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Friday, October 31, 2014         

Two Puna residents who showed reporters cooling lava attached to golf clubs and egg beater they said they got from the flow from Kilauea Volcano were arrested for investigation of trespassing in a restricted area "near active lava." Story »


Hawaii men's basketball associate head coach Benjy Taylor will coach for the duration of the 2014-15 season. Story »


A shark attacked a 34-year-old Kailua-Kona woman Friday while she was surfing at Halaula Lighthouse in North Kohala, Hawaii County police said.  Story »

 
What will bring visitors back to Hawaii once they've experienced its famous sun, sand and surf? And, how can the state get first-timers to visit if they aren't beachgoers? Story »

Movie Review: 'Birdman' of razzmatazz
In "Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)," Michael Keaton is something of a cross between an aging Icarus and the emperor with no clothes — metaphorical until the tighty-whitey Times Square streak. Story »
Resilience is more than an individual personal trait, it's a collective community asset, one that must be learned, taught and handed down through the generations.  Story »

An Oct. 15 Washington Place reception served as a preview for Amy Hanaiali'i and Willie K's appearance as guests of the Hawaii Pops, as the organization kicks off its new season. "This (album) is the first major project we've done in a while," Hanaiali'i said. "We hadn't worked together in 10 years."   Story »

Spacecraft for tourists explodes on test flight

A winged spaceship designed to take tourists on excursions beyond Earth's atmosphere exploded during a test flight Friday over the Mojave Desert, killing a pilot in the second fiery setback for commercial space travel in less than a week.

Kauai police warn about pot-laced Halloween candy

Kauai police are warning parents about marijuana-laced Halloween candy.

WWII plane crash site might lie under Ewa Beach golf course

Out at the Hoakalei Country Club in Ewa Beach, near the 18-hole golf course's clubhouse, may be something that definitely doesn't belong: the hastily buried remains of a Japanese aircrew whose dive bomber went down Dec. 7, 1941, during the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Rearview Mirror: Brown's grave markers signify 1 love of his life

Last month I wrote about Francis H. I'i Brown, Hawaii's greatest golfer. Teddi Hussey wrote in to say she was related to Francis' longtime girlfriend, Winona Nancy Love, who was a well-regarded hula dancer.


Hanaiali'i, Willie K release 'Reunion' after hiatus

An Oct. 15 Washington Place reception served as a preview for Amy Hanaiali'i and Willie K's appearance as guests of the Hawaii Pops, as the organization kicks off its new season. "This (album) is the first major project we've done in a while," Hanaiali'i said. "We hadn't worked together in 10 years."

Winning Halloween video merges horror with humor

Scaring people and then making them laugh may not be the classic model for a horror movie, but don't bother telling Aiea writer Courtney Takabayashi and her friends. They had so much fun making their first video, "March On," that they want to make another one.

Arnold is determined to clear his name

In an interview that ranged between the manner of his firing as head men's basketball coach to the current ineligibility of Fotu, Arnold was at his most emotional speaking of what the Rainbow Warriors might have been under his leadership in the upcoming season.

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The Star-Advertiser's Stephen Tsai talks about the keys to the Rainbow Warriors' game against Utah State on Saturday at Aloha Stadium.

 

 Ige wins over Abercrombie allies
Many political donors and interest groups that had supported Gov. Neil Abercrombie in the past have gravitated toward state Sen. David Ige since the Democratic primary, a shift that has benefitted Ige's campaign both politically and financially. Story »
With unruly, chunky waves in the 6- to 8-foot range, Haiku, Maui's Billy Kemper earned a decisive heat win in the event that serves as a qualifier for the upcoming, prestigious Vans Triple Crown of Surfing.  Story »

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 Hawaii's Backyard: Princeville Ranch tours explore off-road thrills
"The adventure begins where the asphalt ends" is how Princeville Ranch Adventures (PRA) promotes its two new off-road tours. Karin Carswell Guest, who owns the company with her husband, Jeff, found that was indeed the case in February. Story »
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RECIPE: Kai Choy Pork Soup
Local boy Taz Vegas of Nanakuli can cook — and he can sing. Here is some simple comfort food that will taste even better the next day. Mahalo, Taz, for the great recipe! Read More »
 
Splendor of China
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