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COURTESY FOX
                                Keiko Agena, left, played medical examiner Dr. Edrisa Tanaka in the recently canceled “Prodigal Son,” which co-starred Tom Payne.
Making progress toward Asian representation on screen

In 1998, when Keiko Agena had just a few small credits on her resume, she was cast in the film “Hundred Percent,” which assembled an array of successful Asian actors — Dustin Nguyen (“21 Jump Street”), Garrett Wang (“Star Trek: Voyager”) and Tamlyn Tomita (“The Karate Kid Part 2” and “The Joy Luck Club”). Read more

ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                Arizona’s Josh Rojas scores a run on a ball hit by Ketel Marte and a fielding error by San Francisco Giants’ LaMonte Wade on June 16.
Hawaii Baseball Report – June 27, 2021

Statistics of players with Hawaii ties in professional baseball through Friday’s games. Players who are on the injured or suspended list and whose stats have not changed since last week are not listed. Read more

ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                Texas Rangers shortstop Isiah Kiner-Falefa makes a play during the seventh inning of a baseball game against the Minnesota Twins in Arlington, Texas, on Friday.
Hawaii Baseball Report – June 20, 2021

Statistics of players with Hawaii ties in professional baseball through Friday’s games. Players who are on the injured or suspended list and whose stats have not changed since last week are not listed. Read more

ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                The Los Angeles Angels’ Kean Wong heads to first against the Oakland Athletics during a game on May 29.
Hawaii baseball report — June 13, 2021

Statistics of players with Hawaii ties in professional baseball through Friday’s games. Players who are on the injured or suspended list and whose stats have not changed since last week are not listed.: Read more

COURTESY RICK SPRINGFIELD
For Rick Springfield, music is no act

Rick Springfield returns to Honolulu this weekend less than two years after he last performed here. As far as he’s concerned, that’s too long to wait and the trip from his Los Angeles home is too far to travel. Read more

COURTESY DENNIS LEUPOLD
                                Brian Littrell, left, AJ McLean, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson and Howie Dorough make their Hawaii debut at the Blaisdell Arena.
Backstreet Boys bind and thrive with the times

Staying together 26 years has helped the Backstreet Boys become the biggest-selling boy band in history, with 40 million albums sold in the U.S. and more than 100 million worldwide. Read more


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