Kelsey Ann Murobayashi, 17, of Mililani, has a potential solution for all the woes that automobiles bring with them: traffic, parking demands, fuel consumption and accidents, some of them fatal. Story »
Though Michel’s may be small in size, its food looms large in popularity and reputation. Impeccable is the operative word at Michel’s, which boasts classic tableside service, high-quality ingredients.
Best Fall Fair: 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Ewa Community Church, 91-1258 Renton Road, with crafts, baked goods, food, rummage sale, collectibles and more. Call 681-3471 or email email@example.com. Story »
The Hawaii Friends of Sabeel, the Muslim Association of Hawaii, the Hawaii Coalition for Justice in Palestine and various other organizations and University of Hawaii departments and centers will host three events featuring Noura Erakat, an international human rights attorney and activist. Story »
The Catholic Diocese of Honolulu's Prison Ministry is collecting donations to bring together children and their incarcerated mothers at the Women's Community Correctional Center on Oahu for a Christmas party. Story »
Tom and Rosamond Miller enjoy spending most of their time at home in their enclosed lanai, a veritable greenhouse filled with potted plants and an eclectic collection of knickknacks. It's a place full of memories.
The holiday season is just around the corner, and for too many people that means 5 to 10 pounds of weight gain that will inevitably lead to a New Year's resolution to crash-diet. Wouldn't it make more sense to start those health and fitness resolutions at the beginning of the holidays instead of at the end? Story »
‘HOSTESSES’ RECALL OLD HAWAIIAN DAYS
Ruth Lung, left, Patsy Hicks, Elsie Palafox, Libby Antone and Ivanelle Choy reminisced about flying for Hawaiian Airlines in the 1950s — when they were known as “hostesses” and the standard passenger plane was the 1930s-vintage DC-3 — as several generations of former Hawaiian Airlines crew members celebrated the carrier’s 85th anniversary Saturday at the Ala Moana Hotel. For more on the party, see Ben Wood’s next “Wood Craft” column Sunday.
John Berger’s On the Scene photos run throughout the week. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first thing filmmaker John Sullivan thought after reading the script for "Fort Bliss" was that he had never read anything better. Its main character, Maggie Swann, is a decorated Army medic who is struggling to emotionally reconnect with her young son. Story »
Jon Anderson's contributions to the radio, television and newspaper business on Guam have made him a media icon. This month we look back at Anderson's career, which included several years in Hawaii during the 1960s. Story »
Kale is all the rage today, in green drinks, sauteed with garlic and in all kinds of ono preparations. One plant that is even easier to grow than kale and has many of the same health benefits is Okinawan spinach. Story »
For professional dancer Cara Horibe, impending motherhood is no reason to stop moving. After all, dancing is a part of her life. "Everyone keeps asking me, so are you still teaching?" said Horibe, who is seven months' pregnant. Story »
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and it's time to start thinking about the beverages. To complete your festive meal, you'll want a drink that will work with all of those classic dishes, from turkey and gravy to cranberry sauce. Story »
Thanksgiving approaches, time for my annual mash-up of recipes and charity. This is our eighth year of offering the five top "By Request" recipes of the year as a benefit for the Star-Advertiser's Good Neighbor Fund, which provides aid to families in need. Story »
Sometimes I regret my offer to bake for a friend's birthday. I've had several friends forgo the traditional cake in favor of pie. While I do love a layer cake, I can muster up great pies: pecan, pumpkin, lemon meringue, French silk or any number of creamy, fattening pies. Story »
Three books out this month offer entertainment and enlightenment on different planes. They're suitable for Christmas gifts, too. … Jack Cione's "Repotting Can Be Such a Bitch" is a candid confessional from the entrepreneur most remembered for those naked waiter shows at the old Dunes club. Story »
This past Friday marked my father's 80th birthday. I am writing about him because Kea Sung Chung is the founding father of KBFD. Starting the broadcast station in 1986 was extremely risky for my father, who placed all his eggs in one basket, a business practice everyone tells you to avoid. Story »
"Kawaiokalena" Keali‘i Reichel (Punahele Productions) • "Our Treasured Memories" Society of Seven (Society of Seven) • "The Real Thing" I.A. featuring Mike Izon (no label) • "Lost in Paradise" Greenwood (Forest in Leaf) • "An Ukulele Christmas 2" Various artists (Neos Productions) Story »
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