Preparing to interview B.B. King in October 1995 for a MidWeek cover story, I read a biography on him, re-listened..
I’d just finished editing the CrimeStoppers feature last Wednesday afternoon, including a profile on a fugitive named Osias Kamelo, then..
No cheering in the press box. It’s the first rule of sports writing. But there I was in the area..
The one person who is most looking forward to this week’s NFL Draft being over? Has to be Marcus Mariota...
A few random scribbles have been accumulating on my desk: • NBC foreign correspondent Richard Engel — for my money,..
Gratitude was not my first response when I learned Jan. 12 that my landlord of 16 years was jacking the..
I was shocked and saddened to hear of the recent passing of Gus Hannemann. Back in the 1980s and early..
When the persistent moisture at the corners of my eyes at last abated after Marcus Mariota was named the Heisman..
As he stands before Sanshuden Hall at Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo, where Japan’s war dead are honored, you’d never guess..
Friends and family bid a fond and final aloha last Wednesday to Li’amanaia “Lee” Afuvai, and I was struck by..
He is so down to earth, so not full of himself, the temptation is to say Marcus Mariota is just..
With MidWeek celebrating 30 years of publishing, we’ve asked contributors to share their personal MidWeek “experience” in this issue. I..
My life changed in a wonderful way Sunday, June 29, at 2:16 p.m., when Kylie Rose Kekai’olaliuli Luat entered the..
I can’t see any way that America can get out of Iraq without the serious involvement and cooperation of the..
This is an exciting time at MidWeek as we tweak our content. Some might wonder why we would bother to..
With this issue, I’m pleased to say, MidWeek introduces two new features. Each offers something totally different in these pages...
This is the third in a three-part series. The long-suffering people of Myanmar see their military rather differently from the..
This is the second in a three-part series. Flying into Myanmar, the last thing I expected was to fall in..
It is a country with two names, one historically familiar, the other not so much. It’s home to 135 different..
It’s rather like the passing of an old friend when a stadium goes away, as anyone who ever attended a..