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Island Images

For Monday, October 7, 2013

By Star-Advertiser Photographers

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LAST UPDATED: 11:28 p.m. HST, Oct 06, 2013

John Chisholm directs and photographs just married, Yoshinao and Maiko Osako at Kailua Beach. The newly married couple are from Yokohama, Japan.
John Chisholm (with hat) directs and photographs just married, Yoshinao and Maiko Osako at Kailua Beach. He is helped by Kimino Bryant. The newly married couple are from Yokohama, Japan.
Leonard Chung and his grandson, Kainoa Chung, 3, hung out together along Lusitana St. on Thursday afternoon. Chung had just finished giving Kainoa a haircut just like his.
Dance partners Lorena Morales & Steven J. KoneffKlatt and Elizabeth Briones, & Benny Valles of the dance group Costa De Oro, ballet folklorico from San Lorenzo, CA, took to the stage at the Kapiolani Park Bandstand as part of the Hispanic Heritage Festival and Health Fair.
Jose Jimenez adds some onion to the chicken tacos and steak tacos at the Serg's Mexican Kitchen food booth at the Hispanic Heritage Festival and Health Fair at Kapiolani Park.
Cheryl Newman of the dance group Costa De Oro, ballet folklorico from San Lorenzo, CA, took to the stage at the Kapiolani Park Bandstand as part of the Hispanic Heritage Festival and Health Fair. The Costa De Oro dance group is dedicated to the preservation of Mexican traditions and culture - they performed dances originating in different states of Mexico, each with its own style.
Cheryl Newman and Steven J. KoneffKlatt of the dance group Costa De Oro, ballet folklorico from San Lorenzo, CA, took to the stage at the Kapiolani Park Bandstand as part of the Hispanic Heritage Festival and Health Fair.
Dance partners Steven J. KoneffKlatt and Elizabeth Briones of the dance group Costa De Oro, ballet folklorico from San Lorenzo, CA, took to the stage at the Kapiolani Park Bandstand as part of the Hispanic Heritage Festival and Health Fair.
The University of Hawaii at Manoa’s School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology welcomed thousands of schoolchildren and keiki of all ages Friday to its 12th biennial SOEST Open House. Alii­olani School student Antonice Burwell, above, reacted as her line toss missed a buoy and knocked down a whale poster instead.
Wai‘alae Elementary Public Charter School students Mandy Williams, left, Kaiona Orr and Christen Horita chatted with research scientist Karen Kosiba about the Doppler on Wheels radar truck in which Kosiba works. The radar unit is sponsored by the National Science Foundation and usually is based in Boulder, Colo.
Nathan Gebbie, 8, rode a tire swing Thursday afternoon at Kailua Beach Park as his sister, Jasmine, 13, pushed him. The siblings are visiting for 10 days from Bangkok for a family reunion.
Joonseo Moon, 7, was ready to catch a football passed by his uncle Dean Oka­moto during an outing Thursday at Kaimuki Park. It was Joonseo’s first time learning to pass and catch.
Fifth- and sixth-graders from Halau Lokahi Public Charter School posed for a photograph Wednesday with artist Hilton Alves, who is painting “the planet’s largest wave mural” off Waiakamilo Road in Kalihi. The mural measures more than 14,000 square feet and is the first of 101 wave murals that Alves aims to complete to surpass artist Wyland’s 100 whaling walls project. Alves is pictured in the foreground carrying Makana Meyer, 10. Also in front are Shane Nahoi, 11, Blaze Sumiye, 10, Lokelani Kukuewa, 10, Kaleb Mahuka-Lono, 10, Kanoe Kina, 10, Ialeah Phill, 10, and Rell Kina, 10. In the back are Isaiah Lucas, 10, Bryson Yaji-Lewis, 11, Shayliana Lyman, 10, Liloa Kalima, 11, Hiilani Castro-Bentonio, 11, and Myra Seymour, 11. In the far back is lift operator Brian Wyland and title sponsor Barry Castle. The mural will be completed on Saturday with a celebration party set for 5 p.m.
SUN CATCHER: The morning sun shone on a sailboat Monday off Kahanamoku Beach by the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki.
SUN CATCHER: The morning sun shone on a sailboat Monday off Kahanamoku Beach by the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki.
Hanale Bishop, left, owner of Homestead Poi, and Jonathan Kema, manager at Kokua Market, performed Sunday at the Owner’s Appreciation Weekend at the natural foods cooperative in Moiliili. The event also featured free coffee, cheese tasting, fresh food and discounts in the store.
A bodyboarder caught some air and attention on Saturday at Log Cabins on Oahu’s North Shore. Waves with 10-foot faces made for a spectacular launch.
Soaring at Log Cabins: A bodyboarder caught some air and attention on Saturday at Log Cabins on Oahu’s North Shore. Waves with 10-foot faces made for a spectacular launch.
SURFBOARD ESCORT:  Newlyweds Naoki and Aki Murakawa encountered a pair of surfers as they crossed Kalakaua Avenue with their wedding guests on Oct. 11. They wore spectacles that marked them as "bride"
SURFBOARD ESCORT: Newlyweds Naoki and Aki Murakawa encountered a pair of surfers as they crossed Kalakaua Avenue with their wedding guests on Oct. 11. They wore spectacles that marked them as "bride" and "groom," while their guests held letters that spelled out "HAPPY."
Bike Share It wasn’t quite a bicycle built for two, but two friends made the most of what they had Thursday, sharing a ride along Piikoi Street.
A LESSON IN EXPRESSION: Siera Titer, 14, vocalized her support at the14th annual "Lights on Afterschool" rally at the state Capitol on Thursday. About 150 public and charter school students attended the event, which attempts to raise awareness of the importance of after-school programs.
Bali, a Jack Russell-beagle mix owned by Susie Turner of Hono­lulu, rode a skateboard along the sidewalk Sunday near Waikiki Beach.





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