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Art Etcs

Art Etcs

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

Visual Arts Wessel And Lieberman Booksellers Inc. present “Shinsuke Minegishi: An Exhibition of Wood Engravings, Prints & Limited Edition Books.” This Japanese artist pays homage to “Nomi No Kai,” a contemporary woodblock printers’ group

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Ken Mochizuki examines the early years of cultural icon Bruce Lee

Ken Mochizuki examines the early years of cultural icon Bruce Lee

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

BY GARY IWAMOTO Special to the Examiner “Like flowing water, Bruce Lee could never be still.” And so begins, “Be Water, My Friend: The Early Years of Bruce Lee,” the latest picture book written

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Comedy and snappy dialogue add punch to social commentary in “Cowby Versus Samurai”

Comedy and snappy dialogue add punch to social commentary in “Cowby Versus Samurai”

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

BY WINNIE WONG Examiner Contributor Michael Golamco’s “Cowboy Versus Samurai” is a blast. His romantic comedy is a modern-day “Cyrano de Bergerac” where race transplants physical beauty as the impediment to love. The story

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FAPAGOW endorses 2006 candidates for Nov. 7 elections

FAPAGOW endorses 2006 candidates for Nov. 7 elections

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

On Nov. 7, Washington voters are going to have the chance to elect many progressive candidates and those that are people of color to represent its diverse populations. The Filipino American Political Action Group

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Eastern Washington candidate Chris Marr campaigns to break Republican hold

Eastern Washington candidate Chris Marr campaigns to break Republican hold

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

BY KEN MOCHIZUKI Examiner Staff Democrat Chris Marr is trying to get elected to a State Senate seat Republicans have held for over 60 years. A candidate for the 6th District (north and south

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APALA awards Stephen Nadal Scholarship to two students active in social justice

APALA awards Stephen Nadal Scholarship to two students active in social justice

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

This year, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance’s (APALA) Seattle Chapter gave $2,000 scholarships to two outstanding college students that are making a difference in our communities. APALA is a national membership organization that unites

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From homeless to housing advocate: Stella Chao seeks next challenge

From homeless to housing advocate: Stella Chao seeks next challenge

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

BY KEN MOCHIZUKI Examiner Staff Stella Su-Li Chao, former executive director of the International District Housing Alliance (IDHA), knows about the homeless and the mentally ill. She commented on the proposed Downtown Emergency Service

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From homeless to housing advocate: Stella Chao seeks next challenge

From homeless to housing advocate: Stella Chao seeks next challenge

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

BY KEN MOCHIZUKI Examiner Staff Stella Su-Li Chao, former executive director of the International District Housing Alliance (IDHA), knows about the homeless and the mentally ill. She commented on the proposed Downtown Emergency Service

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Veteran’s Day Tribute: Nisei vet Sam Mitsui shares his ideals at speakers forum

Veteran’s Day Tribute: Nisei vet Sam Mitsui shares his ideals at speakers forum

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

BY MARISA MCQUILKEN UW News lab The American flag embroidered onto Sam Mitsui’s golf shirt, the yellow “Livestrong” band around his right wrist, and the cross hanging from his neck hint at the ideals

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VAEDA and DCLN coalition share vision of Deaborn Street Project

VAEDA and DCLN coalition share vision of Deaborn Street Project

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

Dear Editor: I am encouraged by the willingness of the developers of the Goodwill site to work more closely with the community to create a development that benefits all parties (Letters to the Editor,

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