Tag Archives: International District

Storefronts on a Mission to Fill the ID’s ‘Missing Teeth’

By Kellie Cox Rian Robison designed and made her first scarves on a coffee table. Now, those scarves line the walls and hang from the ceiling of a former acupuncture clinic in Seattleā€™s International District. After college, Robison forsook her coffee table studio and moved into an active art space in Fremont. Although the Fremont […]

How the International District Became Seattle’s Secret Art Hub

By Kellie Cox While his employees make banh mi behind him, Tom Dang prefers to stand in front of the Sub Sand counter. Wearing a stained apron and hovering near the cash register, Dang, the owner of the Vietnamese sandwich shop, chats up each customer like a lifelong friend. He knows most by name and […]