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Waikiki Aquarium offers hands-on lessons for keiki

The half-hour, behind-the-scenes Critter Encounters program at the Waikiki Aquarium allows youngsters to interact with a variety of sea creatures while also learning more about them. Read more

Former MMA fighter Inoue returns from Japan to sell jewelry

Ever since his retirement from fighting in 2011, Enson Inoue has transformed into a successful jewelry designer. He’s back home from Japan to share his Destiny Forever line with fans in Waikiki through Oct. 1. Read more

Maui, Oahu resorts aim to curb plastic waste

Plastic is the scourge of the ocean, polluting waters, shorelines and reefs, and endangering seabirds and marine animals that ingest it Two Hawaii hotels recently announced efforts to help decrease the amount of plastic they throw away. Read more

Blooms signal end of life for Foster Garden palm

Foster Botanical Garden houses a stunning sight in a far corner of the 14-acre property — a 40-foot talipot palm bearing millions of small flowers. It’s a bittersweet bloom, as the trees flower once and then die. Read more

Get listed in the Fall Craft Fair Guide

To help our readers keep track of where to pick up crafty gifts, homemade jams, baked goods and rummage-sale bargains, the Star-Advertiser’s Currents section will publish its Fall Craft Fair Guide. Read more

Classic films mark Consolidated’s centennial

Consolidated Theatres is reeling back the years as it celebrates its centennial with “A Film for Every Decade” screenings offered Saturdays through Oct. 28, with tickets just $4 each. Read more

Stickies a handy solution for web privacy

It’s been called a low-tech solution to a high-tech problem: putting a sticker or Post-It note over a laptop’s webcam lens as a way to stop unwanted spying from potential hackers. Read more

Shaindlin photo book exhibit opens in Chinatown

To celebrate his new book of photographs, Peter Shaindlin — also a poet, novelist, founder of Deuxmers Press and chief operating officer at Halekulani Corp. — is hosting a public opening reception of an exhibit of its images. Read more

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