By Mike Gordon firstname.lastname@example.org on January 26, 2016
By Mike Gordon email@example.com Posted on January 26, 2016
Motivation can come when a person least expects it, a reality check you never saw coming. For Brent Anbe, the 36-year-old casting associate for “Hawaii Five-0,” a photograph turned his life around.
By Alan Titchenal and Joannie Dobbs Posted on January 26, 2016
Our Jan. 12 article stressed the critical importance to health of providing the body with an adequate supply of all essential nutrients. To do this requires the intestine to absorb an adequate supply of these essential nutrients.
Craft beer has always been driven by innovation, risk and experimentation. Without craft brewers pushing the boundaries of flavor, we would still be a nation of light lagers and bland, similar tastes.
By Nadine Kam firstname.lastname@example.org on February 3, 2016
By Nadine Kam email@example.com Posted on February 3, 2016
The Nook Neighborhood Bistro opened in summer 2014 and quickly picked up a following due to its homey vibe and casual brunch offerings, which featured creative twists and an emphasis on sustainability.
‘A Melody to Remember,” a new South Korean film, was released Friday at Pearlridge Consolidated Theatres. Directed by Han Lee, the film is about a South Korean platoon leader played by Yim Si-wan, who loses his family and friends in the Korean War.
The movie “Hawaii” was released in theaters 50 years ago, though the struggle to bring the novel to the screen began in August 1959 when the Mirisch Corp. paid $600,000 to acquire the movie rights to James A. Michener’s 800-page book.
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 January 5, 2016
By Nancy Arcayna email@example.com Posted on January 5, 2016
Broaden your fitness options in 2016 with upbeat, fast-paced swing dancing. Lessons are offered through Hawaii Jitterbugs, a nonprofit organization that preserves and promotes swing dancing and the Lindy hop on Thursday nights at Ong King Art Center in Chinatown.
Reviews by John Berger firstname.lastname@example.org on February 7, 2016
Reviews by John Berger email@example.com Posted on February 7, 2016
Updated on February 6, 2016 at 5:21 pm
Harpist Megan Bledsoe Ward is joined by Noel Okimoto (vibraphone), Jon Hawes (bass) and Allan Ward (drums) in demonstrating the possibilities of using a harp as a jazz instrument in this self-titled debut album by the Pacific Harp Project.