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MidWeek Cover Story // Fighting Hunger on Oahu
With the holidays upon us and more people needing food assistance than ever, the Hawaii Foodbank needs donations Picture five children you know. It can...

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MidWeek Cover Story // Can Do!
Quadriplegic Damon Boiser is the epitome of the ‘can do’ spirit — without the use of his arms and legs, he still finds the courage...

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MidWeek Cover Story // Hospice: When The End Is Near
When doctors diagnose a terminal illness, Hospice Hawaii provides doctors, nurses, social workers, even massage therapists to ease the patient’s suffering and to offer support...

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Feature Story // Throwing Iron
The state horseshoes tournament is a reminder of the beauty of a game that promotes friendship In most sports, the sound of hitting iron has...

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MidWeek Cover Story // Shop & Score
Shop at Times Supermarket now through Oct. 15 and your purchase of selected sponsor products will earn points toward athletic equipment for the school of...

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Newsmakers // HOME Is Where The Med Students Are
Homeless people need medical care. Medical students need patients. UH’s Dr. Jill Omori created HOME to address both problems It is rare in life for...

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MidWeek Cover Story // 125 Years Young
The history of Young’s Market is fascinating – from steers to Charlie Chaplin – and even more so as a lesson in how a business...

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MidWeek Cover Story // Les Femmes Of Farm To Table
Chefs couldn’t get creative in the kitchen without the hard work of farmers and the food they produce. MidWeek joins the Hawaii Food & Wine...

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Newsmakers // In The Swim
Ben Komer turned mom Lori’s summer swim school into a year-round, full-time operation, teaching Islanders of all ages Most people go to college to find...

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MidWeek Cover Story // The Ties That Bind
Pacific Century Fellows is looking for another group of successful young men and women to improve their leadership, expand their perspective and help solve community...

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Newsmakers // TACA Is There For Families Of Autism
Discovering your child is autistic can be traumatic, but a support group offers advice dealing with a variety of issues unique to this disease Each...

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MidWeek Cover Story // Medical Care For Those Who Need It
Aloha Medical Mission has been saving and changing lives for 30 years, both abroad and in Hawaii with a free dental clinic at Palama Settlement....

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Newsmakers // Hawaii Boy Scouts Soar As Eagles
We often think of the Boy Scouts in the sepia tones we reserve for drive-in movies and tail fins on a Cadillac. But while the...

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Feature Story // Just Pickin’ and Grinnin’
When you think of bluegrass music, you invariably picture pine-tree-covered mountains in the background behind denim overall-attired folks with gaps in their teeth and a...

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MidWeek Cover Story // Bringing State Government Up to Speed
Sonny Bhagowalia, the state’s new chief information officer, is changing the way government works and how it thinks about itself, and even more, how government...

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MidWeek Cover Story // Definitely Not Old School
It’s all about the kids for state schools superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi, whose philosophy is ‘Don’t make excuses and figure out a way to make it...

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Windward Oahu Coverstory // Handbell Choir Shares Peace Songs At Paliku
Hakuoh University Handbell Choir is back on Oahu for the 22nd year of its Goodwill Tour, and its students are bringing their “instrument of peace”...

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MidWeek Cover Story // Giving More Than Money
American Savings Bank CEO Richard Wacker and his employees donate money to Child & Family Service, but go beyond that by serving as tutors and...

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Newsmakers // An Unlikely Leader In The AIDS Fight
Paul Groesbeck wasn’t what the Life Foundation was looking for 20 years ago – for starters, he’s straight – but he was exactly the right...

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MidWeek Cover Story // Cathy Style
Photography By Justin Dotson Her roots could not be more blue collar – her dad was a police officer, and her first job was cleaning...

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