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K-Drama: South Korean group BlackPink tours cities in Asia

South Korean female idol group BlackPink is well into an Asia tour, which kicked off in Seoul in November. Read More

Final season of ‘Homeland’ starts in June

A top Showtime executive has called it “a richly written character study that is now ready for its natural conclusion.” Read More

On the Scene with Matt Grim

The youthful-looking, 54-year-old entrepreneur currently lives in Singapore but passed through Honolulu earlier this month. Read More

She Speaks: Tidying up ‘sparks joy’ with help from Marie Kondo

The catchphrase people are familiar with is whether an item “sparks joy” — if it does, keep it. Read More

Weezer deadpans ‘No Scrubs’ in surprise new album

If you’ve ever wondered what Weezer would sound like covering R&B girl group TLC and ’80s synthpop band A-ha, you’re in luck. Read More

5 Things We Love: Year of the Pig

The Lunar New Year dawns on Feb. 5, and we’ve got ways to share good wishes, whether you celebrate it as the Year of the Pig or the Boar. Read More

‘Magnum P.I.’ reboot gets green light for season 2

CBS delivered some early good news to the cast and crew of the successfully rebooted “Magnum P.I.” with a green light for a second season. Read More

Na Kama Kai hosts free monthly ocean clinics around Oahu

Help your keiki learn all about the ocean — from water safety to environmental awareness — at a free clinic in Waikiki. Read More

’James and the Giant Peach’ takes audiences on fantastic adventure

Families can enjoy Roald Dahl’s classic adventure, “James and the Giant Peach,” in a vibrant adaptation presented by Hawaii Theatre Center Education and the Pacific Academy of Performing Arts. Read More

Oscarama: Pick 91st Academy Awards winners, win $200

Join the Hollywood drama over the 91st Academy Awards by guessing the winners in our annual contest. Read More

Keiki Krafting: Flower Tube Holder

Make a fun flower tube holder with the latest craft project for kids, courtesy HouseMart Ben Franklin Crafts. Read More

Parental Guidance: ‘On the Basis of Sex’

“On the Basis of Sex” is an educational and uplifting film about an inspiring figure, appropriate for kids and teens of all ages if they’re interested. Read More

Kapolei Regional Park hosts Makahiki festivities

Makahiki games, such as ulu maika (stone disk rolling) and hukihuki (tug-of-war), as well as Hawaiian music at sunset, are all part of the festivities at Makahiki ma Kapolei Feb. 2 at Pu‘uokapolei at Kapolei Regional Park. Read More

Magnum Reloaded: Higgins opens up about painful past on ‘Magnum P.I.’

An assassin who killed a team member’s true love has surfaced on Oahu, while Rick takes over a case. Read More

Beware fake news about fake hydrogen peroxide cures

There are many examples of people misusing hydrogen peroxide. The Food and Drug Administration has cautioned that misusing it could come with potentially devastating side effects. Read More

Workout before surgery helps recovery

Study after study has shown that exercise before surgery reduces complication rates, shortens hospital stays, eases post-op pain and improves recovery times. Read More

How to bring back sensory enjoyment to daily meals

We often talk about the power of mindful meditation to ease stress, improve sleep and reduce emotional issues like depression, anxiety and anger — and to help preserve cognitive function as you age. But an amazing, untapped power of mindfulness is its ability to transform your eating habits. Read More

Positively Young: Trust you’re in path of your destiny

Every incidence in your life — good or bad — is part of your path to your destiny. Read More

Magnum Reloaded: Tracing a skip reveals deep wounds

A case involving the murder of a well-liked nonprofit worker dredges up the past for the private investigator. Read More

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