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Eyja Rissanen and Chris Alcantara

   

Identity and cultural memory focus of exhibit

An exhibition of work by Brazilian-born Cristina Rosa, titled “Cristina Rosa: Recent Works,” has opened at the Hawai‘i Pacific University Art Gallery on the windward Hawai‘i Loa campus and will run until April 29.

   

The Miser: Going behind the scenes

The HPU theatre program produces a play every semester at the windward Hawai‘i Loa campus theatre and they tend to sell out. But how many of those who enjoy them actually consider what goes on behind the curtain?

   

Coming of Age in Camelot: The saga of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

It was Christmastide at King Arthur’s Camelot when the mysterious green-clad knight appeared. He was a giant of a man, and, all the women thought, including the young and impressionable queen Guinevere, as beautiful as he was brave. He came to challenge Arthur, and his famous knights, but, as his entrance suggested—he clattered into the banquet hall in full armor riding a fully armored warhorse—not to any ordinary contest.

   

My Mother the Mermaid: Film a cautionary tale

Directed by Park Heung-shik, My Mother the Mermaid (Ineoh Gong-Joo), opens on Jin-kook and Yeon-soon and their children, as they must give all the family’s money, money saved for their daughter’s school tuition, to pay debt from a loan that Jin-kook inherited when it’s cosigner died. Yeon-soon is upset because the family has lost its home, has no money to pay Na-young’s, their daughter’s, tuition, and is struggling financially. Yeon-soon, who has worked hard to give her daughter the life she never had, must tell Na-young she must go to work and to do her schooling “later.”

   

In Tune: The "others" - with no disrespect to Bob, Part II

Last issue I didn’t travel too far from the realm of the “King” Bob Marley, when I wrote of Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, and Steel Pulse as some of the “others” who helped define the sound of roots reggae. Here are a few more ground breaking artists of roots music that could not be forgotten.

   
   

 

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