Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

Live Jazz at Sarento's

ShareThisAs part of a continuing series on live music in Hawai’i, HPR’s Noe Tanigawa takes you to a weekly haven for jazz atop the Ilikai Hotel. Enjoy jazz at Sarento’s every Thursday evening, 7:30-10:30.
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The Mayor's Office on Culture and the Arts Faces Potential Funding Cuts

ShareThisThe Honolulu City Council is looking at ways to close a projected 100 million dollar budget gap. User fees and property taxes are the sole sources of City revenue, so council members are turning a keen eye to expenditures. The Council is considering a proposal that would reduce the Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts to one position, cutting $303,536 from MOCA's $345,188 budget.
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"Diversity In Place" Film Festival

ShareThisHawai’i is recognized as the most diverse state in the nation, but the rest of the U.S., as well as urban centers worldwide, are following our lead. Urban and regional planners are looking at how attitudes and the built environment encourage or discourage this trend.
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Art at the Capitol 2011: Creativity Celebrated

ShareThisTonight, First Friday festivities abound in downtown Honolulu, with a special addition: legislators are welcoming the public to see the art we all own at the State Capitol. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports. Meet the artists, chat with your lawmakers, and view works of art showcased at the State Capitol today from 5-7pm.
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Na Makana Pau 'Ole: Gifts Without End

ShareThisRight now, across the state, 402 people’s lives hang in the balance, awaiting a stranger’s generosity. Three hundred seventy five of them are waiting for kidneys, though other organs as well as corneas, bone, tendons, and skin are highly sought-after nationwide.
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