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Herald Salutes – Cyndi Osajima

Cyndi Osajima was named executive director of Project Dana, a volunteer caregiving project for the frail elderly and disabled in Hawai‘i. Her appointment was effective Oct. 1. Osajima succeeds Rose Nakamura, Project Dana’s founding...
Columnist Ryan Tatsumoto, October 7, 2016 Issue

Ryan’s Table – Local Ingredients

Ryan Tatsumoto Hawai‘i Herald Columnist I sampled the cuisine of Chef Ed Kenney for the first time about 12 years ago, just after he had opened his first restaurant, Town, at Wai‘alae and 9th avenues in the...
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KIKU — Channel 9

For updated information, call 847-2021 “Mysteries of Asia,” premieres Sunday, June 1, at 9 p.m. Asia is a mix of ancient cultures and fast-growing technology. This program explores cities across Asia, visiting famous landmarks and the...
Guests joined in a bon dance led by members of the Iwakuni Odori Aiko Kai.

Community Focus – Hilo’s JCAH to Present “Bunka NO HI” on Nov. 18

Hilo’s Japanese Community Association of Hawaii will hold its biennial Japanese Culture Day, or “Bunka No Hi,” on Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Sangha Hall from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This year’s theme...
Frank Abagnale cautioned about sharing too much personal information on social media, such as Facebook. Identity thieves can learn a lot about you through social media, including where you work, who your family members and friends are and what you look like. (Photo by Craig Gima, AARP Hawaii)

Consumer Watch – Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

AARP Brings Former Conman Frank Abagnale to Hawai‘i to Share Information Kevin Kawamoto Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Frank Abagnale Jr. was a teenager when he ran away from home to avoid a custody dispute between his...
Dr. Sinoto on an excavation field trip in Huahine, French Polynesia. (Photos courtesy Bishop Museum)

Remembrance – Aloha Oe to a Pacific Soul, Dr. Yoshiko Sinoto

Betty Lou Kam Special to The Hawai‘i Herald When a distinguished scholar or mentor passes, we are reminded that expanding knowledge is grounded in the work and dedication of earlier generations of thinkers who asked critical...
Rev. Akihiro Okada presents a tamagushi to UJSH president Sheree Tamura. (Photos by Jodie Ching)

Community Focus – UJSH Tsukimi No Kai Celebrates Harvest Moon

The United Japanese Society of Hawaii held its annual Tsukimi no Kai, or moon viewing celebration, on Oct. 5 at Café Waiola on the campus of the UH John A. Burns School of Medicine...
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Lead Story – Kahauiki Village, A Home for the Homeless

Local Businessman Duane Kurisu Envisions a Plantation-style Community with Plantation-era Values Gregg K. Kakesako Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Late last month, 24 prefabricated steel-framed boxes that had been manufactured by a Japanese company as emergency homes...
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Dear Frances – Singing the Sick Bay Blues

DEAR FRANCES By Frances H. Kakugawa
Fall/Winter 2017 Fashion presentation "Hamakua -State of Mind"

“Hamakua – State of Mind”

WHO/WHAT: A fall/winter 2017 fashion presentation by Hawai‘i artists Rumi Murakami and Laurie Sumiye that answers the question: “What does fall in Hawai‘i look like?” Sumiye and Murakami envisioned the lush landscapes, wide vistas...

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