Carl Wheeler admits to being a math geek. His love affair with numbers began early in life. Now at age 81, the retired math teacher continues to tutor math students at Kapiolani Community College and spends his summers assisting teachers in South Africa. Story »
In the spring, when Jane Kirton turned 70, her husband and a friend treated her to eight weeks of heart-pumping group workouts with a training program for the 15th annual Na Wahine Sprint Triathlon. Story »
In the midst of Kailua Canoe Club's impressive streak of four consecutive O‘ahu Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association titles notched between 2009 and '12, co-head coach Kathy Erwin was asked to explain the secret behind the club's success on the water. Story »
CHICAGO » There's a sense of urgency to the quest for workplace harmony, as baby boomers delay retirement and work side by side with people young enough to be their children — or grandchildren. Story »
It came as no surprise to those familiar with Clifford Chillingworth that following his retirement from the city's Ocean Safety Division, the waterman turned to outrigger canoe paddling as a way to satiate his devotion to the ocean. Story »
Linda Yuen finds her way to remote villages and always visits sites that are off the beaten path. She has visited all of the continents. So it's no wonder that the 85-year-old Honolulu resident was named one of National Geographic's Travelers of the Year in 2012. Story »
Eighty-two-year-old Nancy Kim is keeping active and staying healthy. That comes as much from a natural need to be on her feet as it does from her 60 years and counting in the health care industry. Story »
Not long after Betty Roth first gripped a golf club, the game took hold of her. That was some 66 years ago when she traded secretarial duties for golf lessons, and the game's allure has brought her back to the course time and again well into her 80s. Story »
Although librarians use the latest information technology for research, to classify reference materials and help students obtain information, Sylvia Mitchell regularly gets asked, "Now that we have Google, why do we need a library?" Story »
A growing number of people are finding themselves in the role of being a primary caregiver to older parents, partners or friends. For some the caregiving demands may last for a few days, several weeks or even for years. Story »
College isn't just for the young. With many people seeking a retirement that is culturally active and intellectually stimulating, colleges and universities are working to bring retirees to their campuses and towns. Story »
Jean Galloway believes the key to a healthy life lies in the ability to maintain a positive attitude. "There's a fine line between sickness and health," she said. "Life is a short journey, so it's important to live good, with a clear conscience. Life can be wonderful — it's up to you."
Faye Murata isn’t afraid to dress up in a flashy fish costume to liven up the Rhythm and Life Chair Exercise class she teaches at the Moiliili Community Center — or as a monkey, a sumo wrestler or the late singer Michael Jackson. Story »
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Enforcement Lax On Improper Signs
I spotted a huge side-of-building political ad against fluoridated water on Kapahulu Avenue. It does not qualify as a site-of-business ad under our law since it’s not advertising surfboards — the interior business. It’s advertising unfluoridated water. Read More »