Articles tagged hawaii

Susanna Moore’s ‘Paradise of the Pacific’ Is a Vivid, Powerful History of Hawaii

Moore has no use for easy answers, but rather means to trace a lineage that, for better and for worse, has made contemporary Hawaii what it is.

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With His Latest Film, Cameron Crowe says ‘Aloha’ to His Past and to Success

This is like watching the parts of a movie wait for a reason to exist. We don't care if the players find passion or just sit around, eating poi.

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Acting Class, Ohana Style: Sherilyn Robertson Teaches More than the Basics

Hawaii Five-O, LOST, The Descendants, Fifty First Dates, and Forgetting Sarah Marshall are just a few movies filmed in Hawaii. Sherilyn Robertson of the Film Actor's Studio teaches ohana (family) to help actors cope in an increasingly competitive industry.

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‘Princess Ka’iulani’: The Peacock Princess Battles America’s First Regime Change

Victoria Ka'iulani, a budding feminist during a propitious era for women, led a decidedly more complex life than this film essays.

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‘Charlie Chan’: An New Take on the Honorable Detective

Wily trickster or Chinese Uncle Tom? Chinese-American scholar Yunte Huang offers his interpretation on the legacy of Charlie Chan.

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20 Sep 2004 // 1:00 AM


Bank robbers gloated that by the time HMPD arrived, they'd be '...halfway to Maui,' as if there are no cops on the Valley Isle.

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//Mixed media

Con Brio: The Best New Live Band in America?

// Notes from the Road

"There’s a preciousness to McCarter and the rest of the mostly young band. You want to freeze the moment, to make sure they are taking it all in too. Because it’s going to change.

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