Historic South Downtown awards grants to 19 local projects
by Globalist Staff
Recipients of the grants, totaling nearly $1 million, include Chief Seattle Club, Uncle Bob's Place and Friends of Little Saigon.
May 13, 2019
“A Night at The Forbidden City” draws on legacy of Asian American cabaret
by Kamna Shastri
The show includes dancers, magicians, burlesque and more, in homage to the supper club entertainment prevalent in Chinatowns in the 1940s and 1950s.
Jun 20, 2018
Photos: Drill teams put the sparkle in Seattle summer
by Susan Fried
Seattle's African American and Asian American drill teams are sparkling examples of teamwork, confidence, discipline and fun.
Jul 27, 2016
Chinatown/International District survey finds blind spots in Seattle police data
by Alia Marsha
A survey showed that more than half of witnesses don't report crimes. Many of those who don't report say it's because they don't expect police to follow up.
Jul 11, 2016
International District sheds sketchy rep with Night Market
by Sam Kenyon
How can a Seattle neighborhood overcome a reputation for crime? Throw a massive street party at night.
Sep 9, 2013
Wai Chow Eng leaves legacy of community–and delicious Chinese barbecue
by Jessica Kamzan
Seattle’s International District lost an influential man last month. Wai Chow Eng created a family legacy of delicious Chinese barbecue cuisine and touched the lives of many through his generosity and entrepreneurial spirit.
Feb 5, 2013