Megamen for Donuts

American Actors Can’t Afford Not to do Commercials in Their Own Country Anymore

“My favorite things, my favorite things… / Blue jeans, see a red-haired girl / Sweet peanut butter, slow-burning candle / Cup of a tea and a good book and the dance of the reindeer, and also… / Pachinko, yeah / Pachinko / Pachinko / Wah, Sankyo…” This beautiful, probably improvised minor key piano ballad by […]

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Nicky Otis Smith is a filmmaker and writer. He was born and raised in New York City and has lived in Baltimore since 2003.

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