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Last Update: September 7, 2012
Bios on the Hill, a combination orchids garden in a subtropical forest and a botanical garden is expanding its appeal, opening in the evenings and offering night tours.
Bios on the Hill considers itself a place “serving peace of mind and emotions”, where guests wander through the gardens during the day, then taking in the Lake on the Hills, a tranquil setting where customers can enjoy their excursion on a lake viewing boat and strolling the Hills by a buffalo-drawn cart while relaxing. Read More!
The title track of singer-songwriter David Ralston’s new CD, “I Don’t Care,” isn’t a rebellious or political statement about anything, but rather, “just more poking fun at people that tell you things you don’t care about.”
“I Don’t Care” is Ralston’s eighth studio album, and has now hit the market being available through iTunes and CDBaBy. Read More! Advance tickets are now on sale for the Blazing Roots & Culture Far East Tour coming to Club @ [Ando] on June 1st.
Jamaican musicians Warrior King and Everton Blender take center stage for the 9:30 p. Read More!
All Nippon Airways will put its Pacific muscle into gear on a new Narita-to-Seattle route this summer, moving the service forward at least six months.
ANA says it’s pushed the schedule forward to capture a share of the busy summer season passenger demand, initially flying Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. Read More!
The World Heritage Exhibition is now celebrating its 40th anniversary with a unique charity art exhibition, “The PIECE of PEACE – World Heritage that is made by LEGO® blocks part 2”.
The exhibition runs through June 3rd at a specially set-up venue on the first floor of Tomiton Toyozaki Lifestyle Center at Toyozaki, Tomigusuku City. Read More! Sunday is Mother’s Day, a celebration honoring mothers and motherhood, and the influence moms have worldwide on practically everyone.
Oddly enough, Mother’s Day didn’t start out to be a salute to mothers, but rather, a call by Julia Ward Howe in 1870 to rally women to join in support of disarmament. Read More!
Heather Brown and her perspective of Hawaiian surfing and art is coming to Okinawa.
The Heather Brown Japan Tour 2012 is visiting Tokyo, Nagoya, Kobe and Okinawa, Heather Brown’s exhibition will be held in Okinawa at Coffee Casa, Miyagi Chatan 11 a. Read More! |