November 2019
This week we welcome to the Thanksgiving table those who are near and dear to our hearts. At Current Affairs, all of the events that we produce are born from the spirit of true gratitude.

Whether it’s a company that wants to thank its employees or a bride and groom who wish to honor their relatives and friends, Clients come to us to create their most extraordinary expression of thankfulness. To be a part of a family or a company’s life in this manner is both a privilege and an honor.

We are deeply grateful to you for your friendship, Partnership, time and memories that we have shared in 2019.
Philip Richardson | Founder & CEO & Tiffany Richardson | President & Partner
Crazy Rich Cocktails for all
at Hawaii Food & Wine Festival
 So many of our events are private affairs. When we get to indulge in ones that welcome the general public, we love to get a little crazy. Our recent Partnership with the Hawaii Food & Wine Festival called “Crazy Rich Cocktails” was a festive beginning to the season of eat, drink and be merry.

Inspired by the opulent wedding scene of the 2018 hit movie Crazy Rich Asians, this year’s specialty event married Hawaii’s mastermind mixologists and celebrated Chefs for a glitzy and luxurious poolside soirée at the newly reimagined Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach.

Hawaii Business magazine explores the topic of women who lead family-owned business
AS PUBLISHED IN HAWAII BUSINESS MAGAZINE--Tiffany Richardson was born the year that her parents founded Current Affairs, a company that has created, designed and produced special events for 35 years. Last year she became Current Affairs’ president and a partner in its parent company, International Catering Concepts.


The USS Missouri is a battleship that has played a role in history including the Korean War and the Gulf War.   Of all of its roles, its greatest by far is the one that it played in ending World War II.


With thousands of openings and groundbreakings in Hawaii, no event is the same as we approach each with great reverence for the gifts that new spaces and places bring to Hawaii.