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Marquise Brack, editors

 

Street Wise: modern culture comes downtown

It would be cliché to advise all of those “to never look back,” who are facing seasonal anxiety over the recession of summer, and fall forward of another approaching school year. But as a new semester nears, and students try to fence their priorities into the conventional models of responsible, young adults, it would be equally notable to keep in mind, you’re in college after all, right? [More]


Hawai‘i Theater, on Bethel Street, has becme a hub for modern culture downtown.

Photo by Maggie Lin

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Woodstock plus 37: Stephen Stills in Hawai‘i

A member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, his first band is credited with starting Country-Rock music. His second band was a supergroup that debuted at Woodstock. Not Woodstock 3. The Woodstock. His first solo album had Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton as guests. He is on the list of Rolling Stone magazine’s top 50 guitarists. [More]


Steven Stills played for a sold out audience at the Hawai‘i Theater on Aug. 10.

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Art tradition continues as HPU presents local artists

HPU’s Art Gallery recently announced its exhibition schedule for 2007-08 and opened its first exhibition of year, paintings by Janetta Nap, July 22 at the windward campus. [More]


Paintings in Janetta Napps’ s Virus series are currently on exhibit at the HPU Art Gallery.

Photo by Susie Lin

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Getting to know coral: Waikiki’s aquarium

The Waikiki Aquarium, a marine science institutions in Hawai‘i was established March 19, 1904 and is the third oldest public aquarium in the United States. Situated beside a living coral reef on the Waikiki shoreline, the aquarium is home to more than 2,500 organisms and 420 different species of marine plants and animals. Each year, more than 350,000 people visit. [More]


One of several species of jellyfish.

Photo by Susie Lin

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Kumu Kahua curtains up for another season

You won’t find Cameron Diaz, Brad Pitt, or Julia Roberts acting in a Kumu Kahua Theatre production. You won’t find plays written by Andrew Lloyd Webber or directed by Stephen Spielberg either. But you will see local actors performing plays written by local writers about life in Hawai‘i. [More]


Ala Wai. (L. to R.) Jarod Bailon, Eddy Gudoy, Denise Aiko Chinen, Ron Encarnacion, Daryl Bonilla, and Eve Yeung spot something strange in the water, in the fast-paced pidgin comedy Ala Wai by Bryan Hiroshi Wake.

Photo by Brad Goda

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Dieting or a Lifestyle?

Today most people think of dieting as a restriction of food meant for weight loss, but there are other reasons for various diets. Used for religious purposes, diets can sometimes become a lifestyle change. A macrobiotic diet, a vegan diet, and The Master Cleanse are three examples of lifestyle changes, or philosophies, rather than diets. [More]


Vitamin supplements are strongly encouraged under the veganism lifestyle.

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morguefile.com

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