Director Jerry Tracy recently announced audition details for Aloha Theatres fall production of the comedy Beyond Therapy by Christopher Durang.
Flameworking, also known as lampworking or torchworking, is a type of glasswork whereby the artist uses a torch or lamp to melt the glass. Once in a molten state, the glass is melted and shaped with tools and hand movements, forming beads, figurines or other similar miniature artwork.
From June 24 through July 21, Hawaii Performing Arts Festival will present nearly 20 public performances at a number of notable island venues from Kona to Hilo, featuring both student and faculty artists.
Summer visitation at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has increased but the number of parking places at popular areas along Kilauea volcanos summit have not, leading to frustration and citations for illegal parking.
The Steam Vents parking lot in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park will be closed today from 8 a.m. to noon as park staff continue efforts to eradicate little fire ants (LFA) from the area. If the weather is unfavorable, Monday will be the alternate date.
West Texas rancher and painter Alice Leese, selected as Julys artist in residence at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, will unveil her evocative, colorful paintings, which were inspired by the parks volcanic landscapes, as part of the parks After Dark in the Park program at 7 p.m. today in the Kilauea Visitor Center Auditorium. The program is free, but park entrance fees apply.
Michiko Ryan, center, celebrated her 100th birthday June 23. She has been a member with Pomaikai Senior Club for more than 10 years. She participants in the ukulele entrainment group, which performs 12 shows a year at various care centers. Ryan also loves Mah Jong and Rummie Cube and is a wicked player.
Kamehameha Schools Hawaii High School recognizes its academic recipients for the second semester of the 2018-19 school year: