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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Tuesday, April 11, 2006

ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
Kung Fu cinema

Advertiser Staff and News Services

A week and change of Shaw Brothers Studios classic martial-arts films at Doris Duke Theatre continues tonight with "My Young Auntie" at 7:30.

A dispute about family property goes to extremes when a young widow (who's also a smokin' martial-arts master) wants to hand over the deed to its rightful heirs.

Kung-fu mayhem and high comedy ensue; Gordon Liu shows up. Call 532-8768.

Derek Paiva



WATER WORK WITH RED CROSS

The American Red Cross, Hawai'i chapter, is looking for teens to help with Summer Buddies, a 10-week water-safety aide program for teens 13 to 17.

Every Saturday morning, Summer Buddies help certified water-safety instructors teach keiki how to swim. Summer Buddies also learn First Aid and CPR and get to surf, do beach cleanups and take reef walks.

The program starts at 8:15 a.m. June 3 at Ala Moana Beach Park. Cost is $35. Call 739-8123 or 739-8132 or visit www.hawaiiredcross.org.

Catherine E. Toth



FINAL WORD

"I'm a Judd, not a judge. I tell (contestants) that they're loved."

Naomi Judd | co-host of "Nashville Star," in TV Guide