Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

The Spring Equinox Sunrise on Mauna Kea

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The top of Mauna Kea on Hawai’I island beckons to astronomers, adventurers, and seekers of many kinds.

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Mauna A Wakea: Understanding Hawai’i’s Sacred Mountain

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Mauna Kea remains one of Hawaii's treasures. It's a center of both science and spirituality. HPR's Noe Tanigawa recently made a special trip to Mauna Kea...beginning at the home of a family in Waimea with unique ties to the sacred mountain.

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The Hawai’i Symphony Presents Chee Yun With Mendelssohn’s Beloved Violin Concerto

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New audiences for symphonic music will enjoy the exciting Hawai’i Symphony orchestra concerts this weekend.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa spoke with the star of the program, Chee Yun, one of Korea’s most brilliant international musicians.

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Hawai’i’s Finest Wood Workers Feature Hawai’i’s Glorious Forest Products

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Hawai'i's finest wood workers and our wealth of locally produced wood come together in the Hawai’i Forest Industry Association’s 2012 Woodshow.  On a recent visit to Hawai’i island, HPR’s Noe Tanigawa found an effort is underway to preserve Hawai’i’s most famous native tree, Koa, for future generations.

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The Second Annual Paliku Arts Festival at Windward Community College

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The Paliku Arts Festival attracted four times the expected number of visitors when it kicked off last year.  Many families stayed the entire day, drawn in by the welcoming atmosphere and hands-on activities. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on what will be in store this Saturday.

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