By Nancy Arcayna email@example.com on July 18, 2016
By Nancy Arcayna firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on July 18, 2016
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.
By Jason Genegabus email@example.com on July 26, 2016
By Jason Genegabus firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on July 26, 2016
Updated on July 25, 2016 at 9:26 pm
Hawaii Kai resident Jeff Shonka is well versed in risk management practices thanks to his role as president and chief executive officer of First Insurance Co. of Hawaii. But it didn’t dawn on him until last year that he needed to manage his own health to minimize the risks of age-related ailments.
By Nina Wu email@example.com on July 11, 2016
By Nina Wu firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on July 11, 2016
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.
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.
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.
By Nancy Arcayna email@example.com on July 12, 2016
By Nancy Arcayna firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on July 12, 2016
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.
Review by Marion Lyman-Mersereau Special to the Star-Advertiser on July 24, 2016
Review by Marion Lyman-Mersereau Special to the Star-Advertiser Posted on July 24, 2016
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.