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The art of kamon from Japan

By Shirley Iida Family crests called kamon give valuable insight into Japanese genealogy and can help inspire future generations to trace their roots from hundreds of years ago. Some Japanese locals, like Bernice... Read more

Providing safe, accessible pest control

By Caroline Wright In Hawaii, we diligently protect our homes against a variety of natural disasters: wildfires, floods and tsunamis, to name a few. It’s sometimes easy to overlook the commonest threat, because... Read more

Islander Artichoke & Spinach Dip Recipe

King’s Hawaiian has been making irresistible, original recipe foods with Aloha Spirit since 1950. Here is our delicious Islander Artichoke & Spinach Dip recipe. From our ohana to yours! Ingredients 1 cup of... Read more

Oda laser procedure perfected peripheral neuropathy

It’s a common misconception that you only need to see a chiropractor when you’re already in pain. According to Dr. Aaries Oda, DC of Oda Ohana Chiropractic and Therapeutic Massage, going to the... Read more

Company rolls out quality flooring varieties, styles

By: Kyle Galdeira By offering industry-leading options from waterproof laminate varieties to soft-yet-durable carpet selections, Wayne’s Carpet makes it easy to revamp and refresh one’s home or business via a wide array of... Read more

‘Cool Roofs’ a specialty of award-winning roofer

One of the most efficient but often overlooked ways of reducing energy consumption in the home or workplace is installation of a “cool roof.” What makes a roof “cool?” Tropical Roofing and Raingutters... Read more

How to earn 10 times more from your savings

Boost your savings rates by storing your funds in a Certificate with the University of Hawai‘i Federal Credit Union (UHFCU). Voted as a finalist for “Hawai‘i’s Best 2018” Credit Union category, UHFCU consistently... Read more

The clear choice for top-notch windows

By Elima Pangorang For the penny-pincher that dwells within most consumers, it is more than likely that a poor decision on certain purchases resulted in an eventual waste of the same money that... Read more

Advance planning key to successful bathroom renovation

“Timing is everything!” That old adage is particularly applicable to bathroom remodeling. To ensure a smooth and successful project, one that moves forward on schedule and on budget, a preliminary consultation with an... Read more

Where to look for condos this summer

If you’ve been searching for a condo or townhome on Oahu and haven’t found “the one” yet, take heart — this summer may bring some relief. More inventory means more options Thanks to... Read more

5 tips to perfect your grilling skills this summer

Summer is here and once again, King’s Hawaiian is celebrating the Summer of the Block Party with their Hamburger and Hot Dog Buns and delicious BBQ Sauces! The first step to an AWESOME... Read more

Beat the summer heat with ‘cool roofing’

Summer will be officially here in just about a month, and with the summer season comes some of our hottest weather. If your home is not currently benefiting from cool roofing technology, there’s... Read more

Local credit union offers flood relief

As our islands recover from multiple rounds of heavy rain and flooding, the University of Hawai‘i Federal Credit Union (UHFCU) offers support to those who have been affected. With the possibility of hundreds... Read more

Be akamai with a worthy window investment

By Elima Pangorang For the penny-pincher that dwells within most consumers, it is more than likely that a poor decision on a purchase resulted in an eventual waste of the same money that... Read more

Remodeling projects done the easy way

Ready to start a bathroom remodeling project? Then, tyically, you will be faced with making dozens of decisions regarding fixtures, finishes, and design details. Chances are you’ve been researching the internet and its... Read more

Prime farmland offers myriad of business opportunities

Ohana Farm Parcels is fee simple agricultural land adjacent to the Dole Plantation Visitor Center, along Kamehameha Highway between Wahiawa and Haleiwa. Thirty-three farm-ready parcels ranging in size from 10 to 18 acres... Read more

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