Carmen U‘ilani Haugen has always had a beautiful voice whether she was singing lead or harmonizing.
With Ohta-san and Ohta Jr., the purity of the ‘ukulele wins out.
“Experience the Beatles with RAIN” becomes ever more convincing as the show progresses
Reviews of new albums by Herb Ohta, Jr. with Tony Conjugacion and Jon Yamasato.
Heading to Ryan’s Grill for happy hour is like catching up with an old friend.
The Dukes of Surf evoke memories of ’60s surf rock with their new album.
It’s an encouraging and inspiring sight to hear Nas still youthful, fiery and relevant as ever.
MVT’s “Bloody Murder” is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.
It was a night of danger at The Republik, and not just because of the crowd surfers.
A quartet of talented local chefs teamed up last week to launch Oahu’s latest pop-up dining experience.
Hawaii Opera Theatre’s production begins slowly, but the pace picks up when soprano Jill Garner sweeps in.
“Graceland” may devastate or puzzle you, but it is unlikely to leave you unmoved.
“The Belle’s Stratagem” is simply a delightful costume comedy of early feminism.
“Storm Surfers 3D” provides a human element to big-wave adventures of pro surfers Tom Carroll and Ross Clarke-Jones.
Troy Fernandez reminds listeners of his musical abilities on “Strumming My Ukulele.”
Three world-class specialty acts and Hawaii’s own Vili “Vili the Warrior” Fehoko are the attractions in “Aloha Live.”
If you love action, suspense and futuristic gadgets, then you’ll really enjoy Tom Cruise’s new project.
James Taylor performed for nearly two hours at Blaisdell Arena on Saturday, April 13, nearly 42 years after his first Hawaii concert.
Led by frontwoman Emily Haines, Metric made its Hawaii debut a day after playing at Coachella.
Written by Kishida Rio, “Thread Hell” is a tale of death, revenge and the exploitation/manipulation of women by men.
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