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November 26, 1993 | MARY HELEN BERG
The memory of Queen Lili'oukalani, the last reigning monarch of independent Hawaii, will be honored Saturday at the Carson Community Center during the second annual Hawaiian Cultural Faire, a festival of island dance, music and arts. Lili'oukalani, credited with writing 166 songs, will be recognized for her talents as a poet, songwriter and ruler, said Sharon Paulo, president of the Hawaiian Cultural Center Assn., the organization sponsoring the event.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 26, 1993 | MARY HELEN BERG
The memory of Queen Lili'oukalani, the last reigning monarch of independent Hawaii, will be honored Saturday at the Carson Community Center during the second annual Hawaiian Cultural Faire, a festival of island dance, music and arts. Lili'oukalani, credited with writing 166 songs, will be recognized for her talents as a poet, songwriter and ruler, said Sharon Paulo, president of the Hawaiian Cultural Center Assn., the organization sponsoring the event.
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August 19, 1989 | RHONDA BRIGHT
Although it seems like any excuse would do for a luau, such tropical-themed outdoor celebrations should be in full bloom this weekend, because Monday is the 30th anniversary of Hawaii's statehood. With plenty of resources at local party-favor shops and ethnic grocery stores--perhaps catering to the 150,000 estimated Hawaiians in Los Angeles--Angelenos can easily bring a little of the 50th state into their neck of the tropics.
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