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DENISE DE GUZMAN
DENISE DE GUZMAN

    

 

 2005 may have been the height of Hawai‘i’s ice “epidemic.”  That year, Hawai‘i police arrested  719 people on meth charges.  Though we haven’t heard a whole lot about it since, crystal methamphetamine hasn’t gone away, and some fear it has just become part of our social fabric.   HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on a new production at Kumu Kahua that makes you wonder how prevalent this drug still is.

courtesy photo, army.mil
courtesy photo, army.mil

  Irish storyteller, Niall de Burca, travels the world igniting imaginations.  After successful shows on Hawai‘i Island, he is heading to Maui for school shows and to public libraries around O‘ahu.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers a glimpse at his work.

Niall de Burca will be continuing to tour public libraries around O'ahu, and will conclude his visit to the Islands with a public performance at UH Manoa's Orvis Auditorium Saturday, November 14th, 7:30pm.

Tuesday:  

Kapolei Public Library at 10:30 AM

Kahuku Public Library at 6 PM

Andrea Torres

The 3rd annual O’ahu Fringe Festival of the Performing Arts is ready to roll Thursday night through Saturday in Honolulu’s Chinatown. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports that cabaret, spoken word, dance, theatre, puppetry and music are all part of the festivities.