A new YouTube channel focused on 'stoking out' people on Maui with high-end prizes is doing its first shoot at an event at The Shops at Wailea. Robert Cazimero will perform along with KPOA host Alakai as MC.
Three visiting virtuoso guitarists will perform a free noon concert at the University of HawaiÊ»i Maui College on Friday, July 25, 2014. The concert is planned to help shed a light on opportunities to study music at UHMC, and to inspire the next generation of musicians.
A five minute video with some of the highlights from the 2014 Makawao 4th of July Parade and Rodeo.
Kawehi's version of Nirvana track Heart-Shaped Box was considered a viral success. A YouTube page featuring Kawehi's version of the song has over 350,000 views.
Fashion takes center stage on the 4th of July as Maui Thing celebrates its 6th anniversary at the Wailuku First Friday party this week. This year's theme âCheers to Six Yearsâ features a fashion show featuring Maui Thing's brand new summer line, beginning at 7 p.m.
The MAMo Wearable Art Show will showcase the designs of Maui's own Koa Johnson and KealiÊ»i Reichel, as well as fellow designers Maile Andrade, ManuhealiÊ»i, Marques Hanalei Marzan, Taupouri TangarÅ, and Wahine Toa.
By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York's Metropolitan Opera said it will lock out its musicians and other unionized employees next week if a new contract agreement is not reached, in an escalation of a labor dispute that threatens to derail an entire opera season. Peter Gelb, the Met's general manager, wrote a letter to chorus members, orchestra players, stagehands and other employees on Wednesday saying they should prepare for a work stoppage if a new agreement is not reached when current contracts expire on July 31. The Met, which says it has an annual operating budget of over $300 million, has blamed a drop in its revenues since 2011 on dwindling audiences for opera worldwide.
Justin Bieber enticed fans on Wednesday by sharing several short clips from his recent time in the studio. The Canadian pop star posted a total of 11 clips, seemingly from as many new songs, and captioned the first "Cold waters," presumably a track name. In each of the seconds-long videos, Bieber simply focuses the camera on a studio soundboard and moves it to the beat of the music. The only other clue is a tweet from Bieber on the same day that read, "Great night in the studio."