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Saturday, April 18, 2015 -- 10:51 am
Bike club leader's tips for scenic rides in Washington state
Washington Times - ... views over Puget Sound from Magnolia, the sculpture park, the Seattle waterfront, the Chinatown-International District, Lake Washington and the University of Washington. . From Gas Works Park, take the Burke-Gilman Trail (and connecting streets) ... Read more...
Thursday, April 16, 2015 -- 11:26 am
Much love for the Panama Hotel - Seattle has its national treasure
Northwest Asian Weekly - Oregon has the Willamette Falls Navigation and Locks, and now Seattle has its beloved Panama Hotel as the city's first National Treasure. There are approximately 60 buildings, neighborhoods, post offices, even ships declared National Treasures, and now Seattle has its own national treasure in its own International District. Read more...
Monday, April 13, 2015 -- 1:59 pm
Judges block arsonist Pang's bid to short dead firefighters' families
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - ... this August 1994 wedding photo. He was killed in the Jan. 5, 1995, fire at the Pang warehouse in the International District. Photo: Seattle Post-Intelligencer Archive Firefighters do their work outside the Pang warehouse on Jan. 5, 1994. Photo by ... Read more...
Friday, April 10, 2015 -- 6:42 am
Seattle International District's Panama Hotel deemed - national treasure'
Business Journal - The Panama Hotel in Seattle's Chinatown/International District is an intriguing place where you can still see the trunks and suitcases that Japanese-Americans were forced to leave behind when they were ordered into internment camps during World War II. As a place that so clearly demonstrates the inhumanity of the internment, the Panama on Thursday was named a "national treasure" by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Read more...
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 -- 5:41 pm
Seattle, It's Time to Retire the Phrase 'Asian Fusion'
The Stranger - In a city once known for $2.50 banh mi sandwiches and $8 bowls of pho, diners are now willing to pay $20 for Asian food. Cuisines that were once limited to the edges of the city - the International District, Rainier Valley, and suburbs such as Lynnwood and Federal Way - are now taking root in the rapidly developing neighborhoods of Capitol Hill, Pioneer Square, and Ballard. Read more...
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 -- 8:56 am
Morning News: Protesters Pack the Port and Win Concessions on Deal...
The Stranger - ... Seattle police chased down a suspect in the King Donuts assault/robbery case to this area in the International District. Remember the Robber Who Assaulted the Owners of King Donuts in Rainier Beach? That happened back in January. Seattle police say ... Read more...
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 -- 6:22 pm
A Terrifying Journey Through the Watering Holes of Seattle's International District
Seattle Weekly - of spending an evening scoping out the few remaining drinking haunts in the International District for some time. However, what I thought would be a journey down Seattle's memory lane turned into a bender of epic proportions. Somewhere during my ... Read more...
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 -- 12:16 pm
a Slu of activity
Queen Anne & Magnolia News - ... - with the First Hill Streetcar line following suit, expected to start running this summer from the International District to Capitol Hill. SLU's growth famously stems from Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who's Vulcan Real Estate Co. has developed ... Read more...
Thursday, March 12, 2015 -- 1:31 am
Preserve the Pearl faces 'Godzilla' of development - Thursday, 12 March 2015 01:00
The Newberg Graphic - ... sole voice of opposition. The far-reaching West Quadrant plan raises building height limits in the Pearl, Old Town/Chinatown, South Waterfront and downtown. Seth Johnson created and maintains Preserve the Pearl's website and along with Francis ... Read more...
Thursday, March 12, 2015 -- 12:01 am
Seattle Where to Get the 8 Best Chicken Wings in Seattle Right Now...
Thrillist - ... pepper jelly glaze and cream cheese, but time your trip right since they're not on the regular menu. International District Need we say more than Fried Butter Chicken Garlic Wings? Don't let the strip mall parking lot keep you from this ID spot, Hue ... Read more...
Saturday, March 7, 2015 -- 7:32 pm
100 things to add to your bucket list, all in Seattle
HeraldNet - Chinatown Discovery Tours guide May Nguyen shows how visitors can also take a self-guided tour using posts throughout the district. Chinatown Discovery Tours is run by Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience. Read more...
Saturday, February 28, 2015 -- 1:41 pm
The day Seattle shook
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - ... Judy Lew after being evacuated from her damaged apartment building on Waller Street in the International District. Photo: Gilbert W. Arias, Seattle Post-Intelligencer Rick Wyatt and Mike Lagervall, co-owners of the Fenix Underground, hug in front of ... Read more...
Friday, February 20, 2015 -- 10:37 am
Taylor Dayne has proven her love to LGBT fans for years
Seattle Gay News - ... I Feel,' 'Biggest Part of Me'). For tickets and shuttle information from downtown Seattle and the International District, go to www.snocasino.com. Reached by phone, here is what Taylor Dayne shared with me inside 'The Music Lounge.' Albert ... Read more...
Wednesday, February 18, 2015 -- 5:39 pm
The Weekend List: Donald Byrd does Rogers & Hammerstein. NYC men in...
Crosscut.com - ... Year, and the diverse cultures, traditions and foods from across Asia by hanging out in the Chinatown International District on Saturday afternoon. The day marks the 5th annual $2 Food Walk, with dozens of restaurants (Dim Sum King, Tamarind Tree, ... Read more...
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 -- 6:11 am
WA: Second Bus Tunnel Proposed for Downtown Seattle
Mass Transit - Feb. 17--As the politicians who lead Sound Transit prepare for a 2016 expansion vote, they're facing a difficult choice within Seattle. Chances are, proposed tax increases could pay for a Ballard-downtown light-rail route, a Ballard-University District light-rail route or laying tracks from the Chinatown International District to the tip of West Seattle. Read more...
Monday, February 16, 2015 -- 8:53 pm
Second bus tunnel proposed downtown
Seattle Times - As the politicians who lead Sound Transit prepare for a 2016 expansion vote, they're facing a difficult choice within Seattle. Chances are, proposed tax increases could pay for a Ballard-downtown light-rail route, a Ballard-University District light-rail route or laying tracks from the Chinatown International District to the tip of West Seattle. Read more...
Friday, February 13, 2015 -- 4:23 am
In memory of Ticiang Diangson: A legacy of environmental justice
Northwest Asian Weekly - ... was also an ardent community activist during her Seattle years, with much of her focus on Chinatown International District and the South End. She was co-founder of the Asian Pacific Women's Caucus in 1978 and the Community Coalition for ... Read more...
Friday, February 6, 2015 -- 9:10 pm
Nickelsville boots leader; homeless site now teetering
Seattle Times - Seattle's best-known homeless encampment is on the verge of losing its site just as the City Council begins to consider a proposal by Mayor Ed Murray to authorize and regulate up to three additional tent cities on city or private land. Nickelsville, a roving community first established in 2008 during the administration of then-Mayor Greg Nickels, has since September 2014 been on a grassy hillside near Interstate 5 and near the Chinatown International District. Read more...
Friday, February 6, 2015 -- 5:16 pm
West Seattle biznotes: Pink Gorilla Games goes; Radio Shacks stay
West Seattle Blog - ... the building and that they have no plans to look for another WS location. They're still open in the International District, University District, and Bellevue . (Thanks to Katt for the flag on this.) RADIO SHACK: In case you were wondering (we were) ... Read more...
Friday, February 6, 2015 -- 12:00 pm
Eater Seattle's 'Classics Week' Leaves Out Seattle's Asian Cuisine
The Stranger - ... pizza in the city. The most glaring omission from the list is Maneki , a Japanese restaurant in the International District that opened in 1904 and still does great business today. In the 100-plus years that the restaurant has been in existence, it's ... Read more...

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