At what point does a filmmaker decide
he’s going to kill a good story in exchange for poignancy?
Now that I’ve seen A Girl Walks
Home Alone at Night, I can sound off on whether its tagline—“the first
Iranian vampire Western”—rings true.
When applied to cocktails, “craft” implies attention to detail, just as it does with food.
Works spanning over 20 years compose Mihio Manus' Heavy Volume, Small Spaces unveiling this Friday at IAIA’s Museum of Contemporary Native Arts.
Caricatures depicting the age-old struggles many modern-day Native Americans face hang on the windows of Ricardo Caté’s gallery space on the lower level of San Francisco Street’s El Mercado.
When it comes to dumplings, it’s no contest. Asian beats American, hands-down.
It’s safe to say I’ve been at this for a good, long while now. And that is exactly why I feel OK making the following predictions for the upcoming year.
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I’ve mentioned before how, as a kid in Santa Fe, I felt, on occasion,
discriminated against for not speaking Spanish, or for being raised
atheist, or for having a weird name.