Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

Lana'i Joins in Aloha Festivals Celebrations

ShareThisThis weekend, Lana’i will hold its Aloha Festivals celebrations, mixing its unique plantation history with the Hawaiian host culture.
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Kaka'ako is Coming Together!

ShareThisThe Hawai’i Community Development Authority has a new plan for the future in place for Kaka’ako. Last week, rules were adopted that will combine high rises and mixed use development with residences and community amenities. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa continues a focus on this up and coming neighborhood. Loft in Space, a new gallery and performance space, has opened behind Fresh Café on Queen Street.
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Creative Foundations from Pacific New Media

ShareThis UH Manoa’s Pacific New Media program is known for cutting edge workshops in contemporary media: web design, digital imaging, video, even internet law. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers this look at an upcoming series that focuses on the human behind the mouse. “Creative Foundations”, a workshop series focusing on creativity and yoga, begins this Sunday at UH Manoa.
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Ohana All the Way: The Waiahole Poi Factory Art Gallery

ShareThis Everyday life for the Hoe family is closely intertwined with their community in Waiahole Valley, windward O’ahu. Fresh from the Peace Corps in 1970, Calvin and Charlene Hoe bought the Waiahole Poi Factory and headed back to the land. Now they’re relaunching another plan from those idealistic early days.
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Phantom of the Opera Returns!

ShareThis Broadway’s longest running musical, probably the most successful theatrical production in history, is opening tonight at the Paliku Theatre. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa stopped by a rehearsal to give you a taste of “Phantom of the Opera”, Hawai’i style. “Phantom of the Opera” has been extended through October 23rd at the Paliku Theatre on the campus of Windward Community College.
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