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Friday, July 11, 2014         

The magnitude 6.8 earthquake hit Japan's northern coast near the nuclear power plant crippled in the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Story »


Ending a saga that had the NBA virtually at a standstill while he made up his mind, LeBron James told Sports Illustrated for a story published Friday that he's decided to go home.  Story »


The full moon Friday night into Saturday will appear to be unusually big. In fact, it will be a "supermoon." Story »

 
Regal Entertainment Group will add to moviegoers' options by opening a 12-screen theater at Kapolei Commons, just a block away from a 16-screen theater run by rival Consolidated Theatres. Story »

Movie Review: Ape-pocalypse
"Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" is an action-packed epic, a moving sci-fi allegory rendered in broad, lush strokes by the latest state of the computer animator's art. Yes, you will believe a chimp can talk, ride a horse and fire a machine gun. Story »
Three days into shooting its new season, and the CBS crime drama "Hawaii Five-0" is already having a week to remember. Thursday the series was nominated for two Emmy Awards, one for stunts and the other for visual effects. Story »

The two-week series of hearings aimed at giving the federal government guidance on the issue of Hawaiian sovereignty have ended, stirring many emotional, largely thoughtful responses to the questions posed by a panel of the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI). Story »

Hawaii's Best 2014

Abercrombie, Ige tangle over policy

Gov. Neil Abercrombie offered a strenuous defense of his first term in a debate Thursday night while state Sen. David Ige insisted there has been a lack of leadership from Washington Place.

Stadium concepts criticized

The state should not limit itself to a smaller seating capacity when replacing 50,000-seat Aloha Stadium, several speakers told the Aloha Stadium Authority during a public meeting at the facility Thursday night.

Pilot's namesake wistful as quest nears its end

Amelia Earhart finally landed Thursday in Honolulu on her quest to fly around the world. No, not that Amelia Earhart. She still remains one of aviation's great mysteries after her plane disappeared near Howland Island in the Central Pacific 77 years ago.

Deedy retrial begins, with some changes

The cast of characters and arguments are largely the same, but a pair of recent state Supreme Court decisions could color the retrial of State Department special agent Christopher Deedy.

TGIF: M.Pire brings K-pop to Korean Festival

Korean culture tops this weekend's list of big events in family entertainment as the Hawaii Korean Chamber of Commerce presents the annual Korean Festival at Magic Island (a new location this year, as improvements are underway at Kapiolani Park).

Ferd's Words: A Hall of Famer at 21? Even Moore was a bit surprised

As a 14-year-old on the way to surfing competitions at Huntington Beach, Calif., Carissa Moore would pause and inspect with awe the hand imprints of the legendary surfers pressed into the concrete along Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway.

Name in the News: David Striph

David Striph didn't rise in the ranks at Howard Hughes Corp. quickly; it happened instantaneously. Well into his career in real estate financing for a bank, he struck up a friendship over a major loan with David Weinreb and Grant Herlitz, who at the time wore different hats.

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13th annual Korean festival
Korean culture tops this weekend’s list of big events as the Hawaii Korean Chamber of Commerce presents the annual Korean Festival at Magic Island. Story »
 'Experience' is byword of campaign
For U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa, the Democratic primary against U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz drills down to experience. The two Democrats both entered state politics in 1998 Story »
 Soccer: Viewing parties all over Honolulu
Some things are just better when shared with a crowd — like Sunday's 2014 World Cup final between Germany and Argentina. Hawaii futebol fans can tune in to live coverage on KITV starting with the prematch show at 7 a.m.  Story »
 

Hawaii's Best 2014








 Hawaii's Backyard: Relax away from TVs and phones at the Mauian
Psssst … wanna know a secret? The Mauian is one of the best options for a laid-back, low-key Hawaii getaway. Although the 44-room hotel was one of the first to be built on the shores of Napili Bay, it has remained pretty much under the radar.  Story »
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