather in the Chinatown-International District and residing neighborhoods, the intimate relationship between business …
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Is North Seattle Becoming the “New Richmond” of Chinese Food?
1 year ago

Is North Seattle Becoming the “New Richmond” of Chinese Food?

By Jay Friedman June 16, 2017

Have you noticed a rise in Chinese food establishments opening in north Seattle?

You’re not the only one. If growth continues, I’m going to nickname …
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Uwajimaya spinoff is here – Kai Market SLU
1 year ago

Uwajimaya spinoff is here – Kai Market SLU

By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY

Kai Market is neither a typical Asian Market nor a traditional deli. Kai represents Uwajimaya’s younger generation’s vision of multicultural stores — smaller, elegant, and with a …
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Year in Review: Top 10 Memorable Moments of 2016
2 years ago

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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Why Some Like it Hot: and other delicious ways to cool off this summer
3 years ago

Why Some Like it Hot: and other delicious ways to cool off this summer

July 7, 2015

Ethnic Seattle – With the record-breaking heat of this past June giving Seattleites a taste of what’s to come this summer, we’ve all been clamoring to find …
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Kuku, an Iranian omelet, is a tasty, healthy staple in Persian homes: You can make it, too
3 years ago

Kuku, an Iranian omelet, is a tasty, healthy staple in Persian homes: You can make it, too

By Providence Cicero – The Seattle Times

July 31, 2015

KUKU IS AN Iranian omelet similar to an Italian frittata. Eggs are its foundation, but a number of other ingredients may …
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