By Lee Cataluna firstname.lastname@example.org on December 11, 2016
By Lee Cataluna email@example.com Posted on December 11, 2016
Updated on December 11, 2016 at 12:28 am
You would not believe the amount of Mylar kids throw away. At one little school, they calculated 80,000 pieces a year. And that’s a school that’s paying attention to the problem and trying to make changes.
By Betty Shimabukuro firstname.lastname@example.org on December 6, 2016
By Betty Shimabukuro email@example.com Posted on December 6, 2016
Updated on December 6, 2016 at 5:41 pm
When Thanksgiving rolled around, my gluten-sensitive friend Mary asked for stuffing and gravy made just for her, so she could enjoy the parts of the feast that she considers better than the turkey.
By Erika Engle firstname.lastname@example.org on November 29, 2016
By Erika Engle email@example.com Posted on November 29, 2016
Updated on November 30, 2016 at 5:34 am
It’s not every year that a Hawaii-grown chef is mentioned in a regional Michelin guide, but it has happened two years in a row for Bryan Nagao, whose Town restaurant in Hong Kong is cited amid the rarefied ink.
By Ferd Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on December 7, 2016
A few moments into his postgame press conference, coach Eran Ganot expressed heartfelt appreciation for the national TV exposure Tuesday night’s Pearl Harbor Invitational brought his University of Hawaii basketball team.
By Dave Reardon email@example.com on December 11, 2016
By Dave Reardon firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on December 11, 2016
Updated on December 10, 2016 at 10:44 pm
Joe Onosai is a pastor who went to University High and starred in football for Pac-Five and the University of Hawaii. Later, among many other occupations, he performed incredible feats in the televised World’s Strongest Man competition.
By John Berger email@example.com on December 11, 2016
By John Berger firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on December 11, 2016
Malani Bilyeu was a 26-year-old Vietnam vet when he and three friends formed Kalapana. The quartet became second only to Cecilio & Kapono as the biggest contemporary local music group of the 1970s.
With the Republican takeover of Washington, D.C., the local GOP is crying about Hawaii being out of step because of our all-Democratic congressional delegation.
Yes, Hawaii would probably benefit from having a Republican voice on Capitol Hill, as the late U.S. Sen. Hiram Fong and former U.S. Rep. Pat Saiki once provided.