Archive for September 12th, 2013

  • Nice Girls Crew

    Female-Driven Comedy Premieres Second Season in L.A.

      SAN FRANCISCO, CA — They’re baaaack! After a sizzling debut in 2012, Sheetal Sheth (The World Unseen), Lynn Chen (Saving Face, Creator of “The Actor’s Diet”) and Michelle Krusiec (Chinglish) return in this CAAM-produced comedy about three best frenemies and their cray cray antics […]

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    On Some College Campuses, a Focus on Asian American Mental Health

          Editor’s Note: This is the final installment on Asian Americans and mental health by New America Media and is reprinted with permission. Moving away from home and going to college can be stressful for anyone, but Asian American students often face culturally related factors–model […]

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    “It Can Wait” No Texting While Driving Campaign Aims to Save Lives

          At some point after a car accident occurs, many will speculate whether the wreck could have been prevented.  Increasingly, the answer is yes.  Car wrecks caused by distracted driving—in particular, texting while driving—are on the rise.  These accidents, along with the resulting devastation, are […]

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    SF Gourmet Ghetto Favorites, Symphony and More Stash Prizes at 49th Annual Big Book Sale

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA– It’s that time again: the West Coast’s biggest used book sale is coming back to San Francisco, and it’s bringing 100’s of dollars’ worth of fantastic prizes to clever book lovers that can unlock daily clues through social media. WHAT: Friends of […]

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  • Emily M. Murase

    EMILY’S LIST HAS A CLEAN AUDIT

        The top San Francisco women’s advocate now has a list that’s fundraising driven like her namesake, a pro-women candidate national organization. School Board member Emily Murase and Commission on Status of Women director sent out her own “Emily’s List” of her top eight accomplishments in time for […]

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    Asians Remember 9/11 NYC, Pentagon and Benghazi

          As America stands at the brink of bombing the daylights out of Syria’s chemical arsenal, what  have we learned about terrorism in the past year? Fort Hood Back in 2009 I wrote that Major Nidal Hasan’s martyrdom operation smelled a lot like […]

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