Ana Sofia Knauf

Ana Sofia Knauf
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Ana Sofia Knauf is a multimedia journalist living in Seattle. She is a Los Angeles transplant who decided to grow some roots in Seattle after graduating from University of Washington's Journalism department in 2013. Knauf's work has been published by Crosscut, Puget Sound Business Journal, The Seattle Times, and other local news outlets. Her ultimate goal as a journalist is to write about those whose stories would otherwise go untold.
Chef Shota Nakajima makes a 30-minute, daikon festooned masterpiece at Seattle’s inaugural “Itadakimasu” Day celebration in Pioneer Square. (Photo by Suzi Pratt)

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Seattle chefs Shota Nakajima of Kappo Kitchen and Aaron Pate of Shiro’s Sushi went head-to-head at a cook-off on Dec. 11 at The Kitchen by Delicatus in Pioneer Square.

Detainees left their marks on the walls of the building’s outdoor recreation courtyard using melted roofing tar. Many left their names and from where they emigrated. (Photo by Ana Sofia Knauf)

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Walking into the Inscape Arts and Cultural Center didn’t feel quite like I thought it would. The building looks more like a school or...

During his visit to Seattle, South African comics artist Jean de Wet (front, with local collaborator James Stanton) is painting a mural on the Cappy's Boxing Gym building in the Central District. (Photo by Ana Sofia Knauf)

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Memoirs, social commentary and counter-culture movements have elevated comics beyond superheroes and three panel humor. And the movement is catching on around the world.

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By the time I was in sixth grade, I had amassed binders full of drawings and dreamt of becoming an animator. My dad even...

Belltown sushi restaruant "Shiro's" namesake and former chef Shiro Kashiba (third from left), with the restaurant's current chefs staff. (Photo by Ana Sofia Knauf)

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For sushi to have a future, chefs will have to look to the past

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Thanks to our amazing community, the 2014 Globie Awards was a great success.

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The Seattle Globalist's second-annual Globie Awards fundraiser is this Saturday, September 27, from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m at Washington Hall.

Roll OK Please founder Shama Joshi (center) flanked by helpers Seema Pai and Mani Singh. (Photo by Ana Sofia Knauf)

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Food truck entrepreneur Shama Joshi wants to show Seattleites what real Indian street food is all about.

Double-decker sausage in Freiburg. (Photo by Jeremy Keith via Flickr).

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A culinary tour of Germany reveals a delicious and diverse cuisine, with plenty of opportunities to partake right here in Seattle. I have plenty of...

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President Obama is on his way to Burma (aka Myanmar) on Monday for a six hour visit that will be the first by any...