Show and Tell Hawai'i

When Davell met Willie: A collaborative home run

September 14th, 2016

                                                                  When New Orleans and New York favorite Davell Crawford teamed up with Hawaii native Willie K Monday night (Sept. 12) at theREAD MORE


Shari Lynn’s Sunset Jazz: A triumph on all levels

September 14th, 2016

    Shari Lynn, center, at Sunset Jazz, renders tribute to Jimmy Borges, flanked by Rocky Brown, left, and Kip Wilborn.   Shari Lynn’s “Sunset Jazz,” staged at dusk Sunday night (Sept. 11) at the grand lawn at La Pietra on the slopes of Diamond Head, embraced all the elements in the singer-actor-educator’s expansive performingREAD MORE


Free Hawaiian mini-pageant at International Market Place attracting throngs

September 12th, 2016

  Looks like seating is not the issue at the International Market Place, where a nightly half-hour Hawaiian show, produced and performed by the folks at Tihati Productions. Locals and visitors alike have been swarming the Queen’s Court stage, to watch and applaud the historical mini-pageant relating to the shopping/dining site, which once was theREAD MORE


DeLima goes presidential with 'Wouldn't It Be Loverly" take-off

September 9th, 2016

      Not surprisingly, comedian Frank DeLima has gone presidential in his latest musical parody, “Wouldn’t That Be Hillary?” DeLima will likely debut it in person, when he headlines his “Grandparents Day” luncheon show this Sunday (Sept. 11) at the Pagoda Restaurant. The timely and political take-off is sung to “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly,”READ MORE


Regaling and remembering the new and old Marketplace

August 30th, 2016

  The newly opened and reimagined International Market Place, in the heart of Waikiki, surely will be equally ballyhooed and booed. It’s grand, it’s gorgeous, it’s about time. Yet its relevance and reception will be determined as folks discover what it offers in the weeks and months ahead. On the plus side, it boasts 75READ MORE


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