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Tuesday, September 12, 2000


Hollywood Records
Reggae artist Gregory Isaacs performs on
Oahu and the Big Island

Island concerts with
reggae great Isaacs

Gregory Isaacs, considered second only to Bob Marley in the reggae world, returns to Oahu for two shows at 9 p.m. Sept. 21 and 22 at Pipeline Cafe.

Isaacs, whose silky, soulful sound can be heard in songs such as "Night Nurse," "Private Beach Party," "Special Guest" and "My Number One," has recorded more than 40 albums.

Tickets for a 21-and-older audience are $22 in advance, on sale at Tower Video, Tower Records-Pearl Kai and Kahala, Hungry Ear Kailua and Pipeline. Tickets will be $27 at the door. Hawaiian Time will open the show.

For more information, call Pipeline at 589-1999.

Isaacs and his band will also appear at Sharky's Outdoors in Kona on Sept. 23, with Sudden Rush opening the show at 6:30 p.m.

Same price tickets are available at MJS Music in Hilo, Byrd's Audio in Waimea, mele Kai Music in Kona and at Sharky's.


Coming to the big screen


Petty thief Jamie Foxx is used by police as an unwitting decoy to catch a dangerous criminal and is soon chased both by cops and robbers.

A Texas bar owner hires a private detective to spy on his wife whom he suspects is cheating on him. Dan Hedaya, Frances McDormand.

A group of lonely hearts enter a karaoke contest. Gwyneth Paltrow.

Anna Faris, Regina Hall, Marlon Wayans, Keenen Ivory Wayans. A spoof of teenage slasher films of recent years.

One film will have sneak previews:

Patrick Fugit, Fairuza Balk, Billy Crudup. A high school kid in the 1970s who aspires to be a rock journalist lands a chance to follow the hot new rock band Stillwater on tour.


Scholarships and more


The admission directors of Hawaii Association of Independent Schools will be available to answer questions and provide parents with information about their schools from 6:30-8 p.m. Oct. 4 at the Ala Wai Golf Clubhouse.

At 7 p.m. three presentations will be featured: "What Parents Should Know About Teenagers," "Surviving the Process of Finding the Right School" and "Characteristics of Effective High School Programs."

Participating schools include Honolulu Waldorf, Academy of the Pacific, ASSETS, Damien, Hawaii Baptist Academy, Hawaii Preparatory Academy, Ho'ala Hongwanji Mission, Iolani, Kamehameha, La Pietra, Lutheran High, Maryknoll, Our Redeemer Lutheran, Punahou, Sacred Hearts Academy, St. Louis, St. Andrews Priory and Varsity International.

The Preschool Open Doors Program is now accepting applications for preschool tuition assistance. Applications will be accepted from 3- to 4-year-olds with special needs. Families accepted into the program can choose any licensed preschool for their child to attend and will receive a monthly subsidy based on family income.

The deadline to submit applications is Oct. 20. For an application, call 587-5254 or toll-free on the neighbor islands at 1-800-746-5620.

Scoops, which runs Tuesday in Today, provides information on scholarships and opportunities for students and young adults. Send listings to: The Scoops, P.O. Box 3080, Honolulu 96802

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