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Camilla Anderson, editor

 

Black Square heats up stage with reggae-punk infused sound

Black Square is one band who really gets it. Managed by Hawai‘i Pacific University Communication Professor Dr. Serena Hashimoto (or Serpico, as she’s affectionately called by the group), all six members of Black Square genuinely love their music, their art, and their fans. [More]


Black Square.

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Humanities forums work to complement Kumu Kahua’s play

Two public discussions are to be held in conjunction with Kumu Kahua Theatre’s upcoming production of Ola Na Iwi. The first is a presentation on the history of scientific treatment of bones, and the current regulatory debates about them. [More]

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HPU Theatre opens season

HPU’s Paul and Vi Loo Theatre starts its 2007-2008 season with the opening of The Imaginary Invalid a comedy by Jean Baptiste Moliére, about a crazy old man who tries to get his daughter to marry a physician so he can get free medical treatment. [More]

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West 32nd Street

Set in the streets of New York City, West 32nd Street introduces audiences to the lives of members of the Korean underground seen through the eyes of lawyer and protagonist John Kim played by John Cho. In the film, Kim takes on a pro bono case to help a 14-year-old Korean boy who is being held on a charge of conspiracy to murder Jin Ho Chun, played by Jun-ho Jeong, manager a local club on West 32nd Street. [More]


New York club, West 32nd Street.

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Under the Same Moon

Under the Same Moon tells the story of a young boy crossing the Mexico border into the United States to find his mom who left him four years ago with his granny. Under the Same Moon is directed by Patricia Riggen and written by Ligiah Villalobos. [More]

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Documentary - We Are Together

The film We Are Together (Thina Simunye) is an incredibly moving documentary that goes deep into the heart of Agape, a South African orphanage, and into the world of 12-year-old Slindile and her family. [More]

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I Love Hip Hop in Morocco

Hip hop is woven deeply into the fabric of American culture, and that movement is spreading and beginning to influence the world. The documentary, I love Hip Hop in Morocco, takes viewers on a journey of the development of hip hop in Moroccan culture. [More]


Local artists in Morocco express their opinions through music.

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