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Aeneas and the Trojans, Virgils epic

“Camilla of the Volscian people came, riding ahead of her cavalry, her squadron gallant in bronze…She was hard and trained to take the shock of war, or to outrace the winds in running…To see her men and women poured from the fields, from houses, thronged her passage way and stared wide eyed with admiration at the style of royal purple, robing her smooth shoulders, then at the brooch that bore her hair in gold.”


Marley's music lives on

Almost 24 years after his passing, the spirit of Robert Nesta Marley was alive and well on Feb. 5 at Kapono’s and Don Ho’s in the Aloha Tower Marketplace. Fifteen bands performed on two stages to celebrate what would have been the musical icon’s 60th birthday.


Around the world in 80 minutes at the Academy of Arts

Vincent Van Gogh once said: “I can’t change the fact that my paintings don’t sell. But the time will come when people will recognize that they are worth more than the value of the paints used in the picture.”


Dan Brown's DaVinci Code a good formula thriller

After the 56th printing of The Da Vinci Code and more than seven million copies sold, author Dan Brown has become a household name among America’s readers. If you are among those who are still to discover Brown’s four novels, you might wonder why all of them, in early 2004, held spots on the New York Times bestseller list.


Become an opera enthusiast

The masks of Peking tradition display wildly colorful and vibrant facial features making the wearer boldly dramatized and passionately ugly. One such masked swordsmen poses readily on the ad for the upcoming new Hawai‘i Opera Theatre (HOT) show Turandot, by Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924). Below this picture the caption begins, “Princess Turandot and her cruel cold beauty rule the ancient city of Peking. Death meets every suitor who fails to solve the three riddles to win her hand.”



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