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Announcement: Uwajimaya’s new Kai Market to celebrate Grand Opening on May 3

Announcement: Uwajimaya’s new Kai Market to celebrate Grand Opening on May 3

The International Examiner April 25, 2017 0

Locally-based Asian supermarket chain Uwajimaya will host a grand opening for their newest location, Kai Market, on Wednesday, May 3. The small urban market is a distinct departure from Uwajimaya’s regional Asian supermarkets. At one-eighth to one-tenth the

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Announcement: Still time to register for Ethnic Heritage Council 2017 Annual Dinner & Awards Ceremony

Announcement: Still time to register for Ethnic Heritage Council 2017 Annual Dinner & Awards Ceremony

The International Examiner April 25, 2017 0

The annual Ethnic Heritage Council Dinner & Awards Ceremony will be held on Saturday, April 29, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., at The new Centilia Cultural Center at Plaza Roberto Maestas, El Centro

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Announcement: Liberty Bank Building Art Open House to be held April 26

Announcement: Liberty Bank Building Art Open House to be held April 26

The International Examiner April 24, 2017 0

Africatown-Central District Preservation and Development Association (Africatown), The Black Community Impact Alliance (BCIA), Capitol Hill Housing (CHH), and Centerstone are hosting an Art Open House to showcase the artwork that will be installed at

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Announcement: Navigation Center Meeting Canceled, Postponed to a Later Date

Announcement: Navigation Center Meeting Canceled, Postponed to a Later Date

The International Examiner April 24, 2017 0

The following is a message from the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods: City staff and Friends of Little Saigon met to check-in on the response plan in addressing community concerns about the Navigation

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County Council approves funds to assist immigrants and refugees

County Council approves funds to assist immigrants and refugees

The International Examiner April 22, 2017 0

The following is a statement from The Metropolitan King County Council. The Metropolitan King County Council today approved funding that will invest in the capacity and resiliency of the incredibly important immigrant and refugee

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Announcement: Seattle Public Schools Ethnic Studies Task Force seeking applications

Announcement: Seattle Public Schools Ethnic Studies Task Force seeking applications

The International Examiner April 21, 2017 0

Seattle Public Schools is beginning the process for developing recommendations for the teaching of ethnic studies in grades 9-12. The recommendations for grades 9-12 are the first step in ensuring ethnic studies are a

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Announcement: Enjoy readings by local poets and live music performances at Poetry on Buses launch party

Announcement: Enjoy readings by local poets and live music performances at Poetry on Buses launch party

The International Examiner April 21, 2017 0

The following is an announcement from 4Culture. An expanded Poetry on Buses launches on Monday, April 24, with an event at Seattle’s historic Moore Theatre, featuring community poets, live music and dance performances. Doors

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Announcement: DESC receives $35,000 gift from Amerigroup Washington helping homeless residents access health care

Announcement: DESC receives $35,000 gift from Amerigroup Washington helping homeless residents access health care

The International Examiner April 21, 2017 0

The following is a statement from DESC (Downtown Emergency Service Center). Vulnerable adults who are experiencing chronic homelessness are among those in the greatest need of primary health care services, and among those least

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Announcement: Navigation Center community meeting to be held April 24

Announcement: Navigation Center community meeting to be held April 24

The International Examiner April 21, 2017 0

The City of Seattle announces a community meeting will be held on April 24, from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., at International District Community Center (719 8th Ave. S.), regarding the new Navigation Center.

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Announcement: Gateway, light poles causing Hing Hay Park delays

Announcement: Gateway, light poles causing Hing Hay Park delays

The International Examiner April 20, 2017 0

The Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation announced that while the majority of Hing Hay Park is complete, there are a few items that are outstanding including the artistic gateway and light poles which

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