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Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Much Ado About The Earl Of Oxford
Shakespeare’s tome doesn’t call forth visions of students on stage. Nevertheless, the Bard and high school students make an ideal combination, says esteemed local actor...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Paintings That Dance
In a flurry of motion, hula dancers leap off the screen to soulful Hawaiian chanting, or leis are piled forehead-high onto a grad. Tandem surfers...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // For The Love Of Lincoln
He’s on the penny and the five-dollar bill, and he’s as famous for his top hat and beard as for his stance against slavery. Since...

Rasa Fournier
Central Oahu News // Standup Yoga Retreat Brings Holistic Lifestyle To North Shore
The North Shore is continuing to cement its reputation as the surf and yoga capital of Hawaii. On the tail of Wanderlust yoga festival, Fluid...

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Art & Stage // Fashioning Linguistic Masterpieces
To read Gail N. Harada’s poetry and prose is to be cradled by words – words that transcend the sum of their parts, immersing the...

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Newsmakers // Born To Sing
He seemed destined for football. After all, the book, the movie and the spinoff series Friday Night Lights document his high school football team and...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // TAHITI: Dancing With Flair
We’re familiar with the impossibly fast hip-swaying of Tahitian dancers and their bright costumes that fan out like a burst of fireworks, but Rose Perreira...

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Feature Story // Aerial Yoga
There’s a new brand of yoga in the air … literally. Call it aerial yoga, upside down yoga or antigravity yoga, it involves hanging from...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Women, Wardrobe…Identity
Talk about a satisfying girls night out. I recently had the good fortune to sit in on a rehearsal of Love, Loss and What I...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // The Page Comes Alive
What a cool job,” is a typical reaction when people hear about various journalistic gigs MidWeek staff covers. Take for instance, photographer Lawrence Tabudlo, who...

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