Archive | June 2010

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OH. MY. GOD!

This is going to be effin’ epic, baby! Ahh!!!! I can’t wait!

NWAW’s June must-reads

My latest for Northwest Asian Weekly. Happy reading! “Soliloquy in Tibet” By Anne Park Aventine Press, 2010 “What is the meaning of life? Why are we here?” Although everyone asks these questions from time to time, not many people truly think about them and contemplate the answers. At age 23, Maya is among the few […]

Groups teach residents how to get their fill with rain gardens

I know I’ve just been posting my latest published pieces, but I’ve been busy (hence all the published pieces). I’m afraid this post is no different. My piece on rain gardens for City Living was published today. Here’s a taste: Three Seattle organizations are teaming up to teach residents how to beautify their homes while […]

Too short a notice

My latest story for North Seattle Herald-Outlook has been published. Last month, local community event organizers in Seattle received news that could have rained on their parades and festivities. Due to a budget shortfall of $7.8 million, city officials have been looking at ways to reduce spending. One money-saving move proposed by the Seattle Department […]

Ryu bounces back by running for state rep

My latest story for Northwest Asian Weekly was just published. Here’s a taste: On the surface, Cindy Ryu is like most people. She cares for her family. She gets up early to take her 15-year-old son to school and calls to check in with her two daughters who live in other states. She spends time […]

November 19 can’t come any sooner!

Oh. My. God. I can’t wait!

Busy, busy, busy

Well, it’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything. For that I apologize. I’ve just been really busy. My sister  and a family friend were in town visiting, I was on deadline with a few stories, people were celebrating their birthdays and I had two weddings to attend in two weeks. This isn’t a very substantial […]