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In Sports March is more than Madness

March 6, 2018


A run down of some sports news just for the beginning of March is electrifying . Center stage is Phil Mickelson knocking out his 5 year PGA Championship drought of losses. A day of glory for Mickelson taking home the WGC -Mexico Championship with a -16/66 score beating out Justin Thomas and six others on […]

Hawaii loses the Pro Bowl

May 31, 2016


To many it may come as no surprise. This year’s traffic fiasco on the day of the only NFL Football Game played in Honolulu Hawaii as thousand were delayed, stuck in Traffic missing the start of the Pro Bowl Game only to arrive to a shortage of parking.  An antiquated Stadium in desparate need of […]

Hawaii Plantation Village celebrates the Malunggay Festival

March 31, 2016

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Remembering back to the thousands of Filipino immigrants and families who came to work on the Sugar Plantation in Old Waipahu. A strong hard working group of people, who left there mark in the land and the stone of the Hawaii Sugar Mill, Plantations. A welcome sign on a rock wall, that has stood for […]

Painting Watercolors in Paradise by Tina Quizon

January 10, 2015


Hawaii truly offers everyday opportunities for inspiration. Here are some of my Artwork that I have been inspired to create from Hawaii’s beautiful surroundings of not just our landscape and oceans but some of the inhabitants. The birds, insects, plants and Hawaii’s rare species that we are so fortunate to be apart of their world. […]

“Sustainable Fashion” premiered at Honolulu Fashion Week

November 17, 2014


  Conscious Designers Christian Ramil and Meg Akim premiered their “Sustainable Fashion” ideas during Honolulu’s 1st Fashion Week. With guidance and industry insights of some of the worlds top Fashion leaders  like Lynne Hanzawa O’Neill the Show producer and event manager for Honolulu Fashion Week (HFW), the event was destined to be an inspiring success for Honolulu. Odina Swimwear […]

Angelic & Divine , Oliver Tolentino designs on the Red Carpet

October 13, 2014


Jane The Virgin, could not have looked more angelic or divine than in a Oliver Tolentino Design, Tolentino’s gowns continues to light the world stage with his elegant Gowns & designs. Everyone was green with envy seeing “breakout star GINA RODRIGUEZ” walked the red carpet at the 2014 ALMA Awards wearing Emerald Green design by […]

Halau hula O kauhionamauna to grace the Stage at the Merrie Monarch Festival

April 23, 2014


Opening night  at the Merrie Monarch Festival promises to full of beauty, and the adornment of Hawaii’s tropical Flora and fauna on the Hula Halau’s at the Edith Kanakaʻole Stadium.  We spent the weekend with Aunty Denise Ramento, and her Hula Halau – O kauhionamauna, as they practiced and prepared for the trip to Hilo. The […]

Jennifer Lee in Oliver Tolentino gown holding her Oscar

April 1, 2014


For immediate release April 1, 2014 “OLIVER TOLENTINO RETURNS AS 1ST FILIPINO IN 53 YEARS TO DRESS WINNER AT THE ACADEMY AWARDS” Fresh off A-Lister JESSICA ALBA wearing his piña cocktail dress in a REDBOOK magazine photo shoot, Hollywood fashion designer OLIVER TOLENTINO arrived back in the Philippines last week with a new achievement to […]

Launching your career into TV and Print, tips to keeping safe in a glamourous industry

March 26, 2014


“As a Hollywood agent for many years, it was always disheartening to see the scams, lies, and misinformation in the heads of aspiring talent. So many hopefuls would come to my agency with great expectations and bad information. They had no idea how to get into the business or how to avoid the dangers of […]

Boxing honored at the 3rd Annual African American Film Festival in Honolulu

January 30, 2014


HONOLULU, HAWAI’I–The Honolulu Museum of Art celebrates African American History Month with its third Honolulu African American Film Festival, opening Feb. 1 with the documentary *The Trials of Muhammad Ali.* The festival is organized by theater staff and the Honolulu African American Film Festival Committee, comprised of Daphne Barbee-Wooten, Derrick Branch, Marsha McFadden, John Nichols, […]