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Given his name, lots of people thought Dr. Christopher Happy would become a psychiatrist or pediatrician. Instead, he’s Honolulu’s new chief medical examiner, the last doctor about 700 people will have this year Some people’s names seem to predestine their careers, like baseball players Prince Fielder and Homer Bailey, or the lightning-fast hockey goaltender Jonathan Quick. Then there is our...

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LIFESTYLE
  • The Wild Side // Set On Attaching A Severed Toe
  • Susan's Page // Navigating The Information Highway
  • What's Next // Sticker Shock
  • Mystery Shopper // Angela Campos Wins $150 Spree At Foodland
  • Island Matters // Compassionate Community Service
  • Moonlighting // Go Vegas — Then Start Exploring
  • Currents // Hawaii’s Surfing Congresswoman
  • Click Chick // Amazon Fire Heats Up TV Competition
  • Proof Positive // Promoting Better Land Stewardship Practices
  • Good Neighbors // Melvin & Bailey Miyamoto
  • Old Friends // Danny Kaleikini
  • Tannya’s Take // Money Management For Keiki
  • Applause // Good Samaritans Everywhere You Look
  • What's Next // Prom King
  • NEWSMAKERS
    Where Bruno Got His Start
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    The father of Bruno Mars – who returns home for three shows this week – talks about the star’s musical origins and the family that loves him Peter Hernandez Jr. was born into a world of doo-wop, literally. His father, Peter Hernandez Sr., had convinced the delivering doctor...

    FOOD & DINING
    Vino Sense // Wine Experiences While Traveling
    There are great wine experiences to be enjoyed when traveling. You might have found your favorite Chianti from a carafe in Florence. Perhaps an unforgettable dry rose in a little alleyway cafe in Provence came your way. Or a brilliant Chardonnay from a winery you just happened to...

    Heart-y Chef // Creating A Colorful, Edible Easter ‘Basket’
    FEATURE STORY
    Bad Guys Doing Good
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    In the 21st century, in a galaxy not too far away, on a planet called Earth, the 501st Legion of Imperial troopers led by Darth Vader has joined forces with the earthlings to become honorable citizens in their community. It’s the unscripted, real-life episode consisting of diehard Star...

    What food could you eat every day?

    SPORTS & FITNESS
  • On the Move // New UH Student Fitness Center Opens
  • Hot Air // Youth Carry Wings Into Postseason
  • Keeping Score // Fans And Their Favorite Jersey Numbers
  • Curran Events // Pro Bowl Remains Good Investment
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Uncle Tom's Gabbin // Bruno Mars and traveling party are in town.
  • Art & Stage // Much Ado About The Earl Of Oxford
  • MOVIE REVIEW
  • Hot Ticket // Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  • HEALTH
  • Doctor in the House // Diet And Dementia: A Correlation
  • EDITOR’S DESK
  • Column // Scarred But Hopeful In Myanmar
  • Letters // Letters to the Editor – 4/16/14
  • FASHION & STYLE
    Style // UH Senior Fashion Show
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    The 48th annual University of Hawaii Senior Fashion Show is set for April 27 at Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, featuring the designs of...

    Fashion Flash // Free Sandals For Lifeguards
    BUSINESS
    Entrepreneurs // Kaimuki Music Store Carries On Legacy
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    As a trumpet player and orchestra conductor, Harry Yoshioka wanted to provide a place that could offer other musicians supplies they needed. In 1946, he...

    Roundtable // Housing Made Affordable
    Thinking Smart // Target-Date Investment Funds
    POLITICS
    Just Thoughts // Where’s The ‘Community’ In HCDA?
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    The public interest and government-and-business interests are not one and the same, but it seems to be harder and harder for the public interest to...

    The Right Price // The Art Of Political Gamesmanship
    Mostly Politics // The Supreme Court And Plutocracy