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Irish Highland Games, St. Patrickís Day Celebration on Foster

In the spirit of Celtic tradition, Camp Foster, MCCS and the Morriganís Pub will be hosting the 1st annual Highland games this weekend. The excitement starts Friday, March 17th, when both pubs will host giant St.   Read More!

The Morrigan's Opens New Branch in Kin

The MorriganĀfs Irish Pub, well known for its unique Irish entertainment and drink, opened its second branch in Kin last week. Located directly across from ābamp Hansen in the northern part of Okinawa, this new branch will offer the same lively atmosphere as its counterpart in Okinawa City.   Read More!

Another Caribbean Dance Party on Saturday

As usual, the Caribbean Heritage Associationís event this weekend promises to be one full of heat and spice. This coming Saturday (March 18th) night may introduce early summer at the Coral Cove on Torii Station, as Caribbean dance party music (dancehall, soca, calypso, zouk, reggae, etc.   Read More!

Coko Show at the G&A

The pretty and super-talented ďsister with voiceĒ Coko will be the main island attraction this weekend, as she brings warmth into the hearts of Club Rhapsody faithfuls. For the first time, Club Rhapsody is leaving its usual venue at the Chestyís to invade the Globe and Anchor (on the same Camp Foster) with a new form of live entertainment.   Read More!

Okinawa Has a New Vision

A new trio of talented vocalists have made an impressive entree onto the local musical scene. Three strong women with powerful voices have teamed up to offer island music lovers a taste of something different.   Read More!


Filipino-American Association Celebrates New Board

The Filipino-American Association of Okinawa wishes to extend its congratulations to the new members of the Executive Board elected last February 18, 2000: President - Dave Rosenberg; Vice-President - Ernest Davis; Secretary - Mida Cana; Treasurer - Manny Carsolin; Auditor - Cecile DelRosario; P.R.   Read More!

Mini-Portrait of a Gifted Artist

The 18th Supply Squadron on Kadena Air Base, Okinawa recently enlisted a gifted, young artist by name Marco Oliva. Raised in El Paso, TX, the artist intimately known as Marco claims to have found a home in his art.   Read More!

I Can Get an Ant

Okinawa Christian School International (OCSI) hosted its annual elementary speech contest last February 22nd. The competition, held in the school auditorium on, was open to the general public.   Read More!

Foreigners' Speech Contest Sanctioned by Questionable Verdict

With what evidently looked like a scantily decorated stage and a monotonous ceremonial atmosphere, the "The 17th Japanese Speech Contest for Foreigners" promised to be a drawn-out program of unattractive quality. The loosely packed auditorium proved that most peopleís response to the invitation was not quite a manifestation of enthusiasm.   Read More!

Doubles: Japan and Americaís Intercultural Children

Regge Life is coming back to the island. The Okinawa University Library Mini-theater will, on Wednesday, March 22nd be the venue for the projection of what many observers consider as the famous thematic filmmakerís most daring message.   Read More!


Little Miss Delta Pageant to Raise Scholarship Funds

Do you have a young lady or know one between the ages of 4 and 12? The ladies of Delta Sigma Theta are sponsoring a "Little Miss Delta PrincessĒ Pageant in conjunction with a Red and White Ball on Saturday, March 25th The event, which is a scholarship fundraiser, will be held at the Kadena Officersí Club. There will be two categories of young competitors: ages 4-7 and 8-12.   Read More!


At the Mangiare, Italian Cuisine Has Fresh Aroma

One American lady who recently dined at a very decent restaurant on island, with her whole family, made the following comment while talking to a friend: ďThe food was good, and we all enjoyed our meal. But there was something about the aroma that just seemed too normal.   Read More!


Japan Update Needs More Pages

I would have to agree with Mr. Brezna that you might serve your readership better if you weren't to include stories about U.   Read More!

Where is the Place in Okinawa Where Coffee is Coffee?

My first taste of the Japanese coffee experience was at Narita International Airport about eight years ago while waiting to board a connecting flight to Okinawa. It had been more than four hours since my last cup of java on the plane, so out of sheer depravity, I ordered coffee from the snack bar.   Read More!

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