Author: rachel-ng

Zero Tolerance for pompous rock

The glamorized, ritzy lifestyle of Hollywood often masks the poverty that shares the same district. The very same stretch

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Stories in the Streets

1999 - Spring Archive Correspondent zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz  In a little corner grocery store, cardboard boxes full of sun-dried fishes, cloves of

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Historical play fails to be insightful

  Most of the years in the early parts of our lives are devoted to education. Having spent so much time

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Audience’s ears receive the royal treatment

  Some avid music lover might say that words distract the listeners from fully appreciating the true essence of music.The

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Broadway gets a rude and nasty awakening

How do you choose to remain true to your expression of art and personal identity, while worrying about the

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Joining in the march of pride against social injustice

Imagine walking down the streets one night, and someone just walks right up to you and starts beating you

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Art trips the light fantastic

Crickets chirp in harmony outside a dimly lit parking area of a business complex. It is almost 10 o’clock

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AIDS group assists living

Two years ago, doctors estimated that 38-year-old Donald Bryant would only have three days to live. His weight decreased

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