DAILY NEWS BRIEF: Boston politics, Seattle foodies, San Francisco weed

[Boston Herald] Council leader reflects Boston’s newfound youth, diversity: “Wu didn’t grow up in Boston. Suspicion of outsiders once made growing up in Boston’s neighborhoods a virtual prerequisite to political success.”

[The Stranger] On the Redefinition of Asian American Food and Identity: “While the recipes are interesting, it’s the personal stories of growing up Asian in America that I was most drawn to in these books…Food is personal, linked to our identities, which are complex.”

[San Francisco Chronicle] Group helps pot smokers come out to their Asian-American parents: “While there is little polling data into Asian American attitudes toward weed, pollsters and campaign operatives confirm that their internal surveys say that the generational divide is greater among Asians than other demographic groups, except for Latinos.”


Photo: Boston Public Garden

Credit: Wikimedia Commons

 

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