Sing It competition and George Kahumoku

May 23rd, 2017

A talk with Shelley Hendricks about the Sing It Maui competition at the Lahaina Cannery Mall..DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BE MAUI’S NEXT SINGING STAR?  WANT TO SHOWCASE YOUR TALENT AND WIN $1,000?  IF YOU LOVE TO SING AND ARE BETWEEN THE AGES OF 10 AND 18, DON’T MISS LAHAINA CANNERY MALL’S FIRST EVER SING IT! YOUTH SINGING COMPETITION.  THIS FREE FAMILY EVENT TAKES PLACE ON SATURDAY, JUNE 24TH FROM 2:30 TO 5:30 AT LAHAINA CANNERY MALL.  WINNERS RECEIVE CASH PRIZES - $1,000 FOR FIRST PLACE, $500 FOR SECOND, AND $300 FOR THIRD.  PLUS, THE WINNER OF THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD WILL GET THEIR SONG PROFESSIONALLY RECORDED BY A #1 BILLBOARD RECORDING ARTIST AND PRODUCER.  SO BE SURE TO BRING YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY TO CHEER YOU ON.  TO REGISTER, JUST SEND AN EMAIL to singitmaui@gmail dot com.  INCLUDE YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION AND TELL US why you love to sing.  AGAIN THAT’S SINGITMAUI@GMAIL DOT COM.  WI. VISIT LAHAINA CANNERY MALL DOT COM FOR MORE DETAILS AND REGISTER TODAY!

 Also tallked With George Kahumoku about his recent trip and win at Na Hoku Kanohano Awards.

 

 

 

 

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Sue Guille talks about South Africa and Egypt trip.

May 22nd, 2017

Sue Guille talks about her trip to South Africa and Egypt with Kathy Takushi from Captivating Journeys. Andrea and Gary Smith call in to share in stories about their Fantastic trip to Egypt which Sue went on.

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Robert Pollack and Tom Vendetti Talk

May 17th, 2017

Coming to the MACC Castle Theater, Saturday May 20 – Witness the world premiere of Emmy award-winning filmmaker, Tom Vendetti’s “Tibetan Illusion Destroyer" in 3D.

Filmed in Tibet and Nepal over two years, the film documents an ancient Tibetan ceremony that creates awareness of the illusions that cause human suffering. 

Original music by Keola Beamer. 

Vendetti’s short film “Dalai Lama and Happiness” will also be screened. 

The evening will open with a concert by Sarah Cahill, renowned pianist, performing works by legendary composer, Lou Harrison. Sarah will also play to Dr. Gary Greenberg’s time lapsed, sugar crystals micro-video. 

A silent auction of Treasures from Nepal starts at 5pm in the Yokouchi Founder’s courtyard. 

That’s Saturday May 20th – 7:30PM at the MACC Castle Theater for the world premiere of Tom Vendetti’s film “Tibetan Illusion Destroyer” in 3D.

Tickets available at the MACC Box office, by calling 242-SHOW, or on-line at MauiArts.org

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Steve and Doreen talk about Cuba trip and Christine on Mexico City

May 15th, 2017

Kathy Takushi from Capitvaiting Journeys talks with clients Steve and Doreen Holton talk about Cuba trip and Christine Wongtalks about her trip to Mexico City

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Chelsea Hindley and da Warehouse

May 12th, 2017

Ha a great talk with Chelsea Hindley, owner operator of Da Warehouse on Maui. 

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Dr Gary Greenberg micro photography

May 10th, 2017

A great talk with Gary Greenberg. we talk about his new video being shown on May 20th at the MACC with World Premier of the Tibetan Illusion Destroyer. Gary combines his passion for art and science by creating dramatic landscapes of hidden worlds.the secrets of nature are visible everywhere. Yet, they remain secrets until they are revealed. Greenberg has been using his special microscopes to create spectacular landscapes of worlds beyond our everyday perception - worlds where reality is seen as abstract form and color, motion and texture. 

For Greenberg, art is a doorway through which we can more deeply embrace nature. His mission is to reveal the secret beauty of the microscopic landscape that makes up our everyday world. 

The miracles of nature are tangible, and they can be seen directly through the microscope. The magnificence of nature lies in its consciousness. When we commune with nature, we become conscious of our connection with the universe. 

Dr. Gary Greenberg Speaker talks presentations lectures art and science microscope photography author artists scientistOriginally a photographer and filmmaker, at the age of 33 he moved from Los Angeles to London to earn a Ph.D. in biomedical research from University College London. Dr. Greenberg was an Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California during the 1980’s. During the 1990’s he invented and developed high-definition, three-dimensional light microscopes, for which he was issued eighteen US patents. 

Since 2001, Dr. Greenberg focuses his microscopes on common objects, such as grains of sand, flowers, and food. These everyday objects take on a new reality when magnified hundreds of times, revealing hidden and unexpected aspects of nature. Dr. Greenberg’s images of sand make us realize that as we walk along a beach we are strolling upon thousands of years of biological and geological history. Recently, Dr. Greenberg photographed moon sand returned from NASA’s Apollo 11 Mission.

 

http://sandgrains.com

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Seabird Hall’s Craft fair is this Saturday

May 9th, 2017

Don't miss the 44th annual Seabury Hall craft fair this Saturay from 9am-4pm!

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Kathy Takushi from Captivating Journeys talks About Florence and Assis

May 9th, 2017

Kathy Takushi from Captivating Journeys talks about her trip to Florence, Sieena and Assisi!

 

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Emmy award winning Joseph Rosendo on his latest journeys

May 8th, 2017

I talked with Joseph Rosendo about winning two more emmys and his lat4est work rcording net years season. Joseph rosendo is an Americantravel journalistbroadcaster, television personality and public speaker. Since 2007 he has been the executive producer, host, director and writer of the American Public Television series Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope which has aired on PBS and Public Television Stations in the United States and Canadawith 117 episodes in distribution. Season 9 was released in the fall of 2016 and Season 10 is slated for an early 2018 release.

Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope has won 42 Telly awards, been nominated for 18 National Daytime Emmy Awards and won six, including 2 personal Emmysfor Outstanding Directing in a Lifestyle/Culinary/Travel Program category and 2 Emmys for his role as host.

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Award winning Keola Beamers new soundtrack for the Tibetan Illusion Destroyer

May 3rd, 2017

I talk with Keola Beamer about his new Soundtrack for the 3D film Tibetan Illusion Destroyer. the film will premiere on May 20th at the MACC Castle theater. Keola is a Hawaiian slack-key guitar player, best known as the composer of "Honolulu City Lights" and an innovative musician who fused Hawaiian roots and contemporary music. Beamer comes from a line of musicians five generations back, and can also trace his roots to the House of Kamehameha and Ahiakumai, 15th century rulers of Hawaii. His great grandmother was Helen Desha Beamer, an influential songwriter and huladancer, and his mother, Winona Beamer ("Auntie Nona") has been one of the most important figures in the revival of Hawaiian culture since the 1940s: composer, dancer, educator, and coiner of the term "Hawaiiana," which describes the cultural-studies area she pioneered at the Kamehameha Schools.https://kbeamer.com

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