In this scene from the film “Ever The Land,” indigenous Maori in Aotearoa New Zealand express their cultural heritage. “Ever The Land” is one of two features included in this year’s Deep Waters Film Festival, which takes place in the ASCC Lecture Hall tomorrow from noon to 2 p.m. Admission is free and the public is invited. [courtesy photo]
Committee Boat Apaula and sailors heading in to Sadie’s by the Sea after a round of races. Ten Apia sailors and nine local sailors competed this past weekend in the 2017 Pago Pago Harbor Optimist Sailing Regatta. [courtesy photo]
O ai a le fia maua lenei fa'amanuiaga. O le tataga lea o le palolo i Malie i Samoa. Fa'ailoa mai e le o lo'o fa'afulisaina lenei tele o le palolo i Samoa lea na ta i le faaiuga o le vaiaso. Over the years, Manu'a residents have been known to send frozen palolo to family and friends in Tutuila, via ice cream containers and ziploc bags, as the worm shows up more often — and in greater quantities — in Manua, than Tutuila. DMWR predicts that the next palolo rising will be Nov. 11 — hopefully this time in Tutuila as well. [ata: foa'i]
Pacific Islanders in Communications (PIC), a nationally-funded organization based in Honolulu, strives to promote filmmaking as a storytelling medium among the indigenous populations of Hawaii and the US Pacific Territories. For the past several decades, PIC has presented a yearly showcase at the American Samoa Community College (ASCC) that features recent films produced under its aegis. This...

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Pacific Islanders in Communications (PIC), a nationally-funded organization based in Honolulu, strives to promote filmmaking as a storytelling medium among the indigenous populations of Hawaii and the US Pacific Territories. For the past several decades, PIC has presented a yearly showcase at the...
October 18, 2017

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