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Beat the summer heat with ‘cool roofing’

Summer will be officially here in just about a month, and with the summer season comes some of our hottest weather. If your home is not currently benefiting from cool roofing technology, there’s... Read more

Local credit union offers flood relief

As our islands recover from multiple rounds of heavy rain and flooding, the University of Hawai‘i Federal Credit Union (UHFCU) offers support to those who have been affected. With the possibility of hundreds... Read more

Be akamai with a worthy window investment

By Elima Pangorang For the penny-pincher that dwells within most consumers, it is more than likely that a poor decision on a purchase resulted in an eventual waste of the same money that... Read more

Remodeling projects done the easy way

Ready to start a bathroom remodeling project? Then, tyically, you will be faced with making dozens of decisions regarding fixtures, finishes, and design details. Chances are you’ve been researching the internet and its... Read more

Prime farmland offers myriad of business opportunities

Ohana Farm Parcels is fee simple agricultural land adjacent to the Dole Plantation Visitor Center, along Kamehameha Highway between Wahiawa and Haleiwa. Thirty-three farm-ready parcels ranging in size from 10 to 18 acres... Read more

Keeping the dwelling cool from the top down

The hot summer months are ahead. Have you considered installing a “cool roof” to help reduce the heat in the interior of your home? A cool roof could drop the temperature by as... Read more

Treat mom to a feast out on the village

Roasted Duck Salad ($13.95; also part of the Mother’s Day menu) About 17 years ago, David Chang and his partners, Jennifer and Kenneth Chan, began planning a new restaurant in Chinatown. They knew... Read more

Spring Kama‘aina Special Now through June 2018

Celebrate Spring with a staycation at the newly reimagined Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua – an iconic AAA Five Diamond resort on Maui’s pristine Northwest shore. With special kama‘aina pricing now through June, Hawaii residents are... Read more

Call on a Professional for Real Estate Needs

Those looking to buy or sell their personal piece of paradise are reminded that the process doesn’t not need to be stressful, especially when one relies on an expert agent who is standing... Read more

Where mom wants to dine

Chef Chai is the perfect place to treat your mom to an epic Mother’s Day meal she won’t soon forget. On Mother’s Day weekend, some of Hawaii’s luckiest moms will enjoy a spectacular... Read more

Sunscreen legislation and government: Who will protect us?

Joe DiNardo In 1921, Thomas Midgley, Jr. discovered that adding tetraethyl lead to gasoline prevented “engine knocking.” State regulators were highly skeptical of the safety of tetraethyl lead. In response, Midgley called a... Read more

HPU helps Hawaii students pay for college

College-bound students and their parents look earnestly each year for scholarships and grants to alleviate the financial burden of college tuition. While there is an abundance of merit-based and needs-based opportunities, the time... Read more

Make Children’s Day a memorable one

By Shirley Iida The grand sight of carp-shaped koinobori flying vibrantly in the gentle trade winds of Hawaii signals the arrival of “Tango No Sekku,” or more commonly recognized as Boy’s Day on... Read more

Spring clean to maximize your home’s value

Home sales traditionally peak in the summer months, which means that come springtime, would-be homeowners are already out and about in full force. Chances are, today’s savvy home-shoppers are hitting up several open... Read more

Home ‘at last’ with Atlas Construction

By Maria Kanai It’s an exciting year for Atlas Construction, a family-run homebuilding company that has been voted first place as “Hawaii’s Best” contractor the past five years in a row in Honolulu... Read more

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