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POP Circus features acts from eight countries

The circus is back in town, and excitement under the big top has never been so good. The Pursuit of Pleasure (POP) Circus is performing daily at the Toyosaki Town Open Space, inside the big top tent, with dozens of circus acts filling the arena here for the first time since 2002.   Read More!

Island Vibe to mix musical genre

It’s not an ordinary club party, but it does promise to rock the island with a full evening of live entertainment featuring American and Okinawan musical artists and groups. Island Vibe 2009 comes to Salt and Pepper Live House on Saturday, January 23rd, filling the club with soul, hip hop, rhythm and blues and reggae performed by some of the island’s most talented Okinawan and American artists, plus an appearance from west coast rap artist Big Smitty C.   Read More!

Inexpensive fees make US LAND sheer fun

Amusement centers are always fun-filled experiences, but visits to Amusement Kingdom US LAND are even more exciting because customers really get their money’s worth. Unlike most amusement centers that charge a set fee, i.   Read More!


Oasis Bazaar moving to the desert

A bastion of Egyptian handmade crafts, Oasis Bazaar in Ginowan City, is about to pull up stakes and head for the Middle East. Oasis Bazaar is moving to the Israeli desert the end of this month, and is staging an ‘everything must go’ sale through January 25th.   Read More!


Marines thank Okinawa, Okinawa thanks Marines

More than 13,000 toys were collected during the Christmas Season Toys for Tots Campaign on Okinawa, and that, says the Marine Corps Reserve, made the annual drive a total success. The Toys for Tots staff drew upon selfless sacrifice from more than 181 volunteers, community organizations and Marines in uniform to man the collection sites at bases across Okinawa, collecting enough donated toys to make Christmas brighter for more than 11,000 youngsters in Okinawa and the Pacific region.   Read More!


MOFA, Marine Corps to hold cultural awareness seminar Friday

A seminar for Status of Forces Agreement personnel to learn abut Okinawan culture and spirit through Martial Arts will be held tomorrow, January 16th, at the Camp Kinser Gymnasium. The seminar sponsored by Marine Corps Bases Japan and the Japan Ministry of Foreign Affairs Liaison Office is an initiate of the Cooperative Working Team comprised of representatives of the Japanese government, local government leaders, officials from the U.   Read More!

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