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January-February Calendar

Shavae'cha Lee, editor

HPU Events
Spring Club Carnival
Feb. 4, 10 a.m. -3 p.m.
It’s time for HPU’S annual club carnival on Fort Street Mall. The HPU cheerleaders, Dance Team, and Band will provide the entertainment.

Power Breakfast
Feb. 8, 8:30 a.m.
Located in the Plaza Club at 900 Fort Street.

Sea Warrior Basketball
Jan. 15 - UH-Hilo 2:00
Feb. 17 - W. New Mexico Univ. 7:30
Feb. 19 - W. New Mexico Univ. 2:00
Feb. 26 - UH-Hilo 2:00
Home games to be held at Mid-Pac Institute.

Community events
National Student ADDY Awards
Entries due by Jan.21

The American Advertising Federation’s District 13 is now accepting entries for the 2004 Student Pele Awards. The competition recognizes exceptional advertising created by students in Hawai‘i during 2004. The winning entry will be entered into the National Student ADDY competition, a newly created category prestigious ADDY Award. For more information or to submit entries visit or contact Barbara Scott at

Farmer’s Market
Tues., Thurs. 9:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Fort Street Mall at King Street.

Brown Bag Aloha Friday
Fridays, noon - 1 p.m.
Music in the plaza at Pacific Guardian Center, Queen and Bishop Streets. Free.

The Royal Hawaiian Band
Fridays, noon - 1 p.m.
At ‘Iolani Palace. Free.

Swing Dancing with the Hawai‘i Jitterbugs
Fridays, 9-Midnight
Lesson are held at Dream to Dance Studio on 661 Auahi Street, #201. Free first lesson with admission. For more information call 282-0053.

“Club Crawl”
Da Dawg House, 7:30 p.m.
Check out four of Honolulu and Waikiki’s hottest nightclubs. Free drinks, dinner, transportation, souvenir photo, and prizes. 18+. For details call 924-6945.

Society of Seven Las Vegas

Tues. - Sun. 8:30 p.m.
If you’re looking for some local entertainment, then check out these guys at the Outrigger’s Main Showroom. Kama‘aina rates for students and children 5-12.

Jan. 21-22, 8 p.m.
A major American dance company of international influence, presented by
Ballet Hawai‘i.Tickets $25-45 at the Hawai‘i Theatre Box Office, with
discounts for students, seniors, and military. For details call 528-0506.

A Night with Carol Channing
Jan. 28, 7:30 p.m.
The Hawai‘i Theater will be hosting Carol Channing who will be accompanined by Glen Roven. For ticket information call 528-0506 or go to the box office at 1130 Bethel Street.

At the Academy of Arts
“ Mr. Narcissus”
Jan.8 - Feb.9
Local architect Gilman Hu, known as “Mr. Narcissus,” will offer a series of workshops on the ancient and once nearly-extinct practice of growing narcissus for the Chinese New Year’s celebrations. Students can learn the fine art of upright and crab-claw narcissus culture in preparation for the Chinese New Year celebrated on Feb. 9.

Jewelry of Hawai‘i : Art and Artifice in Paradise
Oct. 28 - Feb. 13
This exhibition of work by Carol Anne Dickson, Ph.D, focuses on jewelry and jewelers of the 20th century in Hawai‘i. Featured jewelry will be on loan from private collectors. It will also include artifacts produced by pre-contact Hawaiians in the 19th century. For details call 532-8701.

Eternal Presence: Handprints and Footprints in Budhist Art
Jan. 27 - May 29
This exhibition of work organized by Katonah Museum of Art in New York, explores the visual manifestations and devotional contexts of handprints and footprints in Buddhist art, focusing on Tibetan art where their appearance is most widespread. The exhibit will include approximately 36 examples of sculptures, painting, and works on paper from Tibet, India, Pakistan, Burma, Thailand, and Japan dating from the 2nd century B.C. to the 20th century. For more information contact 532-8700.

The Patches Damon Holt Bequest
Oct. 21 -Feb. 20
Selections from the estate of Honolulu art patron Frances “Patches” Damon Holt. Located at the Honolulu Academy of Arts. For details call 532-8700.

Lea Woods Friedman comes to the Academy
Jan. 27, 7:30 p.m.
After a sold-out concert last season Chamber Music Hawai‘i presents another special concert with Hawai‘i’s own diva, Lea Woods Friedman. The program will feature a variety of vocal chamber music, including Franz Schubert’s Auf dem Strom for Soprano, Horn, and Piano. The program will also include music by Maurice Ravel and Henry Purcell.Tickets are available by phone at 524-0815 or online at

Short Films at the Academy
thru feb.
Jan. 20,21,23-25 - The Learning Process directed by Chrystal Jameson
Jan. 26-28,30,31 - Still directed by Jay Hubert
Feb. 1,2 - Keys of Life directed by Jeremy Rall
Feb. 3,4,6,7 - Dragon of Love directed by Doan La
Feb. 10-12, 14 - Gemini’s Effect directed by Andrew Gregor
Feb. 15-19,21 - Game Over directed by Andrew Ma
Feb. 22-24 - Kamea directed by Jennifer Akana-Sturla
Feb. 25-28 - The Tale of Haiku Jones directed by Kevin Inuoye
For film times and more information call

The Shakespeare Hoax
Feb. 3, 7:30
In the past hundred years, the marked discrepancy between the small-town life of William Shakspeare of Stratford-on-Avon and the main subjects of Shakespeare’s plays—England’s nobility and monarchy—have raised increasing doubts about the Stratford man’s authorship. The Shakespeare Authorship Mystery: England’s Greatest Cover-up is a slide lecture by Paul Altrocchi. For more information call 532-8700.

Watercolor on the Edge
thru Jan. 30
This exhibition offers the viewer an opportunity to view the medium of watercolor in new ways. Coordinated by the Hawai‘i Watercolor Society, the exhibition is designed to challenge Hawai‘i’s watercolor painters to extend the boundaries of their work as well as the medium itself. For more information call 532-7800.

Making Waves: New Works by Jonathan Busse
thru Jan. 30
This exhibition presents a selection of beautifully rendered land and seascapes in oil and watercolor media by Honolulu-based painter, Jonathan Busse who arrived in Hawai‘i in 1965 and was immediately drawn to the ocean. Surfing became the obsession and as many young surfers do, he began to draw waves. For more information call 532-7800.

Molas: Mythical, Marvelous, Magnificent
Feb. 2 - Mar. 27
Intricately hand-sewn molas are the product of an indigenious group South American Indians called the Cuna. Their beautiful and colorfully rendered images are inspired by real and mythical creatures, geometric symmetries, and symbolic references of an idyllic island lifestyle. Over 30 examples culled from the Academy’s own collection will be presented in the exhibition. For more information call 532-7800.

Tea and Tour

Tues. & Sun., 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Take a Honolulu Academy of Arts tour and also enjoy free pupus. Admission is free with museum admission. Tours will be held according to the following schedule.
Jan. 18 & 23 - Pictures Tell Stories by John Pearson.
Jan. 25 & 30 - Decoding Symbols by Hannelore Herbig
Feb. 1 & 6 - The Beauty of Islamic Art by Cathy Levinson
Feb. 8 & 13 - The Play of Clay by Bill Gemmer
Feb. 15 - Colors by Charles Hardy
Feb. 22 & 27 - Picture Frames by Allison Roscoe

‘Iolani Palace
Tues. - Sat. 9 a.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Guided tours of the historic ‘Iolani Palace, corner of King and Richards Streets. Admission.
For more information call 522-0832.

Sunset on the Beach
Movies in Waikiki
Every Sat. & Sun., 6 p.m.
Grab a buddy and venture down to the Queen Surf Hotel across from the zoo. Enjoy a variety of cuisine and a flick on the 30-foot screen. For movie times and dates go to



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