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Letter: Rail must go past Middle Street

Stopping rail transit at Middle Street with a required transfer to the bus steals Leeward commuters’ time and guarantees that rail would fail. Read More

Editorial: City gives away too much for TOD

The city’s final draft plan for transit-oriented development in the bustling Ala Moana area notes a clear community desire for TOD to provide a “balance of housing types, including more affordable housing.” Read More

Letter: Return to values of Armistice Day

We need to restore Armistice Day as originally intended before being politically corrected to “Veterans Day.” Read More

Column: More affordable housing needed for our homeless veterans

The just-observed Veterans Day was a special day for us to remember those who have served and sacrificed to protect the freedoms and opportunities we all enjoy. Read More

The Man leaves legacy of superheroes

One doesn’t have to be a fan girl or fan boy to mourn the loss of the great Stan “The Man” Lee, who died Monday at 95; after all, the Marvel Universe has grown tremendously since Lee’s humble start as a comic-book writer. Read More

Letter: Balance of power can be restored

Your Wednesday headline read, “A Congress divided” (Star-Advertiser, Nov. 7). It is power, not Congress, that has been divided here. Divided as in shared, as it should be. Read More

Editorial: Natatorium plan could end dispute

The endless wrangling over the future of the World War I memorial — also known as the Waikiki Natatorium — has been a war in itself, probably requiring a memorial of its own when it finally winds down. Read More

Not quite 24K magic, but post-Bruno concerts cool

Until Bruno Mars lit up Aloha Stadium last week, no big-draw musical event had ever brought three shows to the venue, with some 110,000 seats sold. Read More

Column: Gold medal for Filipino veterans makes holiday extra special

This year’s Veterans Day takes on a special meaning for me, because of my experience with many living Filipino World War II veterans. Read More

Letter: Communities chose best candidates

It’s interesting to note that of the endorsements from the Star-Advertiser for Democrats, it missed the people’s choice in two important races. Read More

Column: A bold second-term education agenda

In his second term, Gov. David Ige can create new hope for students by advancing three evidence-based practices. Read More

Column: University of Hawaii students, educators still need books

In the simplest sense it is irrational, demoralizing and insulting to presume that government officials would better know which learning resources are appropriate in the classroom setting. Read More

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