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COURTESY ANDREW STUART
                                Photographger Henry Diltz, left, who attended the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and Mick Fleetwood, who lives on Maui, joined forces to open the Morrison Hotel Gallery

Lahaina’s new Morrison Hotel Gallery opens with classic photos of rock ’n’ roll greats

Lahaina’s new Morrison Hotel Gallery opens with classic photos of rock ’n’ roll greats

Briefs

Wedding Cafe to host planning seminars

The Wedding Cafe is kicking off its free Wednesday Night Workshops at the Ward Warehouse at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Read More
Updated on  July 22, 2016 at 6:00 pm

On the Scene

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                                Kathy Sakuma, left, Willie K, Consul General Yasushi Misawa and Yoko Misawa at the Kapiolani Park Bandstand.

Diplomatic guests at uke festival

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                                Kathy Sakuma, left, Willie K, Consul General Yasushi Misawa and Yoko Misawa at the Kapiolani Park Bandstand.

Updated on  July 23, 2016 at 12:25 am
John Berger’s “On the Scene“ photos run throughout the week. Contact him at jberger@staradvertiser.com. Read More

5 Things We Love

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Pop culture, island style come together

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Updated on  July 19, 2016 at 11:52 pm
I’m a born-and-raised island girl, and I like to shop local whenever I can. Hawaii Domestic Market sells creative clothing and accessories that capture the island spirit. Read More

Five-0 Redux

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Uncovering Kono Kalakaua

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Anyone who has even watched “Hawaii Five-0” knows that actress Grace Park, who plays Officer Kono Kalakaua, adds more to the team than just a touch of feminine beauty. Read More

Garden Party

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                                Roy Yamashiroya’s Salt Lake home features dozens of bonsai, including fruiting plants such as tangerine, Meyer lemon, calamansi, lime and starfruit trees. He uses aluminum wire to shape the plants.

Master gardener finds peace in meticulous care of bonsai trees

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                                Roy Yamashiroya’s Salt Lake home features dozens of bonsai, including fruiting plants such as tangerine, Meyer lemon, calamansi, lime and starfruit trees. He uses aluminum wire to shape the plants.
Roy Yamashiroya found a lifelong hobby after viewing a bonsai exhibit at Ala Moana Center more than 25 years ago. As he admired the intricate miniature plants, he knew he wanted to grow them. Read More

Good Fit

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                                Cristal Mortensen spots Sheri Gleason as she assumed a plank position on a Pilates apparatus known as the Trap.

Integrated Pilates improves golfer’s game and life

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                                Cristal Mortensen spots Sheri Gleason as she assumed a plank position on a Pilates apparatus known as the Trap.

Updated on  July 18, 2016 at 8:28 pm
Sheri Gleason stood barefoot on the mat in the airy Diamond Head studio where Cristal Mortensen teaches integrated Pilates, a program of low-impact exercises which focuses on strength, flexibility, balance and the connection between body and mind. Read More

Health Options

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Monitor hydration, training to stave off muscle cramps

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Updated on  July 11, 2016 at 7:48 pm
Do you get muscle cramps when you exercise? The combination of warmer weather and increased physical activity during the summer months raises the risk of experiencing muscle cramps. These cramps are commonly referred to as heat cramps or exercise-induced cramps. Read More

Cranky Dad

Unicorn’s legacy lives on in modern-day repairman

The appliance repairman recognized Mrs. G. when he walked into the kitchen. He had been to our house before, a little more than a year ago, and thought the address was familiar. Read More
Updated on  July 17, 2016 at 6:52 pm

Hawaii Gardens

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                                Po Hina Hina is a ground cover that should be trimmed for optimum growth performance and prevention of pest infestation.

Native pohinahina deftly veils ugly fences, even holds in eroding slopes

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL, MARCH 12, 2010
                                Po Hina Hina is a ground cover that should be trimmed for optimum growth performance and prevention of pest infestation.

Updated on  July 17, 2016 at 6:43 pm
Question: Can pohinahina be grown as a vine? I have an ugly chain-link fence and want to go native and xeric! Can it take strong wind and drought? — Mahalo, M.B.G., Hawaii Kai Read More

The Green Leaf

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                                The nonprofit organization Kupu Hawaii will begin bringing native plants to a burial ground on the west side of Hawaii island. Student interns pose for a photo at Kupu’s training facility at Kewalo Basin.

Youth volunteers to help restore Big Isle battlefield

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                                The nonprofit organization Kupu Hawaii will begin bringing native plants to a burial ground on the west side of Hawaii island. Student interns pose for a photo at Kupu’s training facility at Kewalo Basin.

Updated on  July 11, 2016 at 1:23 am
Dozens of youths from Kupu Hawaii, a Kakaako-based nonprofit, will be among the first volunteers to begin restoration work at the Kuamoo battlefield and burial grounds on the west side of Hawaii island. Read More

K-­Drama

Maintenance will interrupt Korean stations’ broadcasts

KBFD, KBS and Arirang will be off air from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday. Century Square, the building where the offices are located, will be conducting a scheduled maintenance that involves shutting down electrical power for all tenants. We ask for your kokua and understanding. Read More
Updated on  July 22, 2016 at 6:16 pm

Looking Back

COURTESY AJ MCWHORTER
                                Bob Sevey delivered his final newscast on July 4, 1986.

Sevey was top TV newsman during his years with KGMB

COURTESY AJ MCWHORTER
                                Bob Sevey delivered his final newscast on July 4, 1986.

Updated on  July 15, 2016 at 7:10 pm
Thirty long years have passed since television journalist Bob Sevey bid his final aloha to island news viewers. With Sevey at the helm, KGMB News had become the most watched local television news station. This month we look back at Sevey and his career. Read More

Show Biz

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                                Loretta Ables Sayre

Ables Sayre will wow crowd with a turn at the Blue Note

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                                Loretta Ables Sayre

Updated on  July 22, 2016 at 6:14 pm
Loretta Ables Sayre, a noted island jazz stylist before she became a Tony-nominated Broadway star, finally will make her debut at Blue Note Hawaii this fall. Read More

Wood Craft

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                                Amy Schumer, left, posed with a friend and a little girl they met at A Cup of Tea in Kailua on Saturday.

Emmy-nominated actress Schumer pops in at Kailua tearoom

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                                Amy Schumer, left, posed with a friend and a little girl they met at A Cup of Tea in Kailua on Saturday.

Updated on  July 21, 2016 at 6:40 pm
Amy Schumer caused a whirl of excitement at A Cup of Tea in Kailua on Saturday. Read More

Tryouts

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                                Kimo Pestana prepares his throw during a lawn bowling session at Ala Moana Beach Park.

Lawn bowling offers more than just a workout

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                                Kimo Pestana prepares his throw during a lawn bowling session at Ala Moana Beach Park.
When Nancy Miller visited the Honolulu Lawn Bowls Club in Ala Moana Park for the first time nearly six years ago, she felt like she’d stumbled on an urban oasis. Now she and her husband, Ray Yourcheck, are regulars. Read More

Sunday Comics

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Trouble in Paradise

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Updated on  July 24, 2016 at 1:51 am

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Nemu*Nemu: Blue Hawaii

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Updated on  July 16, 2016 at 8:07 pm

CalabashSunday Comics

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Calabash

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Updated on  July 24, 2016 at 1:51 am

Book Reviews

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Murder most foul — and most fun

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Updated on  July 22, 2016 at 6:21 pm
Victoria Kneubuhl, one of Hawaii’s acclaimed playwrights, begins her latest murder mystery with exciting action set in Shanghai, where Honolulu native Ned Manusia rescues and escapes with his seriously injured British friend while duping the opposition at every turn. Read More

She Speaks

Oahu’s fast and furious leaving aloha in the dust

Cruising down Likelike Highway on a late Saturday afternoon, the misty Koolaus as a backdrop, I caught a glimpse of a car in my rearview mirror rapidly accelerating behind me. Read More
Updated on  July 20, 2016 at 7:51 pm

In the Lineup

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                                Rabbit Kekai poses with competitors in the inaugural Rabbit Kekai Gromboard Contest at Waikiki Beach. The surf legend’s wisdom lives on in those he taught, including the columnist.

Tide turns, and it’s time to teach ways of the waves

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                                Rabbit Kekai poses with competitors in the inaugural Rabbit Kekai Gromboard Contest at Waikiki Beach. The surf legend’s wisdom lives on in those he taught, including the columnist.

Updated on  July 8, 2016 at 6:27 pm
On a recent windy evening, when I checked Suis after work, the ocean was a choppy, baleful green, and there were seven people out. But I saw a set from shore, so I went. Read More