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Jordan Brown grew up in a suburb of Sydney, Australia. Javier Uanini was also raised in the Southern Hemisphere, but on the other side of the world in Argentina. Yujin Park, Boram Kim and Adalla Kim all come from South Korea.
The five of them don’t work or live together, but last Friday, they all sat at a table in the library of PS 254 in Richmond Hill preparing to speak to fourth-graders about where they come from, how life there differs from America and how it is similar.
Will Jeong, from Elmhurst, joined Big Apple Circus’ administrative staff in 2005.
Even clowns can fall in love.
Barry Lubin first created the character Grandma in 1975 when he performed with the Ringling Bros. Circus. He guffawed over to the Big Apple Circus in 1982 and brought his beloved act with him, which he has performed for 25 seasons.
2009’s “The Hangover,” a film about the misbegotten adventures of four guys in the midst of a bachelor’s party weekend in Las Vegas, set a box office record for most gross receipts for an R-rated comedy. The relatively low-budget film made stars out of the three leads: Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis.
It didn’t take a genius to figure out that Warner Bros. would find a way to green light a sequel that would be released to kick off the lucrative summer season. The result is “The Hangover Part II,” a textbook example of how to make a risk averse sequel that may make the Warners’ accounting department happy but is a disappointment artistically.
“A picture is worth 1,000 words.” In the United States, this phrase is attributed to 1920s ad man Fred Barnard, who himself claimed it originated in Asia.
A student from St. Francis Preparatory High School and one from Queens High School for the Sciences at York College were named semifinalists in the prestigious Intel Science Talent Search Competition.