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Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // Stitch In Time
As Hilo Hattie, “The Store of Hawaii,” celebrates its 50th anniversary this month, it marks the revival of a local brand that was almost lost...

Susan Kang Sunderland
Feature Story // The Pumpking Comes To Honolulu
He’s allergic to pumpkins, but that hasn’t stopped Ray Villafane from becoming a renowned carver of ghoulish gourds for Halloween Sound the trumpets. Make way...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // A Friend On The Path To Home Ownership
Hawaii HomeOwnership Center, a nonprofit that helps people realize the dream of owning a home, will participate in the Hawaii Homebuyers Fair this Saturday. Here,...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // PCC 50
POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTER CELEBRATES ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY Help wanted. Laie, Oahu. Must climb trees, husk coconuts, dance the Samoan slap or Tahitian otea, toss Fijian...

Susan Kang Sunderland
Newsmakers // Promoting A Healthier Hawaii
Loretta Fuddy, director of the state Department of Health, works to improve the health and environment of the people of Hawaii When Loretta Fuddy toasts...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // The Foodland Way: Food, Family, Friends
Foodland celebrates the 65th anniversary of the first store’s opening at Market City on a wing and a prayer and a loan. The store name...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // Deja Moo – 60 Years Of Healthy Baby Contests
By LANI MOO as told to Susan K. Sunderland Told as a young man that a local guy could never become president of Hawaii’s largest...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // With Goodwill Toward All
Everybody knows about the stores, but there’s much more to Goodwill than that, including job training and placement, while keeping 12.5 million pounds of recyclables...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // O, Poi!
Four generations of Tottoris have made Taro Brand synonymous with that most Hawaiian of foods, poi. The tradition continues with sprouts and cut vegetables produced...

Susan Kang Sunderland
Newsmakers // The Forgotten War Remembered
Hawaii lost more men per capita than any state in the Korean War. A new book captures their memories, but they need donations to publish...

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