Hawaii Tourism Authority will spend another $250K on troubled Center for Hawaiian Music and Dance.
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Hawaii Tourism Authority President and CEO John De Fries said the $250,000 allocation is to explore “the development of a virtual concept that would make Hawaiian music, dance, related histories and cultural storytelling available to the world online.”
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