Daniel Kramer

Red Cross in high gear

Red Cross in high gear

The Marshall Islands Red Cross will be the subject of a major review starting this weekend that will determine if the organization is ready for admission to international membership. A team of international and Pacific region Red Cross officials will be in RMI from September 15 to 24 to conduct a Joint Assessment Mission. If […]

LA band tours Majuro

LA band tours Majuro

“We’re just going to check out the water,” members of visiting ACIDIC Band said during an early breakfast at the Marshall Islands Resort Tuesday morning. Next thing you know, they’re swimming in the water — minutes before their first gig with Seventh Day Adventist and Majuro Cooperative School students. In short, if excitement and energy […]

Beach bash hits high note

Beach bash hits high note

HILARY HOSIA Having 50 Nauruan visitors fly to Majuro just to attend the Spring Break Laura Beach Bash last Saturday is testament that Power 103.5 FM impresario Daniel Kramer outdid himself yet again and should be dubbed the “master entertainer” of Majuro. Kramer orchestrated for YouTube sensation and rising South Pacific star Rosie Delmah and […]

Jack’s first Red Cross board meeting

Jack’s first Red Cross board meeting

The Marshall Islands Red Cross Society held its first board meeting with new Secretary General Jack Niedenthal at the helm Tuesday. Pictured back row are board members Daniel Kramer, Harry Herming, Simpson Lalej, Frederick Nysta, chair Dr. Alex Pinano, Witten Philippo, and Russell Langrine. In the front row are administration officer Telbi Jason, Secretary General […]

Powering up great sounds

Powering up great sounds

HILARY HOSIA Daniel Kramer should be recognized as the magician of the Marshallese music empire. Why so? Simple: One year. That’s how long it took Daniel to carry out the greatest musical feats in Marshallese history. Last summer, Daniel did the impossible when he reunited the famed Laura Settlers for a performance at Delap Park. […]

Bomb goes off in a Mili-second

Bomb goes off in a Mili-second

ISAAC MARTY Two Japanese sea mines, unexploded ordnance (UXO) dating from World War II, were detonated at Mili Atoll by visiting Golden West Humanitarian Foundation team late last month. RMI Historical Preservation Office (HPO) Grant Manager and Field Technician Steve Titiml said liquid explosives were used to destroy the Japanese sea mines that were found […]

New Year’s blast in Delap

New Year’s blast in Delap

Daniel Kramer’s goal to “make things more exciting” was more than accomplished with the huge New Year’s Eve celebration at Delap Park last weekend, an event that he honchoed. Billed as the Delap Park New Year’s Block Party, it exceeded expectations for great music and entertain, with thousands of Majuro residents flocking to the park […]