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Uluwehi Guerrero’s “E Mau ana ka Ha‘aheo” shares his aloha

Uluwehi Guerrero’s “E Mau ana ka Ha‘aheo” shares his aloha



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Do It

Do It: ‘All’s Well,’ ‘Newsies,’ Agent Orange, E-Magine Fun

Top picks for events scheduled this weekend and during the week ahead, courtesy TGIF. Read More

Out 'N' About

Out ‘N’ About Calendar

Highlights of general interest events in Honolulu this weekend and beyond, courtesy TGIF. Read More

Fun With Food

Musician Taimane and restaurant Fete partner for holiday party

Ukulele-playing musician Taimane and popular Chinatown eatery Fete have cooked up an event for Saturday, with “Taimane’s Holiday Fete.” Read More

Pau Hana Patrol

The Brilliant Ox offers intriguing happy hour at Ala Moana

You’re in for something different and interesting at The Brilliant Ox. Read More

Movies Calendar

Arthouse calendar

Capsule summaries of limited-release films showing at local venues. Read More

To Do

To Do: Anderson .Paaak, Marlon Wayans, Iliza Shlesinger, Halsey

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

Island Mele

Uluwehi Guerrero’s “E Mau ana ka Ha‘aheo” shares his aloha

Kumu hula Uluwehi Guerrero isn’t a man who rushes to release new albums. Quite the opposite. Read More

Music Calendar

Music and Nightlife Calendar

Highlights of music- and nightlife-related events in Honolulu over the next week, courtesy TGIF. Read More

Stage Calendar

Stage Calendar

An updated listing of stage-related events and productions taking place in Honolulu, courtesy TGIF. Read More

TGIF Photo Galleries

Ukulele Festival Hawaii at Kapiolani Park

The 48th-annual Ukulele Festival Hawaii at Kapiolani Park on July 15 showed the worldwide appeal of the instrument, with Sunset Strummers from California, the Northern Virginia Ukulele Society, LeaLea Ukulele Garden from Japan and the New Zealand Ukulele Senior Squad performing at the event. Hawaii’s own Ohta-San and Nando Suan, Raiatea Helm and Jake Shimabukuro contributed their talents as well. Read More