Thursday, April 15, 1999


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Bonsai and many other gift and craft items will be offered
at the Spring Crafts, Gift and Food Expo this weekend.

Plenty to pick from
at craft, gift fair

There will be more than 200 hand-crafters and plenty of food treats for purchase when the 2nd Islandwide Spring Crafts, Gift and Food Expo takes place at the Blaisdell Center tomorrow through Sunday.

Among items featured will be koa clocks, bonsai, stained glass, quilts, soaps and oils, pottery, jewelry and tabletop fountains. This may be the ideal place to pick up a gift for Mother's Day, coming up on May 9.

Island treats available for purchase include poi mochi, miso butterfish, chocolates, cookies, fresh bagels, banana bread, fudge, teas and organic dressing.

In addition, there will be prize drawings for cash, a video camera and a 27-inch color TV.

Expo hours are 5 to 10 p.m. tomorrow, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

Admission is $3. For more information, call Caroline at 623-4050.



Hawaii Public Television
Opening a new series, "Na Mele: Traditions in Hawaiian Song,"
are Rev. Dennis Kamakahi, seated, and from left, standing,
Martin Pahinui, George Kuo and Davis Kamakahi,
7:30 p.m. today, KHET/PBS.

On air today

"Fox Files," 8 p.m., KHON/Fox. Scheduled: a report from Las Vegas on modern-day gangsters and their girlfriends; Motley Crue and Kid Rock talk about rock 'n' roll groupies.

"Mystery!," 8 p.m., KHET/PBS. In "A Certain Justice," Roy Marsden is back as P.D. James' Adam Dalgliesh in a three-part story.


"Police Squad Marathon," 5 p.m., Comedy Central. Six episodes of the off-the-wall comedy.

"Millennium," 8 p.m., KHON/ Fox. Frank and Emma hunt for a woman who has escaped from a mental hospital, taking a hostage. Parental advisory.

"Homicide: Life on the Street," 9 p.m., KHNL/NBC. Repeat of the acclaimed episode "The Subway" that aired as part of a special on Court TV. Parental advisory.


"Happy Hour," 6 p.m., USA. The new bizarre comedy/music/panel show guests include Kathy Najimy, Nancy Cartwright , Danny Bonaduce, Christopher Darden and the music group Berlin.

"Animals Are People Too!," 7 p.m., KPXO/PAX. Series premiere. Alan Thicke hosts a series about amazing things pets do.

"The Jack Bull," 9 p.m., HBO. John Cusack, John Goodman, L.Q. Jones and John Savage star in an HBO western that begins when Henry Ballard (Jones) abuses two horses owned by Myrl Redding (Cusack).


"Horatio Hornblower," 4, 6 and 8 p.m., A&E. The adventure of a legendary sailor during the naval battles of the Napoleonic wars.

"Michael Jordan: An American Hero," 5 and 7 p.m., Family Channel. Debbie Allen, Robin Givens, Ernie Hudson and Michael Jace star in this made-for-TV biography of one of the greatest basketball players in the history of the game.

"Family Guy," 7:30 p.m., KHON/ Fox. Meg unknowingly attends a cult meeting, and the cult leader follows her home.

"Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters First 100 Years," 8 p.m., KGMB/CBS. This "Kraft Premier Movie" stars Diahann Carroll and Ruby Dee as extraordinary real-life sisters who, as centenarians, reflect upon life.

"The X-Files," 8 p.m., KHON/ Fox. Mulder and Scully shadow a killer who leaves no clues. Scully finds herself enthralled by Mulder's prime suspect.

"Mobil Masterpiece Theater," 8 p.m., KHET/PBS. "Reckless, the Sequel" picks up where the original left off as handsome young Dr. Owen Springer takes off with middle-aged executive Anna Fairley, the wife of Dr. Springer's boss.

"Freak City," 8 p.m., Showtime. Natalie Cole, Samantha Mathis, Marlee Matlin and Jonathan Silverman star in a story about a feisty young woman, institutionalized against her will in what the residents call "Freak City."

"An All-Star Tribute To Johnny Cash," 8 p.m., TNT. June Carter Cash, Roseanne Cash, Sheryl Crow, Chris Isaak, Lyle Lovett, Willie Nelson, Bruce Springsteen, U2 and Trisha Yearwood in a special taped in New York on April 6.

"Intimate Universe: The Human Body," 9 p.m., Learning Channel. First two part of the eight-hour documentary that looks at life from birth to death. Amazing photography of hair sprouting through skin, baby teeth poking up through gums, cells in the ear dancing to rock 'n' roll and an ovary releasing an egg. Continues 9 p.m. Monday.

"Silk Stalkings," 9 p.m., USA. After eight seasons, the sexy cop show presents its final episode.

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