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                                Hawaii Lt. Gov. Josh Green checked on the heartbeat of one year old Joanne Semisi who was brought in by Imeleta Silva during a measles epidemic response in Samoa on Thursday, December 5, 2019.
Lee Cataluna: A show of leadership that wasn’t just for show

When state Sen. Josh Green wanted to be lieutenant governor, campaigning not just for higher office, but to serve specifically as an unappreciated No. 2 under the cold, uncollaborative David Ige, it seemed such a waste of an experienced emergency room doctor in a state where we have a perpetual shortage of doctors and an overage of do-nothing politicians. Read more

PIXABAY concert, nightclub, party, rave, dancing, nightlife, music
Lee Cataluna: Change is gonna come (but not quite yet)

Ready for the new year? Not just the obligatory slab of overpriced sashimi, the obligatory lucky soup that auntie makes you eat, the obligatory stash of illegal fireworks that will enrage legions of law-abiding, dog-owning, clean-air- loving people, but really ready, like ready for all the huge changes the new decade will bring? Read more

                                Kramer’s Big & Tall shop in Kakaako is selling its remaining inventory at clearance prices and auctioning off clothing racks and retail shelving.
Lee Cataluna: Kramer’s closure marks end of fashion era

Hawaii fashion in the 1980s was every bit as over-styled, big-shouldered and pastel-colored as the outfits worn by Crockett and Tubbs in “Miami Vice,” and much of that awesomeness was heavily concentrated in high school hallways and thumping discos. Read more

Lee Cataluna: The holidays can come with a lot of baggage

This is the time of year for a lot of bracing: bracing for the Black Friday insanity, bracing for the mountain of deadline-driven work that will take up the weeks between Thanksgiving and the end of the year, bracing for potentially fraught family dinners and bracing for the ordeal that is holiday air travel. Read more

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