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  • (WAIPAHU--GOOD FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 2016)--Dancing to the distinct sounds of Samoa, an older version of the Tamasese tune that tells of Samoa's historic Black Saturday, 18-year-old Natalie Oloa beat the competition to earn a place of honor among Kahuku High School's student body.

    She will represent the Red Raiders as their Taupou at the We Are Samoa High School Cultural Arts Festival happening May at the Polynesian Cultural Center in La'ie.

    Natalie's story is one of persistence...

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  • (Honolulu, HAWAI'I)--Talent, creativity and outside the box thinking—that’s what will determine the winners in tonight’s 4th Annual Mr. & Miss Polynesia Pacific Pageant, set for 5 p.m. at the 600-capacity Leeward Community College Auditorium.

    “[A]nd overall wow factor,” explained Event Coordinator Ralph Malani on KITV4’s Community News Minute early this week.

    Pageant presenter is Missing Polynesia, owned by Meilin Vitale-Vae and husband Richard Vae.

    The pageant,...

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  • (Honolulu, HAWAI'I)--Family, education, military service and deployment, farming, business, disputes over land and romantic relationships that span from American Samoa to the USA – from Tutuila and Manu’a to Iraq – that's real life for American Samoans in 2013 and that is what viewers will see in Heart to Heart: Fatu O Le Alofa, the new American Samoa film that held its U.S. premiere in Hawai'i last week.

    More than 100 people joined Atoa-O-Ali’i for the premiere held Wednesday, July...

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    (Honolulu, HAWAI'I)--Fatu O Le Alofa, a new Samoan language film, premieres in Hawai'i and the U.S., Wednesday July 24, kicking off a series of state-by-state showings of the first motion picture written, cast and filmed in the U.S. territory of American Samoa.

    The Hawai’i premiere (titled Heart-to-Heart for English audiences) will be held at the 400-capacity Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Hall at the Ke’ehi Lagoon Memorial on...

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    (San Francisco, CALIF.)--Nominations are in. Voting has begun. And the 2nd Annual FobbNation Music Awards are set for Saturday, Sept. 14 at the monumental Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, Calif.

     Island Swagg Entertainment is presenters of the 2013 FMAs.

    The venue, located in the Marina District of San Francisco, is one of the City by the Bay’s most photographed spots, according to...

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  • (Honolulu, HAWAI'I)--All siva, all activities in the We Are Samoa festival will be judged— as Polynesian Cultural Center, hosts of the annual event— celebrates 50 years of education and entertaining more than 37 million Hawai’i visitors since 1963.

    High school students in dance clubs across O’ahu are preparing for the 2013 We Are Samoa High School Cultural Arts Festival, scheduled for Saturday, May 11 at PCC’s Pacific Theater in La’ie. The festival will be held 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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  • (Honolulu, HAWAI'I0--A 4/20 concert, the Mental Health Mele Benefit, will help the homeless served by Mental Health Kokua, a non-profit organization that provides transitional housing for individuals with mental illnesses.

    The family event is scheduled for 5 to 10 p.m., tomorrow, Pier 10 at the Aloha Tower, says a statement from MHK.

    Artists playing at the fundraiser are Nesian N.I.N.E., Pohaku and FaithAsia. A silent auction has also been planned and MHK will provide pupus....

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    (Honolulu, HAWAII) – Hawaii’s premier reggae radio station 93.1 Da Pa`ina is teaming with Hawaii Jr. Prep Football to present International Nesian Fest 2013 set for this Saturday, Jan. 19 at Waterfront at AlohaTower.

    The eight-hour event starts at 2 p.m. There will be live entertainment starring musicians, dancers, and artists from around the Pacific, autograph signing by various sports athletes, a fashion show of local designers, food, retail booths and so much...

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