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Art & Stage // Under A Haleiwa Sunset
Once a month, as nature sweeps its broad strokes of brilliant yellow and orange across the evening sky, a group of novice artists sit with...

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Art & Stage // Da Kine Shakespeare
Twelf Nite O Wateva!, with its legendary string of performances dating to the early ’70s, is coming to Mission Houses Museum. After the success of...

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Art & Stage // Sea Journey for Keiki
The void of shows directed toward keiki in Waikiki has its answer in a limited run of the enchanting Honu by the Sea. The show...

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Art & Stage // Kick Off Those Sunday Shoes
Here’s a bit of trivia: Footloose has Hawaii roots. It was our own Dean Pitchford, a Saint Louis School alum, who wrote the script and...

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Art & Stage // Belly Dance: A Global Phenomena
Local belly dance collective Shakti’s Den is hosting award-winning San Francisco tribal fusion belly dance founder Jill Parker for a series of workshops in Honolulu....

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Art & Stage // Baring Your Life In Print
In the opening pages of Sharon L. Hicks’ memoir focused around her mother’s mental illness, How Do You Grab a Naked Lady?, young Sharon is...

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Art & Stage // Paying It Forward
Former UH tech professor R.W. “Buddy” Burniske believed his mom had artistic talent, so he’d take her to the Honolulu Art Museum and point at...

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Art & Stage // Adieu, President Jeff Portnoy
After dedicating many years to serving as president of the board of directors of Manoa Valley Theatre, attorney Jeffrey Portnoy is retiring … for the...

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Art & Stage // ART of the SWORD
Anyone who grew up watching old black-and-white samurai movies, such as Seven Samurai, will enjoy the updated anime incarnation Samurai 7. Both feature similar plot...

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Art & Stage // Hawaii Welcomes Blue Man
When Chris Smith showed up for an audition with Blue Man Group, he had never seen the show. He had the skill set, being an...

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Art & Stage // QUIRKY and CAPTIVATING
Kumu Kahua Theatre has done it again. Sound and Beauty (through June 30, 536-4441, kumukahua.org) is another brilliantly acted, spellbinding show that leaves you thinking...

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Art & Stage // Linking Ancient and Modern
Like a giant hive comprised of myriad honied chambers of knowledge, Bishop Museum is an invaluable storehouse of information on ancient Hawaiian culture and traditions....

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Art & Stage // Bustling Nighttime Bazaar
Nothing – not the Thursday night rush hour traffic, nor the lack of easy parking – deters adventurous shoppers, browsers and anyone looking for some...

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Art & Stage // Witnessing The Nanjing Massacre
The two-day Hawaii Book & Music Festival is coming to town, and with it a star-speckled array of more than 500 of Hawaii’s most notable...

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Art & Stage // French Film’s Crème De La Crème
Asingle film can be appreciated on its own terms, but a wide selection of films gives a more thorough cross-sectional grasp on a particular milieu...

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Art & Stage // Grass, Roots …and Pots, Too
You know those friends who are too perfect? They’re enviably expert at just about everything? Kaneohe’s Karen Kim is one such handy-person extraordinaire. Her greenhouse...

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Art & Stage // For The Love of Nose Flutes
Winding along Kamehameha Highway toward Waiahole is transportive. But step inside Waiahole Poi Factory and meet kumu hula “Uncle” Calvin Hoe, and the modern world...

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Art & Stage // Desperate Housewives of the 19th Century
She’s beautiful, she’s tormented … she’s Hedda Gabler. Julia Ubrankovics, who shined in her cameo in Hawaii Pacific University’s last production, the highly relishable The...

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Art & Stage // We’ve Come A Long Way, Baby
Women’s status in the workplace has risen dramatically since the lowpay, “look cute” and “pour your boss coffee” attitude of yesteryear. Diamond Head Theatre pokes...

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Art & Stage // Ghosts Of The 100th/442nd
At first glance, the stage looks sparse. A rock here, some rope netting and bamboo panels hanging here and there. But then the overhead lights...

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