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Food, culture, excitement welcome Chinatown visitors

For a lot of students, going to the beach is not enough, right? There is a lot to do on O‘ahu.

   

Ladder 49 heats up big screen

When the horrific attacks on New York City and The Pentagon shocked the country on September 11, 2001, firefighters put their lives on the line—as the do every day—to help survivors reach safety.

   

HPU presents Broadway Bound

Under the direction of Joyce Maltby, HPU Theatre will kick off this season with Neil Simon’s hit comedy, Broadway Bound. This is the third part of Simon’s autobiographical trilogy about his alter ego, Eugene Jerome. In the play, Eugene and his older brother Stanley are trying to break into the world of professional comedy writing and simultaneously cope with the impending breakup of their family.

   

Harry Tsuchidana at JCCH advises artists

Excited and supportive family members, longtime friends, and fellow artists were on hand at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i Sept. 24 for the opening reception of the solo exhibit, Harry Tsuchidana: Gemini, Monkey, Kumamoto Ken.

   

 

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