Do It: Korean Cinema fest, Hawaii Literacy Block Party, and more
By Star-Advertiser Staff
Aug. 31, 2017
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COURTESY HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART
Korean and Korean-American culture take to the screen at Korean Cinema 2017, a three-week festival at the Honolulu Museum of Art.
COURTESY BISHOP MUSEUM
Celebrate Tahitian culture — and flex your muscles — at Heiva i Vaihi, a sports and entertainment showcase at Bishop Museum.
COURTESY AL DI MEOLA
Guitarist Al Di Meola brings his fleet fingers and diverse musical passions to Blue Note Hawaii next week, with eight shows scheduled over four evenings.
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Merchant Street between Nuuanu Avenue and Bethel Street will be closed for the annual Hawaii Literacy Block Party, which this year features entertainment by blues-rock band Maneki Nekos, food from Murphy’s and drawings for several prize packages