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                                Roy and Kathy Sakuma
On the Scene with Roy Sakuma

Roy Sakuma discovered his days as a Roosevelt High School student were over when the principal told him, “One of us has to go, and it’s not me.” Read more

COURTESY TERRI MADDEN
                                Terri Madden is back “onstage” today through June 28 portraying community service volunteer and women’s suffrage advocate Ethel Smith Baldwin (1879-1967) in Cemetery Pupu Theatre’s’ virtual production of “Woman’s Triumph: Celebrating 100 years of the 19th Amendment.”
On the Scene with Terri Madden

Although Terri Madden and her husband built successful full-time careers in real estate, she’s enjoyed a parallel career in theater as an actor, director, playwright and stagehand. Read more

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                                Nito Larioza was the stunt coordinator and dance choreographer for “Breakarate” (2017), which premiered May 22 on Amazon Prime.
On the Scene with Nito Larioza

Nito Larioza was the stunt coordinator and dance choreographer for “Breakarate” (2017), which premiered May 22 on Amazon Prime. Read more

COURTESY KOA GALLERY A view of the installation “re-” (2020) of Koa Gallery at Kapiʻolani Community College by Eduardo “Eddie” Joaquin.
On the Scene with Eduardo Joaquin

Eduardo “Eddie” Joaquin’s model gallery is still currently on the floor in one of the rooms of the life-size gallery, which remains closed. Read more

COURTESY SHARVIS ORTEGA
                                Kapena De Lima reveals an entirely different side of his repertoire with his second solo album, “Island Beyond the Stars,” a collection of original songs written and sung in the style of the hapa haole music of the 1930s.
On the Scene with Hawaii musician Kapena De Lima

Kapena De Lima reveals an entirely different side of his repertoire with his second solo album, “Island Beyond the Stars,” a collection of original songs written and sung in the style of the hapa haole music of the 1930s. Read more

COURTESY KAINOA MEACHAM
                                Gail-Anne Paulo
On the Scene with Gail-Anne Paulo

Born and raised in Hawaii, the youngest child of pianist Rene Paulo and his wife, vocalist Akemi Paulo, Gail-Anne Paulo was 8 when she joined her older brothers and sisters on stage at her parents’ nightclub, Opus One. Read more

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