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How Ming Chen Became One of the Comic Book Men

When Ming Chen created in 1996 a website out of boredom while working at a computer lab at the University of Michigan to honor one of his favorite movies, he didn’t think the movie’s director would ever see it. Director Kevin Smith, aka Silent Bob, not only saw the website dedicated to his movie “Clerks,” but phoned Chen an...Read More

Disney’s Triple Threat Roshon Fegan Finds His Rhythm on ‘Dancing With the Stars’

He is the youngest contestant on season 14 of ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars,” but Roshon Fegan, 20, proved to viewers on the show’s premiere that he can Cha Cha with the rest of the stars. Partnered with pro dancer Chelsie Hightower, Fegan took to the dance floor to perform the Cha Cha, winning the praises of judges Bruno To...Read More

Sneaker Aficionado Sue Lee Stomped Out By ‘Face Off’ Competition

Her signature yellow high-tops sneakers may stand out on Syfy’s “Face Off,” but 27-year-old Sue Lee’s special effects skills outshined her on-air fashion. The Korean American native New Yorker was the last woman standing on the special effects reality show before being eliminated on March 7. Lee was one of the original crop ...Read More

Tia Carrere Brings the Hawaiian Heat to ‘The Celebrity Apprentice’

Grammy award-winning musical artist and actress Tia Carrere is a woman of many talents, but in Donald Trump’s boardroom she is just one of 18 celebrities fighting to come out on top. Her career in acting includes roles in film, animated series and television. Carrere is perhaps best know for her role as a foxy babe on “Wayne’s Wor...Read More

The ‘Nice Girls Crew’ is Not Your Grandmother’s Book Club

They may not look like an ordinary book club, but that’s because the “Nice Girls Crew” is not. Three Asian American actresses play “frenemies” in the new five episode comedy series about a book club where instead of books, the club’s discussion steers toward topics like sex, cannibalism and drugs. Sheetal Sheth, ...Read More

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