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Why did Rosewood get canceled?

If you are a fan of Morris Chestnut, then you must probably be familiar with Rosewood. The Fox procedural drama ran for two seasons from September 23, 2015, to April 28, 2017. The show focused on Dr. Beaumont Darius Rosewood, Jr., played by Morris as a pathologist in Miami who assists detectives in solving complex […]

Why did Franklin and Bash get Canceled?

If you are a fan of the show Franklin and Bash, which was telecasted on TNT, owned by the sony pictures television then, this might be heartbreaking for you, but the show isn’t returning for its fifth season for good. However, you can still stream the show by paying for it or renting it on […]

Why was Bobo Bo canceled?

Bobobo-bo Bobo-bo also known as Bo-bobo is a Japanese comedy manga serialized and illustrated by Yoshio Sawai. This manga was also adapted into a 76 episodes Japanese animated cartoon (anime) by Toei Animation. This anime aired from 2003 to 2005 and from 2005 to 2007 in the United States. However, the anime series Bo-bobo was […]

Why is Eeyore depressed in Winnie the pooh?

It’s worth seeing how fictional characters are depicted suffering from mental illnesses. A wide audience of these fictional series is children or teenagers, who might tumble into situations where they might suffer mentally but lack the knowledge about what’s happening with them. Depicting such sensitive topics through film media can make them aware of the […]

Homing: Hung Tzu Ni’s Search For Home Through Light and Sound

In October 2019, Hung Tzu Ni, an active Taiwanese experimental sound scene artist, spent one month in San Francisco’s Chinatown as part of an artist residency program at the Chinese Cultural Center (CCC). Hung’s very first exhibit in the United States, “Homing”, will explore her experience in Chinatown and how the sights, sounds, architecture, and neighborhood cadence contribute to […]

Open Book Show 6: Life and Resistance in the Everyday

Throughout the airy, warehouse-like space of Arion Press, the Open Book Show 6 climbs up walls, sits on tables, perches on the floors. Crowds weave in and out between the various raised surfaces holding sketchbooks, zines, and other tactile objects. People touch the objects on display with a mix of reverence and curiosity: gentle hands […]

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