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The conversation around race on the Eastside continues.
Living on a fixed income in an increasingly expensive region is not easy.
Violence in the world will happen but we shouldn’t just resign ourselves to it.
Syrian arts curator and cultural advisor shares how art can tell the story of history.
Traveling abroad is an easy reminder to check your ethnocentrism.
The world is filled with the negative; romance novels can be a way from taking a break from it all.
Author and journalist Jonathan Weisman visited the Stroum Jewish Community Center to as part of the center’s “Words to the Wise” series.
Southeast Asians are at greater risk of being deported to countries many haven’t been to since they were young or have never been to.
We shouldn’t be coming together just during the holidays or when disaster strikes.
The more we talk about it, the more we can prevent incidents from happening.
For immigrant women on the Eastside, Turkcha is here to help.
What happens when bad behavior does not come with consequences?
How an unlikely group of teenagers achieved success through the support of their community.
What message does it send when certain stories are censored?
This new column will focus on highlighting the stories of the underrepresented populations on the Eastside.
The initial report was for a suspicious circumstance.
Senior editor Samantha Pak reflects on what representation in media means to her.
Let’s not forget that July 4 is a day that celebrates the freedoms we have in this country.
Brian Garrett Wingender of Kenmore and Dustin Bradshaw of Bothell will serve about four years and two years, respectively.
Editor Samantha Pak reflects upon the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal.