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Camilla Anderson, editor

 

Army Community Theatre celebrates 65th season

Honolulu’s Army Community Theatre kicks off its 65th season on the stage of Richardson Theatre at Fort Shafter. The ACT began in 1942 under the special service program when U.S. [More]


Tina Shelton and Lenny Klompus in ACT’s fall opener, The Princess and the Pea.

Courtesy Army Community Theatre

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Movie Musuem: viewing in comfort

A wall of VHS-format films dominates the lobby of the Movie Museum in Kaimuki. It’s balanced by a wall full of movie posters, everything from Under the Tuscan Sun, to The Scarlet Claw. [More]


Photo Illustration by Joanne Corpuz

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Dorthy J. Esser Foundation

ACT survives today thanks to the generosity and insight of a woman who loved community theater, Dorothy J. Esser. [More]

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Lion King, a unique opportunity

This is not the Lion King you remember from when you were a child. This is an intense Broadway re-creation of the Disney’s classic films, that captivates the audience.From the instant the curtain rose, as Rafiki, played by Gugwana Dlamini, calls out “Nants’ Ingonyama,” cheers and applause erupted from the audience. The introductory song, “Circle of Life” was barely audible amid the deafening excitement of our applause. [More]


Courtesy Laird Christianson Advertising

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A Girls Must Read-Queen of Babble

Bestselling author Meg Cabot just released her second book about the always talking, but oh so sweet Lizzie Nichols and her adventures with friends in New York. [More]


Meg Cabot

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The latest buzz on First Fridays

The buzz is that Chinatown is the place to be every first Friday of the month. Downtown comes alive as vendors open their doors, live music fills the streets, and people gather to partake in this monthly celebration. “It’s something different” says Timmy Harman, “and I like it.” [More]

 

 

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