A Community of Learning and Inspiration with Sung Kang

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A Community of Learning and Inspiration with Sung Kang

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    Your Car My Car: Humility Builds Community

      Humility Builds Community In March of 2019, actor, director, producer, and famed martial artist Daniel Wu nearly died. After eating a meal, he began to vomit. Chalking it up to food poisoning, he thought his condition would pass with a bit of rest. But as his symptoms worsened, he was rushed to the hospital. […] More

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    Your Car My Car: Slow is the New Fast

    Slow is the New Fast Car builds are intimidating. If you approach your project with the typical corporate mindset of fast, furious, and fatigued, you’ll make needless mistakes that magnify the labor of the job. Slow is the new fast when it comes to wrenching. Approach your build with the eye of a painter and […] More

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    Your Car My Car: What Makes a Movie Car Iconic

    Before Jeff shares with Sung and close friend David Chan several of his prized possessions in his 30,000 square foot Albuquerque compound, they ask him to solve a bet.  David never buys gas at an AMPM Arco station because he feels like it’s “cheap gas.”  On the other hand, Sung doesn’t think it makes a […] More

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    Your Car My Car: Turning Passion into a Career

      For Jeff Allen, family portraits weren’t taken at Sears.  Flipping though childhood photo albums you’ll find toddler Jeff sitting on the hood of a 1967 Chevy Corvette with a triple carb, 427 engine, putting out 435 horsepower.   Growing up his father had a 1957 Chevy that Jeff, still to this day, lovingly refers […] More

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    What To Watch: Movie That Made Us Cry & Being Star Struck

    Everyone here at the Garage is, without exception, in love with movies and television. It’s only natural, then, that those things move us to tears – that seeing the people who contribute to the magic can leave us speechless. In this mini-W2W, the crew bares a little bit of their souls discussing times in our […] More

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    What To Watch: First Movie Theater Experience

    It’s become clear to me over the years that my church is the movie theater. I’d go as far as to say that any place in which I’m watching a movie becomes a sacred place to me by default. It’s a space in which talking is the highest offense and my most important relationship is […] More

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