Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

Kaua'i Stories: Life on the Garden Island Told by Kaua'i's People

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The lives of everyday folks on the Garden Island come shining through in a new collection called Kaua’i Stories.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers this visit with the book’s editor, Pamela Varma Brown.

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The Spy Lover: Kiana Davenport's Latest Novel

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Award winning writer, Kiana Davenport’s readers have come to expect expansive dramas that encompass history and varied locales---her latest book does just that, centered around the American Civil War.  

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Don Tiki’s Hot Lava Holiday Show---Takes L.A.!

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Local exotica band, Don Tiki, will be taking their Hot Lava Holiday show to Seattle and the Disney Concert Hall in L.A. next week.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports they’ll preview the whole extravaganza this Saturday night at the Doris Duke.

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Go Local at the Honolulu Night Market: 808 Urban

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The Honolulu Night Market throws its doors open again this Saturday night in Kaka’ako.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports food, fashion, gifts, and entertainment are all part of the festivities.

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Chris McKinney’s Latest: Boi No Good

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Tattoo, Chris McKinney’s first book 13 years ago, caused quite a stir.  It was a brash, unvarnished view of urban Honolulu.  His latest novel, “Boi No Good”, traces the lives of three siblings through radically different upbringings and their eventual reunion.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports.

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