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THE AFALAVA FAMILY AND PASTOR JOHN MAILO TO PERFORM AT EASTER CONCERT

Source: Media Release

Peseta UTA — The Afalava Family of Aoloau will not only perform this Thursday during an Easter Concert, they now belong to a group of local musicians and artists who are honored as guest artists for Dancing Fingers Production, a piano-studio-turned-music ministry envisioned by Poe Mageo.
 
“Besides teaching music, one of my goals is to pay tribute and recognize the amazing contribution of local musicians,” said Mageo.
 



Cool Stuff: Moana, RLS, & Princess

Under the old Banyan Tree at the Moana Surfrider Hotel, Waikiki, our own Robert Louis Stevenson (RLS), used to talk story and learn from the young Hawaiian Princess Kaiulani. 
 
Any good connection to Samoa we adopt, anything junk, we assign to their other place (which is why ASG guys call me an LA Boy, while Coolios refer to me as that ta'a Savaiian). RLS has plenty of other places... his home in Scotland, a residence I visited in Monterrey, California, Waikiki's Moana Surfrider and of course Vailima, Upolu, Samoa.
 



Cool Stuff: AmSam Center of Presidential Universe

Cool Stuff has patiently waited for input from American Samoa's Congresswoman regarding the bizarre Republican race for their party's nominee. We received a clarification request, promptly answered of course, but no input from Amata (a highly knowledgeable participant in Republican affairs even before taking office.)
 



Cool Stuff: Pago does Costco

Cool Stuff feels like a proud uncle as Tri Marine/STP's free school caught skipjack is in a Costco store near your cousin's house (not yours) all over the 50 states.
 
Several months ago I got to shoot the inner sanctum of STP, as the product was first being unloaded, butchered, cleaned, canned, labeled and packaged. The only image released to date was my shot of a butchery shop worker in Bloomberg's "Business Week."
 



BIZ BEAT: PARAMOUNT I-T IS NOW OPEN, PROMISING UNRIVALED SERVICE

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Are you having computer problems? Does your computer require the undivided attention of a professional who can get it cleaned up and ready to go in no time?
 



Polynesian Fire Dinner & Show

photo: Tony Gasu
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Snapshot 2015: The American Samoa Council on Arts, Culture and Humanities

photos: Laua Aiono Frost

The American Samoa Council on Arts, Culture and Humanities, with funding by the Community Development Block Grant Program rebuilt the Jean P. Haydon Museum Fale Samoa, which had fallen into disrepair — the roof basically falling in.

Its dedication ceremony was held in December to cultural fanfare. It stands in front of the museum’s exhibition area and can be visited freely every day. The cultural exhibits are open for public viewing Monday- Friday.



Biz Beat: Grand opening SSAB Copy Center

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Looking for a company that can offer services in binding, printing (black and white/color), laminating, digital printing, business cards and birthday banners? Then head over to Samoa Stationary and Books – Pago Inc. (SSAB-Pago) for the best quality at the most affordable prices.
 



STARKIST SUPPORTS THE NEW 2015 DIETARY GUIDELINES CALLING FOR MORE SEAFOOD

New Guidelines urge a shift in healthy eating patterns

PITTSBURGH – StarKist Co., a food company that is focused on healthy, shelf-stable seafood products in the United States is proud to support the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015 - 2020, which reinforces the 2010 recommendations that all Americans should consume more seafood.
 



Cool Stuff: Para Kito, Namu Bye, Bye

Just when we all thought it was safe to go back out into the World... the Namus once again made their presence a serious health issue.
 
Departing the territory last month I made sure my Savai'i daughter got every last drop of mosquito spray I had delivered air express cargo, by Polynesian Airlines.
 
The spray got there, but we were left wondering if she regularly used it?
 



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