VOLUME 28 NO. 12 | MARCH 14 - MARCH 20, 2009


FRONT PAGE

• Rapper's Delight: API hip hoppers carve out a home in the Seattle scene
• Food industry struggles with foam ban
• Thriftway out, Uwajimaya in
• You've got (hate) mail


COMMUNITY NEWS

Diversity makes a difference - Part 3


BRIEFLY

• Last call for artists to celebrate APA month
• New international schools in Seattle
• Afraid of computers? Seattle Public Library can help
• Free classes: Goodwill's job training and education program begins soon


NATION NEWS

• Little Saigon fight divides San Jose's Vietnamese
• Dad pleads guilty in 4 kids' deaths, wants to die
• Imprisoned journalist's father says she met lawyer
• VA hospital permanently replaces WWII display
• Designer says doll play inspired Obama gown


WORLD NEWS

• Rumor: Apple taps Taiwanese company for new netbook?
• U.S. to China: Back off!
• Blasts rock Tibetan area as China ups security


EDITORIAL

For some parents: Milk justice? What milk justice?


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NAMES IN THE NEWS

• Off to Washington: Rep. Jay Inslee's photos from President Obama's inauguration on Jan. 20
• Introducing...
• Theatrics in the ID


IN THE MEMORY OF ...

• Mary Pang, savvy businesswoman and devoted wife


WAYNE'S WORLDS

• Yogurt schmogurt


AT THE MOVIES

A glimpse into an unknown war proves to be enlightening


ASTROLOGY

ROOSTER
Do you find yourself yearning for the way things used to be? Living in the present is the best gift you can currently give yourself.

 


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CALENDAR

WHAT:

Jude Narita’s “Stories Waiting to be Told” — play celebrating the lives of Asian American women

WHEN:

Friday, March 20 at 8 p.m.

WHERE:

Kirkland Performance Center
350 Kirkland Ave., Kirkland

COST:

$25 for adults, $22.50 for seniors, $10 for youth

TICKETS:

www.ticketturtle.com

MORE INFO.:

www.kpcenter.org

 


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