Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

The Aiea Repertory Company Celebrates the Season!

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Since 2003, Desiree Cremer has been planting seeds at Aiea High School.  She started the state’s only ballet and modern dance program to satisfy fine arts requirements---and students have been reaping the benefits since.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports.

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Makkuro Makkuro: Expect the Unexpected

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Makkuro Makkuro is a quirky pop up shop that features local artisans and designers plus interesting second hand goods.   HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports it will be making its next appearance this weekend in the Kaka’ako neighborhood. 

 

The shop will be open:

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Hello Makana! Curated Care Packages

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Hawai’i now has a critical mass of high quality value added products, with more budding entrepreneurs jumping into business everyday.   HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on a service that curates monthly care packages and will mail them for you too. 

Check out prices and subscription info at: https://www.hellomakana.com/

 

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Kaua’i’s “Festival of Lights” Reignites

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Kaua’i’s Festival of Lights opens this Friday at the County Building in Lihu’e.  The grounds and royal palms will also be lit, and HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports the annual “Lights on Rice” parade will help kick off holiday festivities.

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Taimane: ‘Ukulele Dancer

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At age 23, ‘ukulele player, Taimane, already has some serious show business credits to her name---she was a regular in Don Ho’s Hilton show, and has been travelling internationally with her instrument.  In this final installment of HPR’s ‘ukulele mini-series, HPR’s Noe Tanigawa talked with Taimane about her new CD.

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