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                                Pedestrians cross Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki.
Column: The age of the pedestrian is dawning

There is a fundamental shift happening right before our eyes in how we work, play, socialize, drive, shop, work and learn. It began with the birth of the internet, email and texting. AOL Blackberry phones, Napster, Google, Yahoo and YouTube. Then came web 2.0 with people connecting, socializing and online communities. Read more

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                                From left, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday, Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Torro, and Rear Adm. Blake Converse answer questions during a news conference on Monday, Dec. 6, 2021, at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam in Honolulu. The ongoing problems associated with the US Navy fuel tanks above the aquifer at Red Hill continue to affect area residents—both civilian and military—and threaten to cause bigger problems with Oahu’s water resources.
Editorial: Navy’s fuel tanks will have to move

The Navy has spent the last few days making its way through five stages of confusion: Denial of any serious problem with its underground fuel farm; deflection of concerns by military housing residents over tainted tap water; self-deprecation (oops, we responded badly); defusing, by announcing it had paused using the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility. Read more

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