This fall, Prince Dance Institute is offering more than 25 performing arts classes at Kahilu Theatre in Waimea.
Internationally acclaimed, Hawaii-based recording artist, composer and activist Makana recently released “Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes,” a new song in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombings at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan that occurred on Aug. 6 and 9, 1945, respectively.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of many annual events island residents enjoy, but Milton Lau is keeping his promise to the people of Hawaii that the slack key festivals he produces will happen as scheduled. This weekend he presents the 38th annual Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival “Waikiki Style” as a four-hour virtual concert.
Join Kona Historical Society for the final installment of Mondays with Maile, a virtual talk story sharing Kona’s unique history beginning at 1 p.m. Monday on the society’s Facebook Page.
The Orca is headed back to the waters of New England, but this time, its mission isn’t to hunt sharks. It’s to help save them.
Donkey Mill Art Center presents “INUNDATION: Art and Climate Change in the Pacific” through Oct. 11.
NEW YORK — A long time ago in a pre-COVID universe far, far away, blockbusters opened around the globe simultaneously or nearly so. In 1975, “Jaws” set the blueprint. Concentrate marketing. Open wide. Pack them in.
Recognize and celebrate La Ho‘iho‘i Ea, Hawaiian Independence Day, by attending July 31 the online world premiere of “Language of a Nation,” a historical docuseries produced by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center.
NEW YORK — Last year saw record representation of LGBTQ characters in the 118 films released by major studios, according to a new study by GLAAD. But for the third straight year, the racial diversity of LGBTQ characters has waned and transgender characters again went unseen.
He’s doing his best to qualify as an “underground” artist.