Monthly Archives: October 2009

Lowballin’

When conjuring up names of Japanese Americans who give me pause when contemplating their outstanding contributions and significance, a small list comes to mind. My mom, whose extraordinary dedication to an underfunded and under-appreciated profession has made her undoubtedly one … Continue reading

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A Disenchanted Sisterhood

While living in the basement of a brownstone situated in an area drenched¬†by the new construct of gentrification and touted as the newest “up-and-coming hot spot,” I had the honor of disembarking¬†at the first stop across the Hudson River every … Continue reading

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The New Face of Thievery

This is it. The new face of head operations at the SEC is a twenty-nine year-old fresh-faced kid whose smile beams from his black-and-white, mug shot-style, widely disseminated photo in a sort of creepy foretelling of more diabolical tricks hidden … Continue reading

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