Archive for August 23rd, 2012

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    Second Annual Chinatown Sunday Streets & Ping Pong Tournament Set for Aug. 26

    San Francisco, CA—Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced the second annual Chinatown Sunday Streets and Chinatown Ping Pong Tournament this Sunday, August 26th. The event is the second Sunday Streets along Grant Avenue, and a reprise of portions of the inaugural Sunday Streets route in […]

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  • The 2012 cast of A Pinoy Midsummer. Photo by Paciano Triunfo. Make up by Zane Artistry and costume by Joyce Juan Manalo.

    All Filipino Cast Adapts Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    For the first time ever, the story of William Shakespeare’s classic A Midsummer Night’s Dream is being retold merging the classical text with Tagalog, Philippine folklore, shadow puppetry, movement and original Pinoy and Kulintang music. Adapted and directed by Lorna Velasco, “A Pinoy Midsummer” is her creative work […]

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  • District 5 (Japantown) Christina Olague is short on support
at the SF Democratic Party endorsements. (Photo courtesy of Olague campaign)

    $1,000 Rate Hikes And Goo Goo Boo Boos

    CLEANPOWERSF’S DIRTY BIG BILL Say, aren’t Asian Pacific Americans running the political joint? Although the city is one-third APA, the SF Public Utilities Commission and its advisory bodies facing new General Manager Harlan Kelly(who’s replacing Ed Harrington) do not reflect demographic and political realities. It’s particularly startling as the SF Board […]

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    Myx TV’s Press Play Calls on All Independent Music Artists to Get on TV

    Redwood City, CA – Are you an independent artist looking for more exposure? Here’s some good news: Myx TV, the premier Asian American entertainment network in the United States, will bring independent artists to the stage, with 10 million households in the audience through its show, Press Play. […]

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