A food survival guide for new Chinese arrivals in Seattle
by Xinyi Xiong
From hot pot to hot dogs, some tips for navigating the Seattle food scene for Chinese international students and other new arrivals.
Nov 30, 2016
Filipino-themed pop-up offers alternative holiday shopping
by Jeannette Magsino
Tucked away in a loft across from the Market, Palengke pop-up has holiday gifts with real community roots.
Nov 21, 2016
Pop culture and Sikh tradition meet in Inkquisitive illustrations
by Jasleena Grewal
British artist Inkquisitive has developed a huge following with his illustrations of pop stars and Sikh gurus. He visits Renton this weekend.
Nov 18, 2016
Diverse Seattle evolves as a fashion city
by Vriti Wadhwa
Seattle's burgeoning fashion scene has international influences, with young designers drawing inspiration from the cultures in which they grew up.
A Tribe Called Red’s “Electric Pow Wow” comes to Seattle
by Greg Scruggs
First Nations DJ trio A Tribe Called Red’s rising star as musicians has put them on the forefront of indigenous activism.
Nov 14, 2016
These photos of Seattle youth cheer squads are exactly what you need right now
by Susan Fried
Youth cheer teams from around Seattle and South King County met last weekend to show off their strength and skill.
Nov 10, 2016
Video: Sauti Sol performs at the Neptune
by Christina Twu
Missed the Sauti Sol show last Thursday night at the Neptune Theatre or just wanna reminisce?
Nov 7, 2016
Hey Seattle, get in the Diwali spirit!
by Sarah Stuteville
With a growing South Asian population, is Seattle behind the curve in public celebration of Diwali?
Nov 3, 2016
5 Yiddish words I wish we had in English
by Anna Goren
Turns out ancestral Yiddish goes much deeper than "Seinfeld" jokes.
Nov 2, 2016
Indie comics get serious, pushing political and social buttons
by Sarah Stuteville
No laughing matter, a new global comics movement is on the front lines of pressing social and political issues.
Oct 27, 2016
Seattle Asian Art Museum gets an overhaul (but Asian art isn’t going anywhere)
by Alia Marsha
The iconic art deco building in Volunteer Park will soon be shuttered for a two-year renovation. But Seattle Asian Art Museum directors say it will be worth the wait.
Oct 25, 2016
How to get the most out of Short Run 2016
by Eroyn Franklin
Your guide to the 6th annual Short Run Comix & Arts Festival!
October brings hidden history of Filipino Americans to the forefront
by Brynn Tweeddale
October is Filipino American History month, the celebration of an "invisible" minority and their accomplishments in the United States of America.
Oct 20, 2016
5 Tagalog words I wish we had in English
by Katrina Pestaño
A language of resistance, diaspora and deep longing, Tagalog pinpoints the sentiments of this heavy-hearted activist.
Oct 19, 2016
5 Hindi words I wish we had in English
by Jeevika Verma
Have you ever wondered how "namaste" is really used in India?
Oct 12, 2016
Northwest Folklife: World Peace through Arts & Culture
by Sheila Siden
Northwest Folklife is all about you: your communities, your traditions, your folklife.
Oct 5, 2016
5 Urdu words I wish we had in English
by Nabeeha Chaudhary
If your "Phuppo" (aunt on the father's side) looks at you with "mohabbat" (loving adoration) you might want to check if that look is sideways, according to Urdu and South Asian stereotypes.
NBC’s “Mail Order Family” fail proves who really has a seat at the table in Hollywood
by John Eklof
"Mail Order Family" — a cartoon sitcom featuring a Filipina mail order bride — was quickly shelved this week after online backlash.
Oct 4, 2016
Oppression gets futuristic in “The Wedding Gift”
by Reagan Jackson
Forward Flux’s brilliantly beautiful staging of “The Wedding Gift” takes the slave narrative into sci-fi realms.
Sep 28, 2016