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Check teens for 5 signs of depression

It’s no secret that teenagers can be moody, but research shows that ongoing moodiness often is far more serious. New guidelines suggest screening all teens for depression starting at age 12. Read More

‘The Wiz’ at Paliku a bright, brilliant production

“The Wiz” at Paliku Theatre is an undeniable tribute to the late Ronald Bright, perpetuating the drama educator and mentor’s storytelling skills with an incredibly polished cast and formidable dance presence. Read More

Bamboo Ridge presents 40th anniversary book, readings, party

This autumn, the local independent, nonprofit Bamboo Ridge Press celebrates its 40th year with readings from its 113th Journal of Hawai‘i Literature and Arts. Read More

She Speaks: Parents give middle child assurance she’s loved

The last thing any mother or father wants is a child who feels ignored or feels the need to try extra hard to get noticed by her own parents. Read More

‘Hawaii Five-0’ to mark 50th anniversary with special tribute

Peter Lenkov, executive producer of the “Hawaii Five-0” reboot, always believed the pilot episode of the original series felt like a movie that belonged on the big screen. It’s finally happening, in a way. Read More

5 Things We Love

A shortlist of newly discovered stuff you have got to see, hear, wear, use or eat. Read More

In the Lineup: Lou Rosof is gone, but love lives on

On the last Sunday in August, the evening sun illuminated a folding chair in its usual spot on a front lawn. But Lou Rosof wasn’t there. Read More

Show Biz: Kevin McCollum bringing ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ to Broadway

Kevin McCollum, the former Honolulu resident whose Tony Award-winning Broadway credits include “Rent,” “Avenue Q,” “In the Heights” and “Something Rotten,” will produce the stage musical “Mrs. Doubtfire” based on the 1993 film that starred the late Robin Williams. Read More

K-Drama: Asian Games pre-empt KBFD shows

South Korean media coverage of the 18th Asian Games held in Jakarta and Palembang from Aug. 18 through Sept. 2 has led to the pre-emption of many regularly scheduled programs. Read More

On the Scene with Ginny Tiu

Ginny Tiu’s father always locked his piano before he went to work so that none of his seven children could “bang on it” when he was away. One day when Ginny was 3-1/2 he forgot. Tiu got her chance to play and her father became her first teacher. Read More

Eagles and Jack Johnson to perform at stadium

Legendary country-rockers the Eagles will perform at Aloha Stadium on Dec. 7, with Hawaii’s own Jack Johnson as the opening act. Read More

Oscars backtrack on plan for new popular film award

The organization that bestows the Academy Awards says it is suspending plans to award a new Oscar for popular films at the 2019 ceremony amid widespread backlash to the idea. Read More

New beach reads for littlest keiki

September is here, but summer doesn’t have to end for your youngest ones with new sun-soaked, beach-themed board books. Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Happy Time Murders’

Don’t be deceived by your fuzzy friends — this is NOT a movie for children. The material is way too sexually hardcore and violent for kids. Read More

Keiki Krafting: Sunflower Mason Jar

Keiki can add a “Happy Grandparents Day!” tag to this tissue-paper decoupage project, done on a mason jar. Read More

Parents at Play: New twists on classics

This week we review several clever updates to games you know well. Read More

Pearlridge hosts Keiki Conch Shell Blowing Contest

Listen to keiki give it their best try at the Pu Ha‘aheo (“cherish the conchshell with pride”) — 2nd annual Keiki Conch Shell Blowing Contest Sept. 15 at Pearlridge Center’s Downtown Center Court. Read More

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