On Monday, January 27, HBO premiers Herblock: The Black & The White, a film documenting the tremendous career of editorial cartoonist Herbert Lawrence Block. He worked for The Washington Post for 55 years aiming his pen at injustice and inequality. As a DC native, I’m well familiar with his work. When I was growing up, […]
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10 years ago, Grace Hong created Dumplingfest to celebrate the lunar New Year. Her story was recently featured in The Washington Post and I sincerely hope this event spreads far and wide enough so that it gets a spot on everyone’s calendar. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate anything than with 600 […]
I don’t watch How I Met Your Mother so I really have no stakes in the game. But apparently, Monday’s episode was filled with Orientalism guised as a tribute to old kung fu movies. To learn the “Slap of a Million Exploding Suns,” one of the lead characters goes on a journey to meet the […]
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Zach Weinersmith charts the history of American comics in this really insightful TEDx talk. And now I kinda want to get paid in Rolls-Royces.