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Parents at Play: Options abound for family game night

Here are a few games that are sure to amuse and entertain — including a few designed to be amusing and entertaining after the kiddies have gone to bed. Read More

Plantation Village celebrates Lunar New Year, malasadas

A double celebration means double the fun at the Year of the Boar New Year’s Festival and Malasadas Day Celebration Saturday at Hawaii’s Plantation Village. Read More

Build a morning of fun at Home Depot’s Valentine’s activity

Spend a memorable morning with your child building together and celebrating love at a special kids workshop, Saturday at The Home Depot in Honolulu, Kapolei and Pearl City. Read More

Punahou Carnival returns with food, games, new rides

There’s fun — and lots of food! — for everyone in the family at the annual Punahou Carnival, Friday and Saturday at Punahou School. Read More

‘Iolani graduate examines hit song by ‘Bruddah Iz’

Nearly 22 years have passed since iconic Hawaiian entertainer Israel Kamaka­wiwo’ole died in Honolulu, but his music continues to find new fans. Read More

CBS bets big with new talent show ‘The World’s Best’

CBS is betting big on “The World’s Best,” handing over the post-Super Bowl time slot to the new talent competition shepherded by reality TV titans Mark Burnett and Mike Darnell. Read More

‘Hawaii Five-0,’ ‘Magnum P.I.’ to hold Waikiki casting call

CBS is looking for new faces to feature as extras on “Hawaii Five-0” and “Magnum P.I.,” and will hold an open casting call Friday at the Waikiki Community Center. Read More

How to help kids with fetal alcohol syndrome disorder

The National Institutes of Health estimates that between 2 and 5 percent of children in the U.S. show signs of prenatal alcohol exposure. Fetal alcohol syndrome disorder now appears to be more prevalent than autism spectrum disorder. Read More

Good oral health can help reduce high blood pressure

Mountains of research show that poor oral health increases your risk for many maladies. Now, new research has emerged that shows that good dental care could prevent or help reduce high blood pressure. Read More

6 things to know about new flu drug Xofluza

The first new influenza drug in 20 years was approved in October, and maker Genentech says Xofluza began reaching pharmacies recently — good timing for flu season. Here are some things to consider. Read More

‘Stressheimer’s’ can result in memory issues

Whether you’re worried about your health care, your finances, or your basic needs, you’re a candidate for stressheimer’s — memory problems triggered by relentless anxiety. Read More

Health Options: The danger of labeling food ‘bad’

Today’s nutritional information contains more contradictions than consistencies, even among nutrition and health professionals Read More

Review: Diamond Head Theatre’s ‘Noises Off’ ramps up comic action

Patience is more than a virtue. It is the key to getting the full entertainment value from Diamond Head Theatre’s current production of British playwright Michael Frayn’s play-within-a-play comedy, “Noises Off.” Read More

Exhibit cruises through historic fashions in Hawaii

Themed “Aloha Hawaii, A Fabric Fashion Show,” it spotlighted 26 outfits; illustrations of 20 of them are included in the exhibit. Read More

Where to stream the 2019 Oscar-nominated films

Need to get caught up? Some of the biggest contenders are still in theaters, but many are already streaming. Read More

Show Biz: Punahou alum back in town for Blue Note gig and carnival

The Punahou School grad (class of 1976) timed his Waikiki debut to the school’s carnival this weekend, since alums aplenty are in town. Read More

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