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Fagafaga emceeing an Arts Council event in 2010.
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Fagafaga Daniel Langkilde — a well-known community member of American Samoa — passed away Saturday evening, May 18, 2019 in Coronado, Calif., where he was staying with his daughter and family due to health issues. He was 61. Fagafaga is remembered as a man of many...
American Samoa native, Christina Regina Maiava Schaff (second from left), pictured with her husband, Kevin Schaff (far right) and the couple’s two children following her graduation Wednesday from American Military University (AMU) in Washington D.C. where she received a Bachelor of Religion.
Washington, D.C. — American Samoa native, Christina Regina Maiava Schaff (second from left), pictured with her husband, Kevin Schaff (far right) and the couple’s two children following her graduation Wednesday from American Military University (AMU) in Washington D.C. where she received a Bachelor...
Manaiaisiva Fruean III with his mom and dad and his brother To'afiaoalii
Manaiaisiva Fruean III (left) of Fagasa & Pago Pago is the only appointment to the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy out of the entire state of Arizona, and the only appointment out of the 560 graduates of Buena High School's Class of 2019.The Merchant Marine Academy is one of the five US service...
Peta Si’ulepa and Jazz Legend Herbie Hancock
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The 8th Annual International Jazz Day — April 30 this year –– brought together thousands of people worldwide in 195 countries and in every continent to commemorate this special day. International Jazz Day brings together communities, schools, artists, historians,...
Jacqlyn McMoore-Tuamoheloa
Reno, NEVADA — O'u aiga pele faapea uo mamae ma e masani aemaise le tapuaiga ale atunu'u. To atu lo'u pulou ma momoli atu la'u. Fa'afetai tele mai le taele olo'u fatu mo a outou talosaga ma alofa'aga ua manuia ai la'u taumafaiga vaivai. E ui ina le'i tini le fa'amoemoe ae ua faataunu'u mea uma ile...
Congresswoman Amata and Teacher of the Year Jordanna Maga
Washington, DC — Last week, Congresswoman Aumua Amata had the opportunity to welcome American Samoa’s 2019 Territorial Teacher of the Year Jordanna Maga to the U.S. Capitol during her early May visit to Washington, and congratulate her again upon the Teacher of the Year honor. “Congratulations to...
Saoimoana Fagaima with her mother and brothers
2012 Leone High School graduate, Saoimoana Fagaima (2nd L) following her graduation from Ashford University with a Masters of Science in Criminology & Criminal Justice-Specializing in Homeland Security. Pictured with her, mother Folole Fagaima (2nd R) and her two brothers She is the daughter of...
DJ Uiagalelei with his mother Tausha, father Dave and brother Matayo
DJ Uiagalelei visited Clemson last month with his family. From left to right, his mother Tausha, father Dave and brother Matayo. Sunday the quarterback chose Clemson over 30 scholarship offers. DJ is following in the footsteps of his idols in the game: fellow Polynesians and former Oregon...
(L-R): Dr. Emilia Le’i- ASCC Dean of Student Services; Vaito’a Hans Langkilde- SJAF Board member; Kuki Tuiasosopo- Chairman, ASCC Fine Arts Department; Tom Scanlan- well known Am. Samoa musician; Rev. Peke Anoa’i- President of the Samoa Musika Foundation; Loretta Tonu-Pua'auli, Instructors, ASCC Fine Arts Instructor; Ulale Ulale- well known American Samoa musician; and Reggie Meredith Fitiao- Artist, ASCC Fine Arts Department.
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — On Tuesday, April 30th, the Faculty of Fine Arts- ASCC in collaboration with the Samoana Jazz & Arts Festival Board and Samoa Musika Foundation Inc. presented with United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Thelonious Monk- Institute...
Le au sa sue siamupini ma le Annex i le ta'aloga faitaulia ole Sisigafua fa'avaomalo, lea ua faatasia ai le Annex ma le'au mai Samoa. O le malo e se'e ae o le fai uso e tumau pea. [ata: foa'i] 

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