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GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

A low-key gathering became a raucous party when we played Cards for 808, a local version of Cards Against Humanity by Ku-A-Kanaka of Hilo.

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JASON GENEGABUS / JASON@STARADVERTISER.COM

It was always cool to know I was playing on the same field Alexander Joy Cartwright Jr. — known as the “Father of Modern Baseball” — used to introduce the game to Hawaii residents after he moved here in 1849. Cartwright Park now has a granite plaque engraved with his picture and some background info to connect visitors with his place in history.

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GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

It’s always disappointing to stash a bottle of your favorite soft drink in the fridge, only to have it go flat by the time you’re ready to finish it. These silicone bottle stoppers by Charles Viancin will keep that from happening.

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GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

After massaging a few drops of Simple’s Hydrating Cleansing Oil, made with 100 percent puregrapeseed oil infused with vitamins A and E, over your face, lips and eyes to dissolve makeup and reach into pores, a quick rinse will turn your skin will be amazingly clean, soft and hydrated.