Honokaa music hero Gary Washburn and the Dragon Jazz Band will team up with Texas blues legend Johnny Nicholas and his band Hell Bent for a circle-island concert tour in February.
Like so many young people from Hawaii, Kekuahiwi Woods left for Las Vegas to pursue better career opportunities than he could find here at home.
The film “Devotion” reignited efforts to repatriate the remains of Jesse Brown, America’s first Black Navy pilot, who died in 1950 after having to crash land his damaged plane during the Korean War.
The Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra (KPO) continues its 2022-23 MasterWorks Season at Kahilu Theatre with “The Talent that Surrounds Us” at 2 p.m. Jan. 22.
NEW YORK — It was feast or famine at the Broadway box office as 2022 wound down, with eye-popping revenue for popular shows — including a staggering new Broadway record for “The Lion King” — not lifting all strugglers.
Find out how former sugar workers reinvented themselves to grow award-winning Ka‘u coffee in a new, 20-minute film available via YouTube.
NEW YORK — After being arrested for creating antigovernment propaganda in 2010, the Iranian director Jafar Panahi was banned from making films for 20 years. Since then, he’s made five widely acclaimed features.
Kahilu Theatre presents OperAloha — an evening of genre-busting opera performances by some of the most exciting emerging voices in opera today — next month.
A Netflix docuseries about professional tennis called “Break Point” — think of it as that sport’s answer to the popular “Formula 1: Drive to Survive” — will debut on Jan. 13, three days before the start of the 2023 Grand Slam season at the Australian Open.
NEW YORK — In a darkened hotel room in New York’s Soho neighborhood, Brendan Fraser kindly greets a reporter with an open plastic bag in his hand. “Would you like a gummy bear?”
Dancing in a Winter Wonderland! Celebrate festivities from all over the globe with Prince Dance Institute
Prince Dance Company presents “Winter Wonderland: Holidays Celebrations from Around the World” at Kahilu Theatre at 4 p.m. Dec. 11.
There is another reason to celebrate this holiday season — the return of the Kona Choral Society’s annual Holiday Concert Series.