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Island mele-Kanaka'ole keeping traditions alive

Kaumakaiwa “Lopaka” Kanaka‘ole, successfully continues his ‘ohana (family) traditions in his first album for Hula Records, Ha‘i Kupuna. He is the son, grandson, and great-grandson of talented singing award winners, who expands on the Kanaka‘ole traditions, values, and singing talent.

   

Local night life evolves with student's new club

Many HPU international students attended the Aug. 5-8 weekend grand opening of Buddha Bar at 260 Lewers St. in Waikiki.

   

Opa-Eat, dance at the Greek Festival

Opa is a word everyone knows since My Big Fat Greek Wedding. It was shouted frequently at happy moments, and there were lots of these. Each time, everyone would cheer, and drink or dance. Opa is predicted to be shouted numerous times at the upcoming Greek Festival.

   

Kalamalama's annual nightclub roundup

Wacky lights, loud bass-thumping music, and people dancing, can be found at the hottest nightclubs right in the downtown area and Waikiki. Most clubs are 21 and over, but there are a few nights available for younger crowds (18-20). Here are some of the top hottest places:

   

Multimedia at HPU

A multimedia exhibition entitled Transgressed Boundaries & Potent Fusions featuring the work of three local artists—Chris Mitts, George Newton, and Diana Jeon—opened at the HPU Art Gallery August 1 and will run through Sept. 24.

   

Mikado showcases HOT summer season

The Hawai‘i Opera Theatre has had an exciting season this summer, notably with Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado, which concluded its Neal Blaisdell Concert Hall run as this edition of Kalamalama was being printed.

   

 

 

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