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January 11, 1987 | M. J. HARDEN, Harden is a free-lance writer living in Kihei, Hawaii.
Ever have the urge to peek over an artist's easel or peer beyond a sculptor's chisel? On Maui this fantasy can be reality. Visitors can walk right into the homes and studios of Maui's best. Painters, wood sculptors, fabric designers, stained-glass workers, potters--they're all available thanks to a new tour company called, naturally enough, Maui Art Tours. The idea is to get patrons and artists together, to make the artists seem less elusive. And, of course, the goal is to sell art.
May 25, 1986
You solved the color Registration conundrum You don't print color DON KUMFERMAN Ridgecrest
January 29, 1986 | TERRY McQUILKIN
Winding up its three-day festival at Cal State Northridge on Sunday, the International Congress on Women in Music featured no fewer than eight composers in a concert at the Campus Theatre. Under any circumstances, the listener would have difficulty sorting out the individualities of each work; Sunday, the task seemed well-nigh impossible. In the first place, only two of the compositions, at best, could claim particular distinction.
April 13, 1985 | RAY PEREZ, Times Staff Writer
The Rev. Robert Schuller will convert 43 acres of prime real estate in Hawaii donated to his ministry by a Newport Beach philanthropist into a haven for group spiritual encounters, a spokesman for the minister said Thursday.
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