Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

“HI Fashion: The Legacy of Alfred Shaheen” at the Bishop Museum

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Before Alfred Shaheen, there were mom and pop clothing makers in Hawai’i, but he spearheaded the industry.  Shaheen became a global brand designed, printed and produced right here---remember, Elvis wore a Shaheen on the  "Blue Hawai'i" cover.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers an inside tour of “HI Fashion: The Legacy of Alfred Shaheen” at the Bishop Museum.

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Courage and Strength: Portraits of Those Who Have Served at the Honolulu Museum, Part III

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“Courage and Strength”, an exhibit at the Honolulu Museum, features portraits of America’s armed forces who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan.   Asleep, or full face to the camera, these images hint at experiences civilians do not share. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers the last in a mini-series featuring the reflections of Hawai’i-based soldiers. 

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"Courage and Strength: Portraits of Those Who Have Served" at the Honolulu Museum, Part II

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“Courage and Strength”, an exhibit at the Honolulu Museum, features portraits of military members who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan.   The show is an opportunity to understand more about experiences veterans are bringing home with them.   HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers the second in a mini-series featuring the reflections of Hawai’i-based soldiers. 

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Courage and Strength: Portraits of Those Who Have Served at the Honolulu Museum

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Five internationally acclaimed artists are showing intimate, personal portraits of American men and women who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan.   HPR’s Noe Tanigawa visited the Honolulu Museum of Art with three service members who agreed to help the larger community understand what might be going on behind the eyes of those who have served.

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Hawai’i People's Fund: By the People, For the People

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The Hawai’i People's Fund was established in 1972 to provide grants for progressive grassroots social change.   In 40 years, a loose band of individuals has raised and distributed 1.5 million dollars or more across the state. 

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