Monthly Archives: February 2021

Randall Park’s Jimmy Woo from Wandavision pitched as star of new Marvel Series

Randall Park’s Jimmy Woo from Disney’s Wandavision TV series has proven to be such an entertaining character that actor/director Stephen Ford has created a pitch to make Park the star of an X-File type show that investigates mysteries in the … Continue reading

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Home Remodeler’s Discrimination Lawsuit Dismissed

Satish Ramachandran’s discrimination lawsuit against the city of Los Altos and other individuals has been mostly dismissed. Judge Beth Labson Freeman threw out most of the allegations in suit saying that most of them in the lawsuit had already been … Continue reading

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Apple’s 2021 Chinese New Year Short: Nian

Every year, Apple releases a short film for Chinese New Year that is shot on an iPhone.  I really liked 2020’s Daughter, and this is year’s short called Nian is less serious but quite charming.  Nian is directed by Lulu … Continue reading

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8Books Review: “We Could Be Heroes” by Mike Chen

Curling up with Mike Chen’s recent novel, We Could Be Heroes, turned out to be the perfect snow day activity. Regardless of whether you were also deluged in snow over the past couple days, reading We Could Be Heroes is … Continue reading

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Grant Imahara STEAM Foundation

October 23, 2020 would have been special effects engineer and TV host Grant Imahara‘s 50th birthday.  His mother and others used that day to announce the Grant Imahara STEAM Foundation.   The foundation’s mission is: To inspire emerging talent and empower … Continue reading

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