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Uluwehi Guerrero signed autographs after a performance at Borders-Waikele earlier this month.

Jeff Widener • The Honolulu Advertiser

Musician listens to his 'Heart' and finds harmony
A year ago Uluwehi Guerrero was known primarily as a kumu hula and backup singer for his friend Keali'i Reichel. He put it all on hold to produce his second CD, "In My Heart."

Program warns teens of dating abuse
The Domestic Violence Clearinghouse and Legal Hotline is poised to launch a comprehensive teen program that provides outreach and advocacy to young people about dating violence.
Warning signs
Some advice on helping an abused friend
Who to call

Symphony shifts concerts to Saturdays
To increase attendance, the Honolulu Symphony plans to experiment with four Saturday night shows at Blaisdell Concert Hall in the 2001-2002 season starting this fall.
Orchestra ratifies no-raise contract
Honolulu Symphony 2001-2002 MasterWorks schedule
TGI Monday Calendar
Tube Notes
Wayne Harada
• Show Biz
Kapalua spa has a celebrity-studded week
The place to be for celebrity sightings last week was the Fitness Center and Spa at the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua. Sweating it out: Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray, Joe Torre of the New York Yankees, actor Clint Eastwood, and golfers Tiger Woods, David Duval, Jesper Parnevik and several more.

• Island Sounds
Kahumoku CD has romantic mood
George Kahumoku Jr. has become a mover and shaker in Hawaiian music, from traditional to contemporary, from religious to romantic, from instrumental to vocals.

Audio sample of "Moloka'i Slide" by George Kahumoku Jr. in mp3 or RealAudio format. RealAudio requires a plug-in.

Joan Namkoong
• Market Basket
Consult your local scout: It's cookie time
The Girl Scouts' annual cookie sale will continue through Feb. 4. New this year is an Aloha Chips with Macadamia Nuts cookie that features white fudge chips and Hawai'i-grown macadamia nuts.
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