Dino-Ray Ramos is a entertainment writer that watches too much TV and enjoys good and bad movies. He has a critical eye for movies and television, which meaning he likes to make fun of it all — but enjoys making a fool of himself the most. He can inhale a burrito in a little under five minutes, is awkward, enjoys inappropriate humor and is nerdy for comedy — so much that he thinks he imagines that he is funny on his Twitter account. Occasionally, he lends his magical powers to websites such as AfterElton.com, DivineCaroline.com and OKGorgeous. He has also contributed to the Oakland Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle and surprisingly, his work still exist in print as a pop culture columnist for Hyphen Magazine. You can also see him doing his best impression of an Asian Donahue (or Sally Jessy Raphael) when he is moderating post-screening Q&As with famous people. With charming desperation and need to be loved, he is always looking to contribute to other publications.
Very special guest Delious Kennedy from the famed R&B group, All-4-One, joins me and producer Tony for another glorious discussion of minorities in entertainment and media. We have a conversa...Read More
This episode is a big one folks! For the 6th installment of Off White, I welcome writer/director Owen Dara and actor/producer Jessica Lancaster from the film, The Holy Fail. Also joining is actor...Read More
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We’ve made to number 4! In this episode, I welcome documentary filmmaker Cristine Cardenas, writer/director Weldon Powers, and producer Annette Villarreal. Join us as we chop it up about Viola D...Read More
In the third episode, I am joined by Angela Tabora, the lovely filmmaker behind the Nomadic Family Project, wondrous comedic stylings and impressions from Melissa Villasenor, and of course, ...Read More
The sophomore episode of Off White welcomes the fancy female stylings of southern-born Greek/Lebanese/Cajun/Jewish radio personality Dayna Keyes, the fine wisdom of trans activist and storyteller Roma...Read More
A couple of weeks ago, Amanda Bynes came out of hiding and made a public appearance at a fashion show. Naturally, the world gasped and went crazy like she came back from the dead. That said, I thought...Read More