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By Ken “You’re only as good as your last film.” That’s an accepted dictum in the entertainment industry. Does that apply to being “diverse,” “non-traditional,” or “un-racist”? Color-blind casting has long-been an attribute of The Blank Theater Company, with its … Continue reading
I am one of the millions of Americans who has seen each and every sorry episode of Jersey Shore. I was horrified at some of the antics of Snooki, The Situation and friends, yet I couldn’t tear my eyeballs away. … Continue reading
There’s a ton of stuff going on in L.A. all the time, but if you love music & art, check out this awesome event “BY ANY DREAMS NECESSARY” featuring work by artist and designer Timothy Teruo Watters, a hapa, who … Continue reading
Lodestone Theatre Ensemble will be putting on their farewell production with Grace Kim & the Spiders from Mars. Written by Philip W. Chung and directed by Jeff Liu, this show was specifically written to be the last show for Lodestone’s … Continue reading
Kogi BBQ Truck chef Roy Choi was featured this week in the new annual CHOW 13 list of foodie innovators, entrepreneurs and trendsetters. The chef did more than just steamroll Los Angeles’ use of food trucks; he and his team … Continue reading
I try not to take for granted the vast number of cool events that happen in Los Angeles. I know that a screening of an almost 60 year-old Japanese movie doesn’t sound like the sort of thing that you can … Continue reading
When I was a high schooler, asking me to go to Koreatown in LA was like asking me to sit through a root canal without anesthesia. I didn’t like going because it was rustic, too “Korean”, not modern etc, etc. … Continue reading
UPDATE: We have a winner! Back in May, during Asian Pacific Islander (API) Heritage Month, 8Asians partnered with 3 awesome L.A. arts organizations to bring you the incredibly popular first Asian American Arts Stimulus Package. Since so many folks were … Continue reading
What the heck is “Karaoke Idol?” Well, aside from being a fundraiser to support Lodestone’s 10th (and final!) season and the production of “Closer Than Ever,” it’s a chance to sing and compete for cool prizes. (Of course, there are … Continue reading
My 4th of July* is usually associated with fireworks, barbecues, carnivals, picnics, concerts, baseball games, and various other events celebrating the history, government, and traditions of the good ol’ US of A. If I hadn’t already made plans to be … Continue reading
I know it’s Mother’s Day, but if you’re in L.A. and find yourself wanting to have a few laughs this evening, you’ll get two awesome Asian American comedy groups in one at the L.A. Comedy Festival tonight — OPM Comedy … Continue reading