A new film called “The Master Chief” delves into the so-called “Filipino Mafia” and how they support each other while serving in the U.S. Navy.
Culture shock has a honeymoon phase at its beginning. Shannon Irby, a former Military B.R.A.T. and current postgraduate student living in Ireland, was reminded of this while scrolling through Instagram one day.
Black, disabled, nonbinary author, poet, journalist, professor and Third Culture Adult Shayla Lawson has released a new must-read text: “How to Live Free in a Dangerous World: A Decolonial Memoir.”
Apple TV+ has revealed the season two trailer and premiere date for the second season of the travel series, “The Reluctant Traveler With Eugene Levy.”
In the first “Despicable Me” movie in seven years, Gru, the world’s favorite supervillain-turned-Anti-Villain League-agent, returns for a new era of Minions mayhem in Illumination’s “Despicable Me 4.”
AppleTV+ will be releasing a new “Peanuts” cartoon later this month that centers on an African-American character who also happens to be a Military B.R.A.T..
“Iwájú,” a new animation series produced by Pan-African entertainment company Kugali, is debuting on DisneyPlus at the end of February.
“Tales of Kenzera: ZAU” is an upcoming single-player, action-adventure platformer that brings a new take on grief and the experience of finding hope and courage after loss.
Barbara Agrait, a Cuban-American public relations professional, loves being able to speak both English and Spanish.
In last year’s holiday column, I wrote about one memorable customs, cuisines, traditions, and practices in my Louisiana Creole home culture of New Orleans.