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Hawai‘i Academy of Recording Arts honors 5 with Lifetime Achievement Awards

The Hawai‘i Academy of Recording Arts presents its highest honor this weekend, when five members of the Hawaii music industry receive the HARA Lifetime Achievement Awards. Read More

To Do: Mandy Patinkin, New Order, Kevin Hart, The Eagles

Highlights of events taking place in Honolulu over the weeks and months ahead, courtesy TGIF. Read More

In ‘Lizzie,’ an oppressed daughter driven to murder

The film is a distinctly feminist take on the notorious Lizzie Borden, history’s most famous, if unproven, mom-and-pop slayer. Read More

Do It: Foster Botanical Garden, Brother Noland, John Cruz

Highlights of the top events scheduled this weekend and next week in Honolulu, courtesy TGIF. Read More

Island Mele: Elijah Sky makes strong solo debut

Elijah Sky, 27, a member of the celebrated musical Farden ohana, is stepping out as a solo artist in Hawaii after several years working with a reggae group in California. Read More

Loretta Ables Sayre puts stamp on ‘Dolly!’

Loretta Ables Sayre has altered the Dolly Gallagher Levi playbook to suit her lower vocal register and plus-size profile, enabling her to put a personal spin on the titular figure of “Hello, Dolly!” Read More

Stage Calendar

A list of stage-related events in Honolulu this week, courtesy TGIF. Read More

Music and Nightlife Calendar

Live music, DJs, nightclub acts and comedy. Free admission unless noted. Read More

Out ‘n’ About Calendar

More ideas for the week ahead, courtesy TGIF. Read More

Cutesy storytelling device plagues ‘Life Itself’

It’s difficult to discuss what “Life Itself” is exactly about, because the film, written and directed by “This Is Us” creator Dan Fogelman, is such a twisty, tangled narrative that to describe any aspect of it is to risk spoilers. Read More

Michael Moore indicts both parties in ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’

As a filmmaker, Michael Moore needs to save himself from his worst indulgences, which undercut his good work. His new film,“Fahrenheit 11/9,” showcases both the best and the worst of his filmmaking instincts. Read More

Island Mele: Herb Ohta Jr. shows mastery; Storm returns

There’s an unmentioned note of irony in the title of the new album “Ukulele Hula” as ukulele master Herb Ohta Jr., explores several generations of songs popular with halau hula. Read More

‘The House with a Clock in Its Walls’ needs demolition

The 10-year-old hero at the center of the film “The House With a Clock in Its Walls” likes to look up words in the dictionary, like “foreboding” and “indomitable.” Read More

Virtuoso organist Cameron Carpenter has intense relationship with instrument

Organist Cameron Carpenter has acquired a reputation as not only a prodigious virtuoso, but also as a rebel, a pioneer, an iconoclast, a genius, a punk-rocking showboat — and perhaps even a bit of a mad scientist. Read More

Loretta Ables Sayre returns to Diamond Head Theatre stage

Loretta Ables Sayre is back on stage at Diamond Head Theatre this month and next in the theater company’s season-opening production of “Hello, Dolly!” Read More

Stormy’s Gastropub offers delicious food, relaxing atmosphere

Stormy’s Gastropub provides a relaxing hangout for both locals and visitors. The atmosphere is casual, with a friendly, laid-back North Shore vibe. Read More

To Do: New Order, Marie Osmond, Kevin Heart, The Eagles

Highlights of upcoming events in Honolulu over the weeks and months ahead, courtesy TGIF. Read More

To Do: Def Leppard, Creed Bratton, New Order, Tig Notaro

Highlights of events scheduled in Honolulu over the weeks and months ahead, courtesy TGIF. Read More

Writer’s flawed marriage exposed in ‘The Wife’

Made by adults for adults, “The Wife” is an intimate drama that offers an inside look at a marriage and the dark bargains couples sometimes have to make with each other. Read More

Mismatched moms take on twists and turns in ‘Simple Favor’

“A Simple Favor” wouldn’t work without the one-two punch of Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively, stepping into roles that play on their personas, while allowing them to color outside the lines. Read More

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