A few weeks ago, it was announced that after 14 years and 5,765 performances, Broadway’s eighth-longest-running show “Mamma Mia!” will come to an end this fall. I was sad about the news, but not just because I was a fan of the Abba-fueled musical. It’s because that show happened to be one that had a particular place in my relationship with my mother.
From the producers of everybody's favorite adult sitcom, "Family Guy," comes an all-new kind of animated series called "Bordertown," which aims to explore many of the thorny political topics gripping our nation today.
From Hollywood to the Big Apple and all the way back to the Silicon Valley, the United States has become a second home to some extraordinarily talented immigrants.
Art can have the benefit of helping otherwise heavy stories hit home for viewers who don’t feel immediately connected to the situation at hand, as with a new CalArts theater production which hopes to soften the vitriol directed at immigrant children who travel hundreds of miles on their own.
Long gone are the days when blue was meant strictly for boys and pink entirely for girls. Gender fluidity, in this day and age, is finally becoming more accepted.
Asian American Issues are American Issues Too, and We Need to Participate in Politics to Make Our Voices Heard
After all these years, it’s become all too easy for Asian Americans to become disillusioned with the American system. It’s hard to truly care when you feel like you don’t exist, or that your opinions don’t count.
The jokes have been cracked, the tears of joy have been shed, the champagne has been popped, and the cookies have all been given away, courtesy of Ms. Taraji P. Henson. It’s now post-Golden Globes, as well as the ultimate time to take a good hard look at what truly was a night full of surprises.
Sure, I am technically not a hundred percent American, but I am also not entirely Chinese, much less an "anchor" that is no longer a baby.
A class of 40 film students at Troy High School, under the direction of teacher Jim Falletta, are hard at work creating TV pilots that will premiere in April at the school's Wally Awards ceremony — its version of the Emmys and Oscars.
Homelessness numbers continue to rise sharply despite increasing efforts to place people in housing and to combat a decades-long homeless crisis. The existence of this substantially large population is beyond doubt and yet its ever-changing and fluid nature continues to present methodological challenges in obtaining an accurate measure of its actual size.
New Self-Guided Pennsylvania Trail Takes You Through The Sights That Inspired Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Grab that hat, lace up those tennis shoes, zipper up that cardigan sweater, and get ready to take a nice and simple stroll towards yesteryear -- a walk to forever remember through the much-loved sights of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.
I was born on December 25th. Yes, that’s right, I’m one of those Christmas babies everybody makes a huge fuss about.
With a goal to protect the millions of children who are forced to go through the legal court system alone, two new measures are aiming to stand up for the rights of the powerless and extend proper legal protection to children and other vulnerable immigrants.