‘Hoarders’ in Hawaii
Think your house is messy? You don’t know messy, unless you are like the Luke family of Kaneohe, featured in tonight’s 6 p.m. season premiere of A&E’s "Hoarders." The series sheds light on the serious disorder of compulsive hoarding. The show’s psychologist says the Hawaii home was the worst the crew had encountered. See full story with photos: Kaneohe family’s disturbing home.
Holiday craft guide seeks entries
The season for craft fairs is fast approaching, and the Today section is planning a guide with listings for events happening for the winter holiday period.
For a free listing, send information on the name of the event, sponsors, date, time, place, contact information and other details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline to submit listings is Nov. 5.
Aquaponics open house
Find out how to grow your own food anywhere at an open house at AquaPono from 2 to 4 p.m. Sundays.
With the high cost of shipped-in produce, the aquaponic business claims the price of an aquaponic system can be paid back within two years.
The Niu Valley business has a working garden showroom, and the open house will give visitors a brief overview of the ammonia-nitrogen cycle, aquaponic systems and pricing for design and installation.
AquaPono is located at 423 Puamamane St. Call 342-7443 or visit www.aquapono.com.
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Regal discontinues movie listings
Regal Cinemas has decided to discontinue its daily advertisement listing movies at its theaters. If you have questions or comments, please contact Regal.