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Celebrate Native Hawaiian Artisans at the Wearable Art Show

Celebrate Native Hawaiian Artisans at the Wearable Art Show

Information provided by Kirra Downing:

 

March 26, 2013—Honolulu, HI—Tickets for the 2013 Wearable Art Show are now available for sale.  Eight native Hawaiian designers—Hina, Kini Zamora, Maile Andrade, Manuheali`i, Marques Marzan, Lauwa`e, Puamana Crabbe, and Wahine Toa—will debut their original designs and creations on Wednesday, May 22 at the Hawai`i Theatre. 

Enjoy an evening of art, fashion and entertainment as artists and cultural practitioners showcase both traditional and contemporary garments and jewelry.  The show starts at 7:00 pm with doors opening at 5:30 p.m. Guests are encouraged to come early for the silent auction and stay late for a trunk show at The Venue following the Wearable Art Show.  For tickets, call the Hawai`i Theatre Box Office at (808) 528-0506 or go online to www.hawaiitheatre.com.

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Teens Wanted for Hawaii Meth Project’s Advisory Council

Teens Wanted for Hawaii Meth Project’s Advisory Council

Council Members will Lead Outreach Programs to Raise Awareness About the Dangers of Methamphetamine

Bishop Street commercial adds Serena Longo Esq. to staff

Bishop Street commercial adds Serena Longo Esq. to staff

Bishop Street Commercial (BSC) announced the addition of Serena Longo Esq. as director of the Offices Service Group. She will be responsible for developing new business representing both tenants and landlords, and represent BSC’s new leasing assignment, Waikiki Trade Center, as well as a multitude of other tenant-clients.

Previously, Longo was the managing attorney for Crowell Law Offices in San Francisco where she handled litigation and transactional law for nearly 10 years. She brings an informed legal perspective to landlord-tenant matters, new client screening, lease preparation, turnovers, unlawful detainers, evictions and other aspects of the law where it intersects with commercial real estate

Longo earned her Juris Doctor degree from University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law and her B.A. degree in psychology from University of California, Davis. She remains a member of the California State Bar Association and is a licensed real estate agent in Hawaii.

Museums inject art, culture, history into Memorial Day weekend, May 25 & 26

Museums inject art, culture, history into Memorial Day weekend, May 25 & 26

Information provided by the Honolulu Museum of Art:

 

WHAT: Two Museums and a Royal Palace Weekend
WHEN: Saturday, May 25, noon-7 p.m.; Sunday, May 26, noon-5 p.m.
WHERE: Bishop Museum, Honolulu Museum of Art, ‘Iolani Palace
TICKETS: $19.95; $10 kama‘aina; age 17 and under free
INFO: 532-8701, www.honolulumuseum.org (publishable)
High-res images available on request.

HONOLULU, HAWAI‘I—The collaborative initiative by Bishop Museum, the Honolulu Museum of Art, and ‘Iolani Palace returns with Two Museums and a Royal Palace Weekend May 25 and 26.

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Honolulu Homeloans announces top producers for February

Honolulu Homeloans announces top producers for February

Honolulu HomeLoans (HHL), Hawaii’s leading mortgage banker, today announced the following retail loan officers were recognized as the top producers for February 2013. February’s Top Producer, Alan Fentriss, is a resident of Kahala.

TOP PRODUCERS

1) Alan Fentriss                    $3,371,961                       

2) Tim O’Leary                      $2,566,912

3) Crystal Acohido               $2,376,500

4) Leonard Loventhal          $2,342,450

5) Karla Redding                  $2,312,432

 

Hawaii Meth Project and Kauai High School Partner to Offer Free “Spray Away Meth” Art Workshops

Hawaii Meth Project and Kauai High School Partner to Offer Free  “Spray Away Meth” Art Workshops

Middle and High School Students Invited to Learn from Aerosol Artist East3 to Create Anti-Meth Murals, March 21-22, 2013

Students took Meth prevention into their own hands today by participating in free “Spray Away Meth” art workshops sponsored by the Hawaii Meth Project and Kauai High School.  The workshops were available to all middle and high school students on Kauai and featured world-renowned aerosol artist East3, who demonstrated his craft and provided the students with instruction on drawing techniques, basic design, and contemporary urban art.  During the workshop students created their own murals centered on anti-Meth themes and messages.  The murals will be displayed at schools around Kauai as an island-wide effort to raise awareness about the dangers of Meth.

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Unveils Newly Renovated Mauka Tower at Moanalua Medical Center Blessing

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Unveils Newly Renovated Mauka Tower at Moanalua Medical Center Blessing

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii today unveiled the six-story Mauka Tower at its Moanalua Medical Center after an extensive renovation which increased the number of patient rooms while creating a healing environment and making the hospital more conducive to accommodating families and visitors. From the left: Kaiser Permanente members Don Hoy and Claire Loo-Hoy; Dr. Keith Ogasawara, Associate Medical Director Professional Chief of Staff; Linda Puu, Chief Nursing Officer; Kimberly O'Quinn, Kathy Menor, Dr. Lois Chiu Kaiser Permanente staff; Dr. Mark Santi, Physician Leader for the Mauka Tower renovation and Associate Medical Director of Surgical Specialties; Peter Makowski, Hospital Administrator; and Janet Liang, President of Kaiser Permanente Hawaii.