The opening of La Casa Azul is the result of an eleven-year odyssey for its owner, Aurora Anaya-Cerda, who hopes the bookstore will become a neighborhood institution.
A new graphic novel features an unlikely hero — an undocumented immigrant who battles fraudulent immigration services.
Elton Lugay was crushed when he watched Jessica Sanchez narrowly miss the American Idol crown, but says he would support her–and any Filipino who has genuine talent–again in a second.
Elton Lugay does the math, and predicts that Jessica Sanchez will be crowned the next American Idol. We bring you this report from our partner, The FilAm.
Julio Salgado uses visual art to raise awareness about the challenges of being undocumented and gay.
This YouTube series produced by undocumented youth uses situational comedy to express the predicament of living paperless in the U.S.
A multimedia project called ‘Together We are New York: Asian Americans Remember and Re-Vision 9/11’ transforms personal stories into poetry. The piece will be performed on December 18 in Manhattan.
In this Fi2W podcast, reporter Aswini Anburajan interviews Vandana Makker, one of the founders of the performance series Yoni Ki Baat on the importance of exploring women’s sexuality through a cultural and immigrant lens.
Some Polish Americans are concerned about how they will be portrayed in the upcoming reality TV show. But the show’s producer says he wants to “emphasize the positive.”
Performance artist and activist Kilusan Bautista has a personal brand of hip hop theater. His latest work, ‘Universal Filipino,’ is a solo theatrical piece debuting in New York this weekend. Jocelyn Gonzales sat down with Bautista to find out more about his background and art in an interview for TheFilAm.