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“My wife and I have taken frequent road trips in order to ensure our sanity during this tumultuous time,” said actor Gregg Daniel (“True Blood,” “Insecure,” “For Life”). “In all our trips, we wore masks and maintained social distancing. There are several places heading due north we love visiting, especially the coastal communities – Ventura, Ojai, Summerland, Montecito and Santa Barbara. I find it remarkable that not more than 90 miles from Los Angeles (where we reside), you can find yourself in an entirely different atmosphere.” Daniel is one of the stars of “7th and Union,” the boxing film that recently premiered at the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival. Fans may stay in touch with the actor on Twitter (https://twitter.com/RealGreggDaniel), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ActorGreggDaniel) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/officialgreggdaniel/).

Atlanta-based, mobile banking platform Greenwood is giving back to Tulsa through a number of community development projects and businesses.

Actress and singer Jadah Marie will turn 16 years old later this spring, but she’s already got a loyal contingent of fans, due to her work with filmmaker and choreographer Kenny Ortega in “Descendants 3” and Netflix’s “Julie and the Phantoms.” The performer said she’s looking forward to being able to travel again when it’s safer. “My family and I planned a trip to Hawaii last summer and had to cancel due to COVID,” said the Los Angeles-based teen. “We were also supposed to fly into Canada to continue shooting (a project), but that also got canceled.” Fans may stay in touch with the actress via Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/thejadahmarie/) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100057676766157).

One of Joe Seo’s goals as an actor has been to portray well-rounded characters that aren’t Asian stereotypes. Born and raised in California, Seo said one of the reasons he loves his role as Kyler – the school bully who’s a wrestler, not a martial arts expert – on “Cobra Kai,” is because it’s such a different role for an Asian American man. “It goes against the grain of the way Asians are portrayed,” he said from Atlanta, where he was working. “I jumped at this opportunity and thank the producers for trying to push the envelope.” The winner of Sundance’s Dramatic Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Performance for his portrayal of a gay teenager in "Spa Night," Seo recently was a guest speaker at Georgia Tech, where he talked about Asian American representation in the media. Fans may interact with him on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/joejoeseo/) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/Seonoopy).

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