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Brittany Yap, editor

 

Aloha Rosie's and audience hit

“Howdy y’all!” Is what you will hear on a typical night at Rosie’s Place. Aloha Rosie’s, a country version of Cheers, a musical written by the husband and wife team Norm Boroughs and Joyce Maltby. The play, HPU’s first theatre production of the school year, is set in present day west Texas. [More]


Becky Maltby and Ethan Okura
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Music-In Tune

Sweden's Sabaton

Heavy metal has long been considered the music of choice for sleeveless mullet-wearing car mechanics from the countryside. In a time of commercialized hip hop, the hillbilly label declined, but today it is seeing a revival. [More]

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Jarhead: Not Full Metal Jacket

If you were searching for “real” insight into Desert Storm, or some profound statement about the enemy, Iraq, or the government, from a soldier’s point-of-view, you are in the wrong theatre. Jarhead is a personal story about how tedious the life of a marine can be. [More]

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Brosnan a seedy assassin in Matador

An assassin and a salesman meet in a bar in Mexico City. Sounds like the beginning to a bad joke, right? In the movie Matador this exact situation occurs, and it’s just the beginning of the laughter. [More]

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Russian music, American singers, and a Japanese conductor: Symphony brings Russia to life

“Russia does not get conquered easily,” said Alexander Nevsky, Russian prince and hero, in the movie of the same name. This statement is true not only in historical context. Russia can’t be conquered without a fight even musically. The music of Russian composers is considered some of the most difficult to perform. [More]


Margaret Latiimore
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Fall of Fujimore - dictator's path

Directed by Ellen Perry, the film The Fall of Fujimore is an intimate, character-driven documentary about the former leader of Peru, Alberto Fujimore. Under suspicion for murder, corruption, and kidnapping in 2000, Fujimore fled in exile to his homeland, Japan. Perry’s film was made earlier in 2005. On Nov. 7, he was caught in Chile on a tourist visa. Peruvian officials are preparing a formal extradition request so he can be tried in Peru rather than Chile. [More]

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