A seemingly endless movie awards season finally concludes Sunday with the Academy Awards.
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WASHINGTON — Academy award-winner Ben Affleck understands celebrity is a double-edged sword, helping him draw attention to the strife and suffering in the Congo while attracting skeptics dismissive of Hollywood stars and causes.
When the fourth season of “Ink Master” debuts Tuesday on Spike TV, the Big Island will be in the house.
Na Hoku Hanohano winners A Touch of Gold headline the 10th annual Girls’ Day Diva Festival on Sunday, March 2 at the University of Hawaii at Hilo.
“The Land of Eb,” a feature film produced entirely on the Big Island of Hawaii, is being released worldwide Tuesday on digital platforms, including iTunes and Google Play.
A Big Island Mardi Gras celebration kicks off 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Honokaa People’s Theater.
Ben Ka‘ili has been a staple on the local music scene for decades, playing local venues including Hilo Town Tavern, Hilo Burger Joint and Banyans Restaurant and Bar.
More than 30 artists are preparing for the second annual “Illuminato,” an outdoor art show on the theme of light, creative spark and illumination at Kalani in Kalapana.
One Japanese mother’s concern about children affected by radiation from the 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear catastrophe was the impetus for an organization dedicated to helping mothers and children.
NEW YORK — Drake lashed out at Rolling Stone after the magazine replaced him on the cover with the late Philip Seymour Hoffman and quoted the rapper criticizing some of Kanye West’s lyrics.
One of Hawaiian music’s most beloved and enduring bands, The Makaha Sons, brings its soaring harmonies to the stage of downtown Hilo’s Palace Theater at 7 p.m. Saturday.
Like most kids, Vadym Kholodenko just wanted to play outside — but his mother had other ideas.
Love: Feel it, sing it! The Puna Men’s Chorus will celebrate with the community in honor of the most loving holiday of the year — Valentine’s Day.
Any kid who ever tap-danced at a talent show or put on a curly wig and auditioned for “Annie” can only dream of being as beloved — or as important — as Shirley Temple.
There’s sly product placement, and then there’s building an entire movie out of block products that have playful nostalgic value to at least several generations.