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Yu Shing Ting
MidWeek Cover Story // Suited For Some H2O
With summer upon us, here is MidWeek‘s 14th annual swimsuit issue, featuring the latest styles of swimwear photographed by glamour photographer Russell Tanoue at the...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // In Sickness And In Health
He got cancer, then she had an aneurysm, and each was forced to become both survivor and caregiver. Then their dog got sick. Here’s the...

Don Chapman
MidWeek Cover Story // Lady of the Lanterns
MidWeek travels to Japan to interview Her Holiness Shinso Ito, who on Memorial Day at Ala Moana Beach Park will officiate her 15th annual Lantern...

Rasa Fournier
MidWeek Cover Story // Born To Wear A Crown
Miss Hawaii USA Brianna Acosta is beautiful, smart, athletic. But she also has a secret for MidWeek readers as she prepares to compete for Miss...

Chad Pata
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....

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // Don’t Say Shhhh
As the Hawaii State Library celebrates its centennial, this is far from your grandparents’ library, as libraries go digital, lend music and videos, and even...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // A Thoroughly Modern Philanthropist
Lawrence ‘Larry’ Rodriguez is this year’s recipient of Maryknoll School’s Monsignor Charles A. Kekumano Service Award – for many good reasons An open letter to...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // Who Says Women Aren’t Funny?
Photos By Lawrence Tabudlo Comedy in Hawaii tends to be a guy’s game, but the Female Comics of Hawaii, founded by Erika Swartzkopf (blonde, front...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // One Disaster After Another
When the next tsunami or hurricane approaches Hawaii, and we know it will happen sooner or later, Doug Mayne of state Civil Defense and colleagues...

Yu Shing Ting
MidWeek Cover Story // Red Belt
This week Relson Gracie receives his Red Belt, the highest achievement in jiu jitsu. Having brought his family’s style of self-defense to Hawaii in 1988...

Chad Pata
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...

Steve Murray
MidWeek Cover Story // Drive Into The Future
Mike Niethammer, president of King Windward Nissan and the Hawaii Automobile Dealers Association, says vehicles on display at this weekend’s First Hawaiian International Auto Show...

Rasa Fournier
MidWeek Cover Story // Satoru Abe: Godfather of Honolulu’s Art Scene
Who is the elderly Japanese man who has been walking the neighborhood? He is small in stature, quiet, and his clothes are stained, torn and...

Chad Pata
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...

Yu Shing Ting
MidWeek Cover Story // The LYLAS – Bruno Mars’ sisters take off
The new group’s name is short for Love You Like A Sister, and now sisters (from left) Presley, Jaime Kailani, Tahiti and Tiara hope to...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // Y.HATA – A Most Modern Centennial
Russell Hata is the third generation of his family to run food service supplier Y. Hata, having saved it from what seemed like certain bankruptcy....

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // Needing Some Hugs
Few things are as stressful as raising a child with a serious or terminal illness. The organization Help, Understanding and Group Support is there for...

Steve Murray
MidWeek Cover Story // Representing The 808
Neil Everett says he owes his career as an ESPN anchor to his years in Hawaii, and expresses his thanks by peppering his national broadcasts...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // Breathe With Uncle Tom
Ukulele sensation Aidan James and Uncle Tom Moffatt are ready to rock your world Feb. 15 at the American Lung Association’s fifth annual Breathe Concert...

Susan Kang Sunderland
MidWeek Cover Story // M.R.C. Greenwood
UH-Manoa is much more than a four-year college. It’s the hub of a statewide system in which 60,295 students are currently enrolled on 10 campuses....

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