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Actors on new ‘Magnum, P.I.’ are dressed to thrill

While the wardrobe for the new “Magnum, P. I.” keeps things fresh, fans of the old show will see familiar items. Read More

Ables Sayre puts stamp on ‘Dolly!’

Loretta Ables Sayre has altered the Dolly Gallagher Levi playbook to suit her lower vocal register and plus-size profile, enabling her to put a personal spin on the titular figure of “Hello, Dolly!” Read More

Streetlight Cadence plays for food in new TV series

For its selfie-oriented millennial generation of fans, the Streetlight Cadence alt-folk-pop band is prepping to launch “Will Play for Food,” 7 p.m. Wednesday on KFVE-TV. Read More

Show Biz: Hit Broadway shows cast a blind eye to color, gender

Last week, we reviewed “Carousel,” “Hello, Dolly!,” “SpongeBob Squarepants” and “Pretty Woman;” we continue the Broadway coverage, with more flashes of color-blind casting plus gender-bending. Read More

In the Lineup: More than gender determines winners in the surf

You get attached to a place where people know you and are more likely to share waves. Read More

On the Scene With Dita Holifield

Texas-born Dita Holifield will introduce a second Salem Media country music station. She calls it “Real Country.” Read More

K-pop stars part of delegation visiting N. Korea for summit

Ties between North and South Korea are warming up with recent summits, cultural exchanges and dialogue for what many see as a step closer to reunification in the peninsula. Read More

She Speaks: Chopsticks everywhere make life a breeze

I am almost never without a pair of chopsticks — in my handbag, in my car, at my work desk. I can’t remember when I started doing it, but they’ve become a necessity. Read More

Things We Love: Hawaiian motifs, flowers that don’t die, and more

A shortlist of newly discovered stuff you have got to see, hear, wear, use or eat, written by staffers from the Star-Advertiser. Read More

Honolulu police bring aloha to national #LipSyncChallenge

HPD officers — some burly, some veteran and even one with graceful hula hands — have posted their official video “Serving and Protecting with ALOHA.” Read More

Ko Olina Children’s Fest offers fun with a Mexican twist

A number of fun family activities planned for the 5th annual Ko Olina Children’s Festival, Saturday at Ko Olina Resort. Read More

Girls learn tech skills at Kalani day camp

“Run by girls, for girls” — that’s the empowering motto of GTEC (Girls in Technology, Engineering and Computing) Academy, a five-day robotics camp taking place next month at Kalani High School. Read More

Take a trip back in time at Hawaiian Mission Houses

Family Day Open House Saturday would be the perfect time to visit the Mission Houses Museum — it’s one of only two days a year the site offers free admission. Read More

Keiki Krafting: Musubi Ornament

Kids can make a musubi pin to wear to this weekend’s Rice Fest or modify it to hang on the Christmas tree in a few months. Read More

List your event for free in our Halloween Fun Guide

Planning some Halloween mischief for the month of October? Tell us about haunted houses, costume contests and other events. Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Nun’

“The Nun” is spooky and scary, but not so bad that mature tweens can’t handle it. Read More

Magnum Reloaded: Sunset on the Beach welcomes ‘Magnum P.I.’ to the ohana

The casts of “Magnum” and “Hawaii Five-0” seemed to share a feeling of awe while being cheered and surrounded by fans at the red-carpet event. Read More

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