Every year, the Seattle Symphony offers Celebrate Asia, a cornucopia of Asian dance and music that puts a spring in our step just as the weather warms—and seems to acknowledge, especially in these times of pandemic and global conflict, that we’ve made it through another year.
The Seattle Asian Art Museum (SAAM) has a vision of itself as a wellspring of diversity, inclusion, rich history, and contemporary lessons, and that vision is fully realized in its newest exhibition, “Embodied Change: South Asian Art Across Time,” running through July 10, 2022.
Deadpool, meet All Might.
“Definition Please,” now streaming on Netflix, is the feature directorial debut of its leading actress, Sujata Day, who is also the writer of the film.
Do you have a tiger in your life? If you do, chances are that they are bold (some may say brash), courageous, energetic, competitive, and impulsive. Tiger people are also very charismatic and exciting to be around—but take heed, the tiger’s dark side is sometimes tempestuous, hungry, and full of sharp teeth and dangerous claws.
2021 was a bit of a weird year. There was a pandemic raging on, which saw a lot of us trapped in our homes, spending hours on TikTok, and watching every streaming platform. At least, that’s what I did. All that effort was worth it. Because it enabled me to write this for you, with amazing broadness.
Oh Il-nam aka Player 001 didn’t win in The Squid Game. But the actor who played him—O Yeong-su—enjoyed a historic win at the 2022 Golden Globes on Jan. 9. Yeong-su, 77, scored the award for best supporting actor in a series for his work on the Netflix show. The win marks the first time a […]
The Seattle area’s own Bao Tran started out working for himself, scraping money and resources together to make short films. But thanks to ViacomCBS, he’ll have an easier time realizing future projects.
In 1999, my siblings and I rode around in an RV with our parents, going on weekend trips to Ocean Shores and down to Oregon regularly.
2014’s “Ex Machina,” written and directed by Alex Garland, won an Oscar and was widely considered one of the most dashing and deep science fiction films of its era.