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Yvonne Lorano, editor, Rene Tony Donnes, assoc. editor

   

Crow's latest CD collects her best

If you’re a fan of alternative music, you have no doubt heard of Sheryl Crow. As one of the top female musicians in the alternative music scene, Crow’s career spans a full decade in which she went from receiving mediocre reviews of her work from music critics to becoming a household name.

   

From the Hand: Five Hawai'i ceramists

Hawai‘i has long been the center of a vital ceramic arts community, energized by the activities and creations of artists born in Hawai‘i and those who have made the islands their home. Many of the ceramists have trained locally as well as on the U.S. mainland and abroad, often in Japan. Their work looks to the past as well as the present and reflects a broad spectrum of techniques and traditions, both Western and Asian.

   

Cat in the Hat: Worst film of 2003

He cried in a whisper at some image, at some vision—he cried out twice, a cry that was no more than a breath: “The horror! The horror!”
— Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness (1899)

Had Conrad lived today, the infamous, shadowy Kurtz may well have been commenting on Universal Picture’s The Cat in the Hat, a movie that has single handedly turned a wonderful and uniquely American icon into a foulmouthed, shameful marketing tool.

   

HPU exhibition: Birds in multimedia

An exhibition featuring recent works by two local artists opened Feb. 1 and will run through March 12 at the HPU Art Gallery on the Hawai‘i Loa campus.

The exhibition, titled Birdwatching, consists of 35 monoprints and 10 bronze sculptures by Kandi Everett and Corrine Kamiya.

   

 

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