Carol Forsloff—Over the years the churches names may have changed, as denominations move and organize in new surroundings but the message about how we are to behave toward one another remains universal. The array of churches shown here are from photos taken over the past 20 years on the Waianae … Continue reading
The North Shore of Oahu is again highlighted in this music video, various segments in Part II of a series on the rural areas of Oahu and is added to the beauty of Shakespeare’s beloved Love Sonnet, put to music and performed by Lady of Letters and Man of the … Continue reading
Country music is one of the genres played in Hawaii, with Melveen Leed one of the foremost entertainers that made her mark not just in Hawaii but on the mainland as well. The original song here, performed by Lady of Letters and Man of the Sea, offers a glimpse of … Continue reading
Along with the arrival of people from many lands, Hawaii has been gifted with ideas and activities that make it a melting pot of the arts. Who would think the kind of music born in America that took European folk music, weaved into it the experience of the mountain people … Continue reading
Most of us when we dream of paradise think of the most beautiful places we have seen in pictures or areas where we hope we might one day visit. There are surely great wonders of nature everywhere in the world, and the poem by Angela Morgan reflects that fact. But … Continue reading
Jason Yates, Yves Debodinance and Carol Forsloff—Take a tour of the ocean’s moods, its boundless beauty, its many dimensions. Just like the love expressed in song, the mighty ocean has its complexities. We see the surface of it, when what lies within its waters are many secrets. What is hidden, … Continue reading
Brief tour of highlights of the Leeward Coast of Oahu with original music by local folk-style musicians, part of the wide variety of music types in Hawaii. Original song, Makaha Rainbows, composed by Lady of Letters and Man of the Sea and performed with accordion, guitar and vocals.