Wendie Burbridge / Special to the Star-Advertiser on April 29, 2016
Wendie Burbridge / Special to the Star-Advertiser Posted on April 29, 2016
They say ignorance is bliss, and in the case of my level of knowledge about what a real-life hacker can do in today’s technologically advanced world, I rather enjoy living in a state of ill-informed euphoria. Read More
By Nancy Arcayna email@example.com on April 11, 2016
By Nancy Arcayna firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on April 11, 2016
Updated on April 10, 2016 at 8:23 pm
David Cheever doesn’t have a huge yard at his home in Pauoa, below Pacific Heights, but he made smart use of the available space to create a peaceful oasis with separate garden areas to enjoy with his wife, Cindy. There’s even a stand-alone garden room ideal for reading or taking a nap.
By Alan Titchenal and Joannie Dobbs Posted on April 26, 2016
A growing number of people feel that eating a diet only containing food considered “healthy” is the ideal. But this belief is not ideal and can contribute to health problems that are irreversible.
By Mike Gordon email@example.com Posted on April 25, 2016
Not many dogs wander freely through our neighborhood, so when we found the black terrier standing in the middle of the street, shaking with fear, we figured she was lost. We never thought she was being discarded.
Who doesn’t love gardenias? Most Hawaii people, and gardeners in general, swoon for their fragrance and floral perfection. It feels like summer to us when kiele, or gardenia, is in bloom. We cherish the flowers and like to grow them in our gardens.
PBS Hawaii signed on the air 50 years ago this week. The station that has entertained multiple generations of island residents with programs from “Sesame Street” to “Downton Abbey” is the subject of this month’s “Looking Back.”
Robert Cazimero, a master of Hawaiiana and hula, admits he’s trusting his heart and soul for his Blue Note Hawaii debut Friday at the Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort. Clearly, this is a step outside of his comfort zone.
Singer Jimmy Borges was looking good and standing taller than any player on the court as he was named an honorary member of the University of Hawaii basketball team and given Warriors jersey No. 1 on Jan. 6 at the Stan Sheriff Center.
By Nancy Arcayna firstname.lastname@example.org on April 5, 2016
By Nancy Arcayna email@example.com Posted on April 5, 2016
Updated on April 4, 2016 at 8:21 pm
As I inhaled a deep breath of air, preparing to blow a dart through a 47-inch-long tube, I felt like a ninja assassin. OK, so that’s a little dramatic, since I was really participating in fukiya and only trying to hit the bull’s-eye on a target about 20 feet away.