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Dan Boylan
Mostly Politics // Seasons Of The Political Year
Ah, it’s springtime, 30 games into the major league baseball season, tornado time on the continent and the madcap final days of Hawaii’s legislative session....

Jaimie Kim
Old Friends // Ignace “Iggy” Jang
Ignace “Iggy” Jang’s musical career began at an age when most can only dream of what to become when they grow up. Inspired by recordings...

Bob Jones
Just Thoughts // The Pohakuloa Battle Heats Up
The “Oh, no!” drums started beating the moment U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa disclosed that the Department of Defense wants to do some major upgrades to...

Susan Page
Susan's Page // Imagine That – Yoga Is Good For You
“Surely if God had meant us to do yoga, he would have put our heads behind our knees.” -Rod Stewart Even after much encouragement from...

Jaimie Kim
Old Friends // Lama Karma Rinchen
The scene at Kagyu Thegchen Ling in Nuuanu is serene. Outside, the wind gently rustles branches in large trees that surround the Tibetan Buddhist meditation...

Christina O’Connor
Entrepreneurs // Dad-baby Clothing Combos At Expo
A T-shirt, says Ku’ulei Vedder, “can be a form of expression and a representation of yourself.” With Altered Ink LLC, which Vedder founded and co-owns...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // Queen’s Goes West
West Oahu once had its own hospital and ER, but it’s been two and a half years since it closed. That changes May 20 when...

Chad Pata
Newsmakers // Born To Play Piano – And Help Others
For most of us growing up, our biggest question was: What will I be? But for a rare blessed few, that answer makes itself apparent...

Mufi Hannemann
Island Matters // Doc’s Lifetime Of Surfing And Health
The patriarch of the First Family of Surfing vows to live out the rest of his life on Oahu, where at age 18 he got...

Bobby Curran
Curran Events // Wie’s Win Huge
Hawaii’s golf fans were thrilled when Michelle Wie capped off an excellent week at the Lotte championship at Ko Olina with a final round masterpiece...

Ron Nagasawa
What's Next // Garbage In, Garbage Out
This column was published originally April 12, 2006. Let me make one thing perfectly clear before I begin my weekly rant. That thing is that...

Bob Jones
Just Thoughts // Merrie Monarch Ignoring ‘Hula Mua’
Merrie Monarch is here, and if you’re a Hilo mer chant or a competing halau, this is the Pro Bowl and the Super Bowl wrapped...

Jade Moon
Moonlighting // Early Intervention Is Key For Autism
What do you want for your children? Happiness? Success? Love? Of course we want the best for our kids. If you’re a parent of a...

Jerry Coffee
Coffee Break // U.S. Military Spending Falling Behind
Although a quick glance at a bar graph of military expenditures by the U.S., Russia and China – the three largest militaries in the world...

MidWeek Staff
Roundtable // Home Loans For Veterans
When I was in the process of buying my first home, I had no idea I was entitled to a home loan benefit. It wasn’t...

Mufi Hannemann
Island Matters // Airport Display Honors Wally, Dan
Twelve years ago, a meeting took place among baseball legend Wally Yonamine, his son Paul and myself about an appropriate venue in Hawaii to display...

Yu Shing Ting
On the Move // Marking 50 Years Of Water Safety
As part of its mission to save lives, American Red Cross offers its 50th annual Free Summer Swim program for children and adults every Saturday...

Ron Nagasawa
What's Next // Recipe For Disaster
The older I get, the more I feel I need to learn and do new things. Since I’ve never been known to cook, I decided...

Steve Murray
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,...

Chad Pata
MidWeek Cover Story // Dr. HAPPY (Physician To The Dead)
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...

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