Catherine Deneuve plays an icon of French cinema in “The Truth.’’ She even chose her own middle name, Fabienne, for her character who says things like, “I’d rather have been a bad friend and a bad mother and a great actress.’’
It can be uncomfortable to look in the mirror and acknowledge, “Yes, I am privileged.”
They say that art imitates life. Yet it does more than that. Art explains life, and art helps us understand our lives.
Giving a speech in 1994, Taky Kimura looked at his son. His son had just reached across the table for a pitcher of water.
Like many, I watched some of the protests over the weekend with appreciation of living in a country where “the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress” is protected under the Constitution.
If buildings could talk, Eng Suey Sun Plaza would tell you hundreds of stories of triumph and defeat, perseverance and struggles, and even hope and hopelessness.
I rose in the morning, feeling blissful even though Father’s Day was not my day. How could I be joyful during the coronavirus pandemic?
While countless companies are laying off workers and downsizing during the coronavirus pandemic, Seattle-based Outdoor Research is doing the opposite. It is now hiring, expanding, and making masks.
Something beautiful is happening in the Chinatown-International District (ID) and it’s never happened before.