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                                Y’lan Noel, left, and Chanté Adams portray a couple living in 1980s New Orleans in “The Photograph.”

Review: ‘The Photograph’ develops nicely into a fine film

Review: ‘The Photograph’ develops nicely into a fine film

PHOTO BY AARON YOSHINO / SPECIAL TO THE HONOLULU STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Headlining DJ Mark Farina onstage at the Mushroom Music Festival at Pipeline Cafe.
Do It!: E Komo Mai Festival, Pianist Rachel Cheung, Ukulele Picnic

Take an extended weekend to party with the E Komo Mai Festival, a four-day festival that is bringing an international roster of DJs to Honolulu. Read more

COURTESY PHOTO With his latest album, Jake Shimabukuro is submerging his virtuosity as a solist into what is truly a group project. Shimabukuro and his ukulele have their moments in the spotlight. Nolan Verner (bass/piano/percussion) and Dave Preston (guitars/lap steel/percussion) each have their moments as well.
Island Mele: Jake Shimabukuro forms a trio in new album

With his latest album, Jake Shimabukuro is submerging his virtuosity as a solist into what is truly a group project; Hawaiian group Ei Nei’s debut album “Hui!” celebrates island traditions. Read more

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                                Eating House at the International Marketplace in Waikiki. Bartender Teves Freitas makes a happy hour craft cocktail, the Sakura.
Pau Hana Patrol: Waikiki’s Eating House 1849 profits from local roots, savory food and sense of place

It’s pretty easy to drop in and avail yourself of Roy’s good food, emphasizing island ingredients and traditions. Read more

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                                Actress-comedian Carol Burnett.
To Do!: Get tickets now for events coming up

It’s called the Super American Circus, but it’s got acts from all over the world. See daredevil acrobats, clowns, jugglers, talented performers and more. Read more

OUT AND ABOUT PHOTO GALLERIES

Maryknoll School Paina 2020

The 44th Annual Maryknoll School Paina, a benefit for the school’s Parent Teacher Alliance on Feb. 17, featured live music by Kapena, Na Pua O Malia, Honolulu Blend and various school groups, including a jazz combo and two school choirs. See gallery

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