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While the Sunday Fremont Market is well known for its farmer’s market section, there are many stalls with vintage treasures to be found.

Under 21? Can Still Join in on the Under Twenty-Fun

January 30, 2020

It is no secret that Capitol Hill is the heart of Seattle nightlife. There are plenty of bars and clubs with lines around the...

After searching for and harvesting the vegetables, the children learn how to cut and prepare them.

Rooting the Community With New Outdoor Program

November 7, 2019

No one can really cook a pot of soup from stone, but, in the heart of Seattle’s International District, the Danny Woo Community...

Bread And Love Found At 85°C Bakery Cafe

Bread And Love Found At 85°C Bakery Cafe

January 30, 2019

There is a new source of sugar-induced joy opening its doors in the International District. 85°C Bakery Cafe opened its fourth...

Op-Ed on Affordable Housing Crisis in Chinatown/International District

Guest Writer, Author

June 10, 2018

The Chinatown/International District (CID)– home of Oasis, Go Poké, and Uwajimaya, is also the next target of corporate developers, who are undergoing construction in the homes of many Asian American residents. With cultural hotspots, such as Little Saigon, and Japantown “Nihonmachi,” facing the imminent threat of cultural erasure and displacem...

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Lunar New Year Celebrations kick off in Seattle

February 14, 2018

Were you born in 1982, 1994 or 2006? If so, 2018 is your year and it’s the Year of the Dog. The 2018 Lunar New Year officially...

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