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Jul 29th

40 year-old slacker moves in with sister in Japanese-American comedy

40 year-old slacker moves in with sister in Japanese-American comedyRecently-divorced Jimmy (Hiroshi Watanabe) has just moved from Japan to Salt Lake City, Utah to live with his sister (Nae) while looking for another wife. However, because Aiko’s married and doesn’t have a lot of extra space, he has to share a bunk bed in the basement with her 10 year-old son, Bob (Justin Kwong). And although childlike Jimmy gets along fine with his nephew, the same can’t be said for his relationship with his disapproving brother-in-law (Mio Takada).
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Poet and Award Winning screenwriter Tye Green is up and coming filmmaker

Poet and Award Winning screenwriter Tye Green is up and coming filmmakerWhen it comes to art, the interpretation of excellence affects everyone differently when one’s vision elopes gracefully within the perimeter of a blank canvas. From Van Gogh to Aaron Douglas, and even through the Impressionist era and onto the beauty of a Gordon Parks photograph, the uniqueness of every artist gives birth to the importance of individualism. But in this day and age, in order to further touch the masses, an artist’s vision needs to be a closer reach than the confining walls of a picture frame.
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Bio-pic about brilliant Black brain surgeon released on DVD

World-renowned Dr. Ben Carson has long been considered by his colleagues as the best pediatric neurosurgeon around, so it’s no surprise that he remains in such great demand. Besides being stationed at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore where he performs over 300 operations on children each year, the peripatetic physician also crisscrosses the planet to share his miraculous talents with less fortunate folks in developing countries who can’t afford his services.
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Book review: Decoding the Dragon's Mindset: Inside China’s Destiny and Its Hint to the World

Book review: Decoding the Dragon's Mindset: Inside China’s Destiny and Its Hint to the World “This book provides some fascinating and intriguing insights of the Chinese mindset that to most readers in the West are still something un-comprehendible and strangely foreign from the other side of the world. The 21st Century’s globalization and Internet-driven information exchanges are rapidly changing our globe into a small and flat place in which we all must live in peace…
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Book review: “On the Line” by Serena Williams with Daniel Pais

Book review: “On the Line” by Serena Williams with Daniel PaisIt doesn’t matter whether you win or lose, it’s how you play the game.

Yeah, you never bought into that, either, did you?  If it’s all about playing and not about winning, then why have umpires, referees, and judges? Why keep score? And what’s the use of fans frothing at the mouth over victory?

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Josiah Jackson wins big at International Modeling and Talent Association in New York

Josiah Jackson wins big at International Modeling and Talent Association in New YorkCaryn International recently represented Josiah Jackson at International Modeling and Talent Association (IMTA) in New York.
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Josiah Jackson wins big at International Modeling and Talent Association in New York

Josiah Jackson wins big at International Modeling and Talent Association in New YorkCaryn International recently represented Josiah Jackson at International Modeling and Talent Association (IMTA) in New York.

In July, Jackson won Honorable Mention (top ten) for Actress of the Year and Monologue. In addition, she won Second Runner up in TV Host and TV Real People. Monologue is when a contestant performs a one minute monologue, either serious or comedy, for a panel of judges.  TV Host is when a contestant reads a teleprompter for a potential live show for a panel of judges. TV Real People is when a contestant performs a non beauty commercial on a closed set for a panel of judges.

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