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She Speaks: Welcoming new member of family a tough choice

There’s a lot to think about when welcoming a new family member into the fold. The biggest item is probably cost. Young things also tend to be rambunctious, so protecting the house is another factor. Read More

Show Biz: Robert Cazimero serves up early holiday cheer at Blue Note Hawaii

Robert Cazimero may have been the first of the Waikiki troupers to sing a Yuletide song this season; it happened at his Oct. 25 Blue Note Hawaii gig. Read More

K-Drama: Rapper CL, Black Eyed Peas drop new single, ‘Dopeness’

South Korean singer CL, formerly with girl group 2NE1 under YG Entertainment, has just released a song in the U.S. with the Black Eyed Peas. Read More

Five-0 Redux: 2 heavy blows dealt to Five-0 test bonds of loyalty

Friendships are put to the test when McGarrett breaks the rules to find out why a friend has been killed, and Adam faces difficult hurdles. Read More

Parental Guidance: ‘Halloween’

“Halloween” is too violent for kids, but there’s plenty of spooky slasher horror fun for teens. Read More

Parents can relax while kids play at Discovery Center day camp

While kids catch wild Pokemon, parents can catch a break — and get some serious Black Friday shopping done. Kids Day Out: Pokemon Trainer’s Day Camp is Nov. 23 at Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center. Read More

Delve into Hawaiian mythology with books for keiki

Introduce your littlest ones to some of Hawaii’s most well-known legends with the new board books, “Maui Slows the Sun” and “Hi‘iaka Battles the Wind.” Read More

Hawaii’s cowboy history explored in ‘PANIOLO’

Explore a remarkable and significant period in Hawaii’s history in “PANIOLO Stories and Songs from the Hawaiian Cowboy,” Honolulu Theatre for Youth’s newest production premiering Friday at Tenney Theatre. Read More

Keiki Krafting: Turkey Napkin Ring / Placecard Holder

Learn how to make a Thanksgiving-themed napkin ring or placecard holder with this crafting project from HouseMart Ben Franklin Crafts. Read More

Magnum Reloaded: Finding long, lost love haunts Magnum’s present

The private investigator is hired by an aging tycoon to find his lost love who recently contacted him — except she died 30 years ago. Read More

Positively Young: Aging bodies crave movement for happiness

Find ways to move more, especially while cherishing the moment and immersing yourself in nature. Read More

Research shows low-carb diet could be dangerous

If you are one of the legions of dieters out there who have been religiously cutting carbs in an attempt to get lean and fit, you may be surprised by a recent study that showed that low-carb diets may not be healthy after all. In fact, they may be unsafe. Read More

Are open-plan offices really the best?

About 70 percent of U.S. offices are now set up with low or no partitions. The good news is that open-plan workers are more physically active and consequently less physically and emotionally stressed. However, not everyone agrees. Read More

How food affects mood, attitude

Height and weight are not the only criteria that determine how much and what foods you should eat. Your nutritional needs are also influenced by your activity level, age and your gender. Read More

The real story on taking daily aspirin

Here’s why you should talk to your doc about taking or continuing to take low-dose aspirin in order to prevent a first heart attack or stroke. Read More

Health Options: Give the gift you hope is never needed

This year has had an exceptional number of powerful hurricanes, typhoons and tropical storms around the world. Read More

Show Biz: Manoa Valley Theatre taps Waikiki stars to brighten dark nights

Manoa Valley Theatre, elevating its ongoing milestone 50th anniversary, has signed on a roster of six Waikiki marquee names to illuminate selected dark nights. Read More

K-Drama: 3 shows showcase actors cast as dual characters

A single actor playing the role of two characters in the same Korean dramas is nothing new, but it has been a formula for success in recent years. Read More

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