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Amy Schumer hospitalized for nausea, cancels Dallas show

Schumer and her husband, Chris Fischer, announced in late October that they were expecting their first child together. Read More

In the Lineup: A peek at books by surfers’ bedsides

Wondering what else surfers were reading, I asked a few local wave riders about the books by their bedsides. Read More

5 Things We Love: Chocolate

A shortlist of newly discovered stuff written by staffers from the Star-Advertiser. Read More

Review: A must-have field guide informs on Maui sacred sites

A review of Van James’ “Ancient Sites of Maui, Moloka‘i, and Lana‘i: A Guide to Hawaiian Archaeological and Cultural Places.” Read More

K-Drama: Hawaii International Film Festival has robust Korean lineup

The 38th-annual Hawaii International Film Festival kicked off Wednesday with an opening reception at the Halekulani hotel and a Thursday screening of the opening-night film, “Shadow.” Read More

On the Scene with Kapono Na‘ili‘ili

When Kapono Na‘ili‘ili is on stage with Moses Goods in Honolulu Theatre for Youth’s production of “Paniolo: Stories and Songs from the Hawaiian Cowboy,” he’s drawing on personal experience. Read More

Five-0 Redux: 200th episode of ‘Hawaii Five-0’ solidifies legendary status

The cast appears as characters from the 1940s as they investigate the cold case of a missing hula girl. Read More

Review: Bruno Mars makes his homecoming special for fans

Bruno Mars blows past the great expectations with a concert that combines high energy with high emotion. Read More

Kids invited to create ornaments for Keiki Kalikimaka contest

Hey kids! It’s time to break out the art supplies to help us trim our pages with your holiday creations. Read More

Parental Guidance: ‘Johnny English Strikes Again’

This cheeky comedy is appropriate for kids but too violent for the littlest ones. Read More

Free tennis events serve up fun for keiki

Children can try their hand — and swing — at tennis at two free events offering an opportunity to sample the sport with games and prizes. Read More

Autistic keiki can be themselves at upcoming Autism Society of Hawaii events

A pizza party and fun family flick are among two sensory-friendly events organized by the Autism Society of Hawaii. Read More

Parents at Play: Staying connected

Tech can bring us together or keep us apart. Here are two very cool new tech devices that focus on the former, and one that will just make your world a little more peaceful. Read More

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