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Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa
ShareThisHere are those links to some street art on O'ahu. Some of them are last year or earlier but they're great anyway. There's a youtube video of Prime working, too.
ShareThisJohn Hina has graffiti workshops going strong with kids at Palama Settlement. Enjoy the story of how it works to benefit the community.
ShareThisRecession, depression, unemployment, this summer was still a big party for a lot of people in Honolulu. Mostly the lucky 20 and 30 somethings who've enjoyed new clubs, new drinks, and cute locally designed and made clothes. This vignette features most of Chinatown's hot spots except the Dragon Upstairs, which was closed that night, plus the hardy Jazz Minds on Kapi'olani.
ShareThis‘Ohina means "the gathering" and the ‘Ohina Short Film Showcase next week brings together some of Hawai’I’s finest shorter length films. Noe Tanigawa met some of the talented filmmakers at a party in their honor.
ShareThisHawai`i has big bookstores and a few independent sellers too, and the world is going digital anyway, so why would a group of young movers, committed to the creative capital of this state, bother to open a bookstore for only 11 days? HPR's Noe Tanigawa reports.