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Hot Air // Taking A Breather From Hot Air
Sometimes even legends need a break. It can be difficult to say goodbye to the ones you love. Farewells can be emotional, such as when...

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Hot Air // Sam TV Is Wrong Venue For Change
Michael Sam wants to be a football player, no different from any other. Now he is. Seeing the opportunity to cash in on his story,...

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Hot Air // New Contract May Indicate Good News
University of Hawaii athletics director Ben Jay is in the process of negotiating a contract extension for men’s basketball coach Gib Arnold. Arnold is signed...

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Hot Air // Outrage Ignores Sterling’s Real Victims
Moral outrage is cheap currency. It’s easy to manipulate and wildly speculative. This became clear in the moments following TMZ’s release of Clippers’ owner Donald...

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Central Oahu News // Mililani Artist Bringing Interactive Japanese Art To Museum
A Mililani resident is the next artist-in-residence at Honolulu Museum of Art. Andrew Binkley, a Nebraska-born artist who moved to Hawaii in 2003, will exhibit...

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Hot Air // Little To Fear From Big Five Autonomy
It’s been a busy few weeks for the NCAA. Days after announcing a change in its food policy, which went so far as to quantify...

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Hot Air // Doc Shows Arnie Is Still The King
Narrator Tom Selleck begins Golf Channel’s three-part documentary on Arnold Palmer asking a profound question: How do you tell the life story of a person...

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MidWeek Cover Story // Let There Be Lei
Brian Choy loves making lei – from planting the seeds to picking the flowers to stringing blossoms and greens together. He’s studied lei-making for years,...

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Hot Air // Youth Carry Wings Into Postseason
The Detroit Red Wings like experience. For the past decade, the Original Six member rode the collective skill of veteran players to maintain its status...

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Hot Air // We’re Racing!
Inspired by the post-Civil War bounty hunter who hunted a Mexican bandit in Italy, here comes The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of NASCAR....

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Hot Air // NLRB Ruling A Blow To NCAA Hypocrisy
Former NCAA head Walter Byers invented the term “student-athlete” in the 1950s to protect Fort Lewis A&M University from a lawsuit brought by the wife...

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Hot Air // Akana Case Is Anything But Nothing
If UH assistant basketball coach Brandyn Akana did what has been alleged – that he purposely added incorrect information to an immigration form to get...

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Hot Air // Rookie’s Confidence Big For PGA Tour
Patrick Reed is exactly what the PGA needs. We’ve seen his type before – young, talented and brimming with confidence. The list today is largely...

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MidWeek Cover Story // SHIFT
Hawaii Convention Center is gearing up for the 2014 First Hawaiian International Auto Show March 14-16, where you can check out the latest rides and...

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Hot Air // Getting A Leg Up On Man Cred
As I lay anxiously awaiting the siren call of surgery, I came upon a universal truth: Injuries can give a guy some serious man cred....

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Hot Air // Jr.’s Win A Big Win For NASCAR
A six-hour-plus rain delay is no way to start the Great American Race. Television viewers get anxious and drift away. Those in attendance go crazy...

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Hot Air // Olympic Hockey A Burden On NHL
The NHL has a problem. Every four years, the league sends its best and most marketable players to compete for Olympic glory. It makes sense....

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Windward Oahu News // Turtle Bay Foundation Gives $50,000 To Windward Communities
Turtle Bay Foundation awarded $50,000 in grants and scholarships at a recent celebration at Surfer, The Bar. In total, 29 organizations and eight current and...

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Hot Air // Jeter: A Yankee Worthy Of Admiration
By every quantifiable measure, Derek Jeter should be the most hated man on Earth. He lives in a luxury New York high rise (and a...

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Central Oahu Coverstory // Wahiawa Educator Redid Rural Schools
Paul Kobayashi, 83, was a contradiction. Humble, quiet and never liking to speak about himself, the long-time educator and former Leilehua principal spent most of...

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