Monthly Archives: September 2014
$2 Tango Tuesdays 150 N. King St., suite 202, Tuesdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m., $2. The night includes a 30-minute mini-introductory class..
I have to say that perhaps my most-favorite meal of the day is breakfast. Maybe because it is a meal..
An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but not Mom, if she happens to be your home-school teacher...
By Kumiko Okimoto Owner of Masako Formals Masako Formals has been dressing Hawaii’s most beautiful brides since 1977. In nearly..
There seems to be a cluster of compassionate folks opposed to any “criminalization” of the homeless — that is, they..
Kumu hula ‘Iwalani Tseu, who has beaten two types of cancer, is full of positive energy that rubs off on..
American Diabetes Association conducted its 20th annual “Driving Fore A Cure” golf tournament earlier this year at the Hawaii Prince..
Hawaii Job Corps Center recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of its Job Corps program with a ceremony and reception at..
Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation conducted its annual Hawaii Waterman Hall of Fame Awards ceremony recently at the Outrigger Canoe Club...
Hawaii State Art Museum conducted its third First Friday celebration earlier this year in the HiSAM second floor courtyard. Titled..
Self-taught artist Kelsie “Sweets” Valentine is using her talents to help those afflicted with hair loss from chemotherapy. This past..
Milton Imaikalani I has seen Aloha Week grow from its infancy into what is now known as Aloha Festivals, the..