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Maui Keeps the Holiday Pops Tradition Alive

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Holiday music helps make the season, and the lively Maui Pops Orchestra has a concert of favorites coming up this Sunday.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports.

The Maui Pops Orchestra performs “Holiday Pops” this Sunday, December 2nd, 3pm at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center.  Tickets start at only ten dollars.    For tickets, check the MACC website:

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Billy Childs: Pianist on the Edge (Between Jazz and Classical)

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Composer, pianist, Billy Childs has ten nominations and three Grammys to his credit.  He’s been a Guggenheim Fellow and has completed commissions for the LA Philharmonic, and many others.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on two upcoming performances of his music.

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Printing for the People: Honolulu Printmakers’ Benefit Sale

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Inside the Honolulu Museum of Art School at Linekona, there is an efficient and hospitable community printing studio.   Established artists and curious beginners rub elbows while making use of the presses.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on an upcoming sale to support this valuable community resource.

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Brittni Paiva: Tell U What!

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HPR continues a mini-series on today’s new wave of ‘ukulele players with a portrait of Brittni Paiva.   Born and raised in Hilo, Ms. Paiva has recently released her 5th CD---it was produced by jazz legend, Tom Scott, who is also featured.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports.

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Eating Ahead of the Curve: Vegetarians Give Thanks Too

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In 2010, the United Nations’ Environment Program reported that a global shift towards a vegan diet is vital to save the world from hunger, fuel poverty and the worst impacts of climate change.  The report concluded that as the global population surges, diets rich in meat and dairy products are simply unsustainable.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on local vegetarians who are eating ah

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