By Betty Shimabukuro email@example.com on October 17, 2017
By Betty Shimabukuro firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on October 17, 2017
Updated on October 17, 2017 at 4:02 pm
Over many years of Octobers, I’ve presented many recipe ideas for Halloween. This year I thought I’d turn to the root of Halloween, Mexico’s Day of the Dead and the traditional pan de muerto, bread of the dead.
By Erika Engle, Special to the Star-Advertiser on October 3, 2017
By Erika Engle, Special to the Star-Advertiser Posted on October 3, 2017
Updated on October 4, 2017 at 10:24 am
Ever since March 1, 2001, when I walked into the newsroom of the plucky Honolulu Star-Bulletin — it was two weeks away from its launch as a newspaper separate from the Honolulu Advertiser — I have felt lucky.
By Mindy Pennybacker email@example.com on October 22, 2017
By Mindy Pennybacker firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on October 22, 2017
Updated on October 21, 2017 at 6:20 pm
For many Hawaii residents, the volcano-spewn gases and particles known as vog bring asthma, coughing, headaches, skin rashes and irritated eyes, but our local haze was overshadowed by the thick, toxic black smoke that blackened California skies and rained ash as far south as San Francisco Bay.
By Dave Reardon email@example.com on October 20, 2017
By Dave Reardon firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on October 20, 2017
Updated on October 20, 2017 at 3:03 pm
Throughout the 2016-17 season he sat on the bench in street clothes. He was at once a reminder of the good old days and a harbinger of a potentially bright future for the University of Hawaii basketball team.
By Christie Wilson email@example.com on October 22, 2017
By Christie Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on October 22, 2017
The Oct. 31 holiday was always a big deal in my family, but not so much for my husband, Jim, when he was a lad. I suspect he’s making up for lost time with a never-ending series of Halloween pranks.
By John Berger email@example.com on October 22, 2017
By John Berger firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on October 22, 2017
Updated on October 20, 2017 at 1:59 pm
John Landovsky retired as owner and director of Hawaii State Ballet last month. He plans to split his time between Honolulu and Asheville, N.C., enjoying the change of seasons and participating in tennis and pickle ball tournaments.
If Gov. David Ige and his advisers really think his low voter approval and perceived vulnerability are only because he hasn’t communicated his success, they could face a grim primary election night.