August 16, 2006 - MidWeek The Islander
The Aloha Festivals Royal Court has been selected, and William “Baba” Alimoot Jr. is the new king for Oahu. The Kaneohe musician and producer also has eight royal subjects, ah, grandchildren. On the court with him is princess Ashlyn Kaiulani Kaahanui, a senior at Kahuku High. Both Ashlyn and King William are one-quarter Hawaiian and are prepared for a busy season of appearances and ceremonies in the name of aloha ... St. John Vianney School likes Hawaii rainbows just like everyone else, but it can only take so much. A back-to-school bulletin reminded keiki that their hair “must be returned to its natural color” by July 31 ... If it’s not too late, you can still catch Kaneohe playwright Y York (she says her sister named her that) in HPR’s Aloha Shorts at 7 p.m. Aug. 14. She’ll be reading Kona Glitter, A Ghost Story, a new story by Kobai Scott Whitney, at the Atherton Studio ... Belated congratulations to Mariah Schiaretti of Kahuku High, Jolyn Yoneshige of Castle and Kaleena Yuen of Le Jardin Academy for winning 2006 journalism scholarships (renewable!) to Hawaii Pacific University ... Works by Kailua artists Andrew Byron, Jojo Chapman, Tamara Armstrong, Taylor Cooke and Paul Bye are up for bid with others tonight (Aug. 16) at Compadres. The event is “Young Artists Helping Young Artists,” a benefit for Rehab hospital’s Louis Vuitton Creative Arts Program (375-9120). Windward’s own Brother Noland entertains ... Two Adamas guitars owned by Brother Noland and Mike Kaawa were stolen Aug. 6 from the parking lot at Koolau Golf Club, where Mike had entertained just moments earlier. He says three males were seen leaving the area in a white sedan, license # JVR 655.
Witnesses are asked to call 737-9355 ...
E-mail this story | Print this page | Comments (0) | Archive | RSS Comments (0) |
Most Recent Comment(s):