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Jared Gradinger Our hero awaits his impending doom at the end.

Ako Dachs: from Takarazuka to New York City

Ako Dachs had one hell of a journey for her acting career. Born in Tokyo, she enrolled in the Takarazuka Music School in ...

Father’s Day Post: Blood is not always thicker than water

[caption id="attachment_361" align="alignright" width="259"] Papi and me at the Getty Villa in Los ...

A Memorial Day Post: Lee Choy-Wan

I don't have any members of my family in the military ranks, but Memorial Day holds another meaning for me. It is the ...

I’m a Two Year Old!

Wow, can you believe it? The web site is now TWO YEARS OLD! Damn, better start writing more

A Mother’s Day Post: Culinary Adventures with Mom

[caption id="attachment_329" align="alignright" width="300"] My Mother and I at the Getty Villa in Los ...

A belated New Year’s Post

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="375"] Somewhere in my neighborhood[/caption] It's been such a long time since I ...

In case if you didn’t know by now…

A Special Announcement, along with some BIG

The West Looks to the East in Pat Kinevane’s “FORGOTTEN”

The West Looks to the East to Gain Respectability for Elders The Irish Arts Center in New York City, recently finished ...

NYICCF 2010 – Mai Mia Miracle Review

Do you remember when you first met your best friend from childhood? Mai Mai Miracle is such an anime. Adapted from Nobuko Takagi's autobiography, the film is a slice of life from post-war Japan. Shinko, a feisty tomboy, always imagined what life was like for her rural town of Suo, ...

NYICFF 2010 – Oblivion Island Review

Ever wondered what happens to your toys and belongings that became discarded? Production I.G.'s 3-D animated effort, ...