See a gallery of photos from yesterday’s Career Day Fair at Honolulu Community College by Ka La photographer Dareal Barcelona.
By Jonah Carino
“If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur.” – Red Adair
The school’s new catalog for the 2014-2015 school year is available online this year, officials said today.
To see the online version, go to : http://www2.honolulu.hawaii.edu/?q=node/12
The printed version of the catalog is expected to be available in a few weeks.
Director: Joe Russo, Anthony Russo
Review: The Russo brothers balanced action and storytelling flawlessly in this installment of the sequel to Marvel’s Captain America.
When crisis threatens New York, Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), is thrown back into the Captain America suit to defend a S.H.I.E.L.D colleague that places the whole world at risk. As he struggles to cope in the 21st century he is joined by the Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and a new ally, Falcon (Anthony Mackie), together battling to expose a conspiracy. In the midst of this, the team are faced against an unexpected threat from old history: the Soviet agent known as the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan).
This film served as great entertainment with its quick-witted cast and numerous ‘didn’t see that coming’ twists. Evans effortlessly brings Captain America’s struggle to accept the world he has been thrusted upon to live in on screen. The Russo brothers bring back characters from previous Marvel installments, all of them shone in their respective roles: Samuel L. Jackson was brilliant and did his character justice while Scarlett Johansson showed herself to be excellent Marvel material.
The film delved deeper and expanded on an already great story that was explored in the first Captain America, blending new characters such as the stone cold bionic assassin, the Winter Soldier, and the Captain’s humorous and devoted partner, Falcon.
At 128 minutes, this film will keep you inching off your seat. The scenes were very intense and felt realistic. There were a few times when the movie felt a bit drawn out, but the gorgeous action scenes and impressive dialogue really held the audience’s attention and kept them intrigued. However, the timeline was a bit unclear at times. For a number of scenes, it was hard to tell whether it had been days or months or years that had passed since the last time a given character had been on screen.
Despite the films minor shortcomings, Captain America: The Winter Soldier possesses great visuals, one-liner humor, and phenomenal action— and well worth a few hours of your time.
Tonight you’ll be able to look up at the stars and watch the moon bleed.
The first lunar eclipse of 2014 makes its dramatic appearance starting at 6:53 p.m., but Bishop Museum cautions that there will be no change in the moon’s appearance until 7:58 p.m.
Then the change should start to be noticeable, and the full eclipse will begin 9:06 p.m., and last for 75 minutes.
Total lunar eclipses such as this are sometimes called “blood moons” because of their striking appearance — ranging from a vibrant orange to blood red.
Unlike solar eclipses, lunar eclipses are safe to watch with the naked eye.
If you miss tonight’s show, don’t worry. There will be another full eclipse visible in Hawaii on Oct. 8.