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Rasa Fournier
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...

Rasa Fournier
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...

Rasa Fournier
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...

Rasa Fournier
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...

Rasa Fournier
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...

Rasa Fournier
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...

Rasa Fournier
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...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Art & Stage: You Won’t Find These In A Nest
They’re goose, duck and ostrich eggs, but they flaunt colors and patterns prettier than how their mama made them. Their exquisite markings are produced by...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Dogs As Artistic Canvas
Do an image search on extreme dog grooming and you won’t believe the gaudy, shave ice-colored monsters and fantasy creatures people have their dogs transformed...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Triumphant Sorrow
Watching the musical Next to Normal at Manoa Valley Theatre feels so personal, like all your inner traumas, the things that make you shed tears...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Creativity In Bloom
One of my great joys, a place of quiet refuge and contemplation while attending UH Manoa, was the UH Art Gallery and surrounding areas. Unlike...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Films That’ll Leave You Verklempt
Whether they’re happy tears or tearjerker-induced, the seven films at this year’s Jewish Film Festival are incredibly moving. A few dramatic feature films, a couple...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Sharing Consequential Truths
A one-man off-Broadway show is coming to Honolulu Theatre for Youth, thanks to the support of Five-0 actor Daniel Dae Kim. He saw Hold These...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Thriving Indie Art
Raw talent bursts through the room. At one booth, a young man holds up T-shirts he’s designed in bold colors. At another, a young lady...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Making Waves
A new art feature that American Savings Bank launched last week finds all 57 branches in the state displaying the work of local photographers and...

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Art & Stage // Uprooted: Okinawan Migration
When the film Flight 93 came out, a critic begged the question: Why do we watch movies? Is it to entertain? Is it an escape?...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // A Legacy of Inspiration
As a great repository of knowledge, UHManoa is an ideal location to showcase the forerunners of Hawaii’s printmaking tradition. Home in on Hamilton Library, and...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Dance: Daring Different
If the world of dance has you feeling complacent, Keigwin + Company is coming to the Leeward Community College Theatre to shake things up. Their...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Kailua Art Den
Art and chocolate. The two come together in a cozy pairing above Cinnamon’s Restaurant in Kailua in a mom-son enterprise. Young entrepreneur Dylan Butterbaugh opened...

Rasa Fournier
Art & Stage // Artist In Residence
The bright, cheery, colorful explosion of dots that characterize artist Frank Oliva’s work seemed like a fitting New Year’s feature, so I asked him and...

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