Mark Colety

Monthly Archives: April 2011

Seattle International Film Festival: The reels are rolling

Northwest Asian Weekly, June 6 1998 One of Mark’s last assignments as a journalist was covering the SIFF in 1998.

All aboard: Take a ride on the ‘Survival System Train’

Northwest Asian Weekly, November 18 1997 Review of Japanese industrial artist Kenji Yanobe’s exhibit. Mr. Yanobe had art shows throughout the world and his work was on display at the grounds of the World’s Fair in Osaka, Japan.

In through the out door: ‘Exit the Dragon’ storms into Seattle

Northwest Asian Weekly, October 11 1997 Review of Michael Zee’s play. It was promoted by his wife, celebrity, actress and producer Ming Na Wen (Joy Luck Club) on opening night in downtown Seattle.

‘Gold Watch’ recalls hard times at home for Japanese Americans

Northwest Asian Weekly, May 16 1998 Review of Momoko Iko’s play

Census 2000: Asian or Pacific Islander? New Census Seeks Specifics on Race.

Northwest Asian Weekly, March 6 1998 This article by Mark Colety was cited in Catherine R. Squires’ book, Dispatches from the Color Line, published in hardback by New York State University Press, July 2007

Mona Lee Locke: Washington’s first lady

Northwest Asian Weekly, December 20 1997 Interview with the Governor Gary Locke’s wife, shortly after she became a mother

Bravery of a local war hero is remembered by many

Northwest Asian Weekly, November 8 1997 Colety interviewed family members and wrote this article on congressional Medal of Honor recipient Captain Jose Calugas just months before his death

Seattle’s Mimi Gates: at home with Asian Art

Northwest Asian Weekly, April 8 1998 Interview with Mimi Gates (Microsoft founder Bill Gates’ mother) four years after she became director of the Seattle Art Museum

This is not about jealousy, though

Licton Springs Review, Volume 14, 2005