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Entertainment

Alo Hai Festival accents Okinawa-Hawaii relations

The first Okinawans emigrated to Hawaii 110 years ago, and the relationships have been warm and prosperous between the American state and it’s capital city Honolulu ever since. The Alo Hai Festival, a collaboration between Honolulu, Hawaii and Okinawa, takes place this Saturday at Naha City Civic Hall in Yorimiya.   Read More!

Blues artist David Ralston to perform at Crow's Nest

Musician David Ralston will be guest performer tomorrow night at the Crow’s Nest Club dinner show on Camp Shields. The dinner show and performance is open to all ranks and services, says Navy Morale, Welfare and Recreation.   Read More!

Professional wrestling Zero 1 coming to Mihama Chatan Dome

A new style professional wrestling spawned in a Tokyo gymnasium nine years ago is making its way to Okinawa. Zero 1 is billed as the transformation of wrestling, focusing on energy creation and suppression of bullying.   Read More!

Jazz artist Ray McMorrin to perform at Cotonoha

Raymond McMorrin and his tenor saxophone will belt out the jazz in concert Sunday at Cotonoha. A Connecticut native who began playing the sax in junior high school, McMorrin has worked his way through a musical education that included stops at the Universiy of the Arts in Philadelphia and the Jackie McLean Institute of Jazz at the Hartt School of Music.   Read More!

Gourmet

Bistro l'erable serves piece of France

Bistro l’erable combines the artistry of French cuisine with the talents of a Japanese chef, and then adds the freshness of Okinawa ingredients to create authentic French dishes. Massa is the man behind Bistro l’erable, and his wealth of experience as a chef accounts for the restaurant’s high standing.   Read More!

Localbeat

Historic Battle of Okinawa Anniversary Wednesday

The guns fell silent 65 years ago next week after the most horrendous round of combat in history. The Battle of Okinawa, which set the stage for the end of World War II, was 82 days of brutal air-land-sea fighting which claimed the lives of 240,000 people.   Read More!

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