Many say that Hawai‘i is full of ghosts and otherwordly beings–not just from one culture, but all of the cultures that live together in the islands. This is one writer’s experience with the supernatural.
On Aug. 13, the International Market Place paid tribute to the legendary Don Ho and his contributions to the history and music of Hawai‘i. The ceremony began with an unveiling of the marketplace’s new bronze sculpture of the singer, created by Honolulu artist Kim Duffett, followed by a Don Ho kanikapila and tribute show.
Michael Titterton was the voice, president and general manager of Hawai‘i Public Radio from the time he moved to O‘ahu in 1999 until last year when he retired. Now he’s got a new gig: president of the Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra.