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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Friday, March 3, 2006

Everybody MAMo!

Advertiser Staff and News Services

Tonight's First Friday Gallery Walk marks the kickoff of the first Maoli Arts Month MAMo at venues throughout Chinatown. Organized by Vicky Holt Takamine, among others, the event showcases work by Hawaiian artists.

Highlights: "It's Na'au or Newa" show at The ARTS at Marks Garage; art, music and poi-pounding at The Art Board; master niu weaver Sam Kama in the Chinatown Courtyard; and the Hawai'i State Art Museum's Live From the Lawn "next wave" concert.

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Charmaine Crockett launches a one-hour magazine-style radio show "The W Hour" tomorrow at 4 p.m. on KWAI 1080 AM. She calls the program "audio oxygen for the Island soul," and on its debut, Nobel Prize winner Dr. Helen Caldicott will talk about nuclear threats with state Rep. Maile Shimabukuro and Beverly Keever, a University of Hawai'i journalism professor and author of "News Zero: The New York Times and the Bomb."

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"I didn't have a plan. I just knew (Philip Seymour Hoffman) was going to carry me through it. All I knew was that I had to clear his face so that the camera could get both of us."

Catherine Keener | the actress on her Oscar-nominated role as author Harper Lee in "Capote," in Time magazine