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Spring breakers Take Manhattan:
Plan now for East Coast vacation


Tour options make New York City a little more affordable for students.

For most of us, “Spring Break” conjures up images of beaches and bathing suits. But every year, thousands of college students spend their vacation on the breezy shores of... the Hudson River. In fact, New York City was the fourth most popular Spring Break destination in the country in 2004, according to actual hotel bookings at travelweb.com. [More]


Central Park’s Bethesda Terrace in early spring.

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Honolulu’s new music Zine

Thursdays Rocks at Detox Lounge is a weekly must see for anyone who is interested in the local underground music scene. On Nov. 30, six acts–Missing Dave, Shawn Davenport, The Malcognitas, Büsekrüs, Grand Theft Audio, and headliners Supersonic Space Monkeys–hit the stage. Fans of alternative music enjoyed a huge variety of sounds, from genres like indie-pop to screamo. Among the small crowd was Katie Whitman, 28, founder and editor of The 808 Scene Zine. [More]


Katie Whitman on Thursdays Rock at Detox Lounge with three editions of her 808 Scene Zine. She published the first version in February 2006.

Photo by Anil Kunnel

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Exhibition explores connections between China and Polynesia

Bishop Museum scientists have been in search of answers to the question of the origins of the Pacific people and cultures since the inception of the Museum in 1883. They are about to place a few more pieces of the puzzle with the world debut of Lost Maritime Cultures: China and the Pacific, a groundbreaking exhibition opening Feb. 24 and continuing through April 15 that explores cultural and anthropological connections between ancient China and Oceania. [More]


Double-eared ceramic jar: Charcoal-tempered ceramic jar with reddish-brown slips. One of the tallest found so far, measuring 92 cm. in height. Characterized by a small flaring mouth, restricted neck, cylindrical deep body, and two semicircular ears located halfway down the body.
From the collection of Zhejiang Provincial Institute of Antiquity and Archaeology.

All photos courtesy Bishop Museum

 
 

 

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