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                                Roger E. Mosley and Stephen Hill posed together at the Prince Waikiki hotel last week.
A tale of two T.C.s on ‘Magnum P.I.’

Watching Roger E. Mosley in character as Vietnam veteran helicopter pilot Theodore “T.C.” Calvin on “Magnum P.I.” was an unusual experience for young African Americans in the early 1980s. Read more

COURTESY TWAN MATTHEWS
On the scene with Twan Matthews

Hawaii has been Twan Matthews’ home since he was 13. He graduated from Radford High School and later studied theater at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Read more

COURTESY NBC
                                Joseph Soul sang Bob Marley’s “Is This Love” for his blind audition on “The Voice” last month.
On the scene with Joseph Soul of ‘The Voice’

Joseph Soul — birth name Joe-Sol Keoni Ha‘aheo Okalani Malaikini — was born and raised in Hana, Maui, and then was a member of the first graduating class of Kapolei High School on Oahu in 2004. Read more

COURTESY MOANALUA GARDENS FOUNDATION
                                Kumu hula Leimomi Ho leads Keali‘ika‘apunihonua Ke‘ena A‘o Hula.
Prince Lot Hula Festival goes virtual

An important modern tradition in Hawaiian culture is being honored in an imaginative new form Thursday as the Moanalua Gardens Foundation presents the 43rd annual Prince Lot Hula Festival as a two-hour television special. Read more

COURTESY KAILUA ONSTAGE ARTS (KOA)
Theater group stages drive-in plays in Kailua

While theaters remain closed in compliance with COVID-19 protocols, theater groups are moving to alternative platforms. Several island theater groups are now virtual — presenting live ­real-time performances entirely online. Read more

Georja Skinner is the chief officer of the state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism’s Creative Industries Division and the founder of its Creative Lab Hawaii program.
On the Scene with Georja Skinner

Twenty-six years later, Skinner, 68, is the chief officer of the state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism’s Creative Industries Division and the founder of its Creative Lab Hawaii program. Read more

Courtesy Jake Shimabukuro
On the Scene with Jake Shimabukuro

Jake Shimabukuro began playing the ukulele when he was 4. His first teacher was his mother. Several years later he took lessons at Roy Sakuma’s ukulele studio in Kaimuki. Read more


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