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Film Review: ‘Los Angeles Overnight’

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Los Angeles Overnight is a pseudo-noir film about a young actress and what she's willing to do to succeed, the title clearly a reference to the myth of "overnight success." It follows in the footsteps of... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: Why Latinas Get the Guy

A No-BS Guide to Understanding the Allure of Latin-American Women and Spicing Up Your Love Life by Joe Bovino Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move This book should come with a companion guide for women entitled something like,... Continue Reading →

8MM: Rapture at the Viper Room

We dropped the camera. Ok, maybe not dropped but definitely fumbled. So it was a toss up as to which Android or iPhone myself and my photographer were going to use. But honestly, it didn't matter. Nobody really hit The... Continue Reading →

Crossing Cultural Frontiers: The ‘Voice of Asia’ Fills Carnegie Hall

by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic Music heals, music pierces language, crosses cultural frontiers, and reveals the heart of universalities; like poetry, it builds bridges, like dance, it goes deep within and adds light. In Voice of Asia, the Astana... Continue Reading →

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