ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
Strange as ever in 'Strangers'
Advertiser Staff and News Services
Been missing Jerri Blank — the fortysomething ex-con, ex-junkie psycho woman-child returning to high school to clean up her act, played so expertly by Amy Sedaris in the cult Comedy Central series "Strangers With Candy"?
Miss her or not, she's baaaack! A new big screen take on "Strangers" continues its run at the Doris Duke Theatre today at 1 and 7:30 p.m. The premise is the same. Sedaris still makes Jerri as icky as ever. The fan club should have a field day.
— Derek Paiva
WANNA BREAK INTO TV WRITING?
Think you have the next "Lost" in you? University of Hawai'i Outreach College/Pacific New Media offers "Writing for Television," an intensive workshop with seasoned television pro Maria Jacquemetton, who has penned scripts for "Enterprise," "Baywatch," "Relic Hunter" and "Highlander."
Jacquemetton shares her small-screen knowledge Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon in Krauss Hall's Yukiyoshi Room on the Manoa campus. Fee: $50. For details, see http://outreach.hawaii.edu/pnm. To register, call 956-8400.
— Paula Rath
"I wore a gold bikini a lot, and I found that when I put it on, I played guitar better. Yeah. The power of the bikini."
Peaches | the shock rocker, in Nylon magazine