Lama Zaioor

  • May 22, 2018By Lama Zaioor

    CAAMFest36 is the largest Asian/Asian-American festival showcase in the nation, presented by the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM). Beginning on May 10th and ending on May 24th, venues throughout the Bay Area screen over 100 films and hosting cultural events including live music and food offerings. CAAMFest attracted 27,000 people last year and about 40,000

  • February 5, 2018By Lama Zaioor

    Waterparks, a three-piece rock band from Texas, consisting of lead vocalist Awsten Knight, guitarist Geoff Wigington and drummer Otto Wood, recently released their sophomore album ‘Entertainment’. Their debut album, ‘Double Dare’ is one of my favorite albums, so naturally I was ecstatic for ‘Entertainment’, and I was not disappointed. This album is great. Like, really great. Each

  • December 2, 2017By Lama Zaioor

    Netflix has recently announced that it will be releasing a third season for its hit original series Stranger Things. Should we make another season of Stranger Things? — Netflix (@netflix) December 1, 2017 FOR THE LOVE OF STEVE, DUH! So hold tight baby darts — season 3 is officially happening. — Netflix (@netflix) December 1,

  • September 30, 2017By Lama Zaioor

    Today marks the end of this year’s Banned Books Week celebration. This campaign, promoted by the American Library Association and Amnesty International, celebrates the freedom to read and aims to address the issue of book censorship. These 10 very different books have one thing in common: they are all banned for sending powerful messages that authority

  • August 22, 2017By Lama Zaioor

    President Donald Trump has been in office for about 30 weeks now and most Americans, even those who claim not to be politically involved, can list more than a few controversial ways he has exercised his power as commander-in-chief. It is frustrating to watch mainstream news outlets speak so professionally of the unsophisticated and uncultured

  • August 9, 2017By Lama Zaioor

    Despite the superiority that is often associated with entertainers in Hollywood, there is much racism and stereotyping aimed towards the small sector that people of color occupy within the industry. More often than not, minorities are typecast as what Americans perceive to be the standard face of their respective ethnicities, whether that be Asian, Arab,