Honolulu: Opera Hotbed

By Rasa Fournier - January 25, 2012

International stars will again grace the Hawaii Opera Theatre stage this season, but more local singers are taking on larger roles, including (from left) Leon Williams, Kristin Stone, Blythe, Quinn and Debbie Kelsey, and Buz Tennent. And in major news, this is the last ‘opera season’ as HOT goes year-round

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Making Justice For All A Reality

By Susan Kang Sunderland - January 11, 2012

American justice isn’t equal if you’re poor or an immigrant, and the state Judiciary is trying to change that

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By Rasa Fournier - January 25, 2012

Stretching as far back in history as the Hawaiian Islands archipelago itself is the aquatic life that teems at its shores.

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Style - January 25, 2012

Fashion Flash
By Yu Shing Ting - January 25, 2012

» Estee Lauder Event At Neiman Marcus


Food & Beverage Focus
By Jo McGarry - January 25, 2012

Keri Endo

Keri Endo
Catering Director,  The Willows

Where were you born and raised? Born and raised here in Honolulu, Aiea High School grad.

What made you want to pursue a career in the food industry? You know, I really just fell into it in the beginning.

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Table Talk
By Jo McGarry - January 25, 2012

» Deep-fried Mac And Cheese? Oh, Yes

Heart-y Chef
By Diana Helfand - January 25, 2012

» In The Kitchen With Dr. Miura

Sam Choy's Kitchen
By Sam Choy - January 04, 2012

» Surf And Turf With Aloha

Vino Sense
By Roberto Viernes - January 25, 2012

» Capturing The Personality Of Wines


Tourism Matters
By Mufi Hannemann - January 25, 2012

» Pro Bowl Scores For All Hawaii

Kimo’s Vegas

By Kimo Akane - January 25, 2012

FORGETABOUTIT ... This Valentine’s Day, seven couples will be chosen to get hitched in the “Married at The Mob Museum.” Your ceremony will be officiated by the mob’s legal eagle Oscar Goodman, who later became the carpo di tutti capi (the boss of bosses) for North Las Vegas.

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Curran Events
By Bobby Curran - January 25, 2012

» Rangers Pay For A Hurling Darvish

Hot Air
By Steve Murray - January 25, 2012

» Darvish Not Your Ordinary Import

Keeping Score
By Bob Hogue - January 25, 2012

» NFL Builds A Kaneohe Playground

On The Move
By Yu Shing Ting - January 25, 2012

» Learn How To Get A Dancer’s Body


A Conservative Estimate
By Rick Hamada - October 26, 2011

» The Economy And Government

Coffee Break
By Jerry Coffee - January 25, 2012

» The Lightning Rod That Is Tim Tebow

Just Thoughts
By Bob Jones - January 25, 2012

» Not Much Changes In Waikiki

Mostly Politics
By Dan Boylan - January 25, 2012

» Like Film Noir At The Legislature

The Right Price
By Larry Price - January 25, 2012

» A Peek Inside The Capitol

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Art & Stage
By Rasa Fournier - January 17, 2012

» New Year, New Art

Musical Notes
By Bill Mossman - January 25, 2012

» The White-Hot Guitarist


Hot Ticket - January 25, 2012

Thomas Obungen
Yelp Intern & Advertising/Public Relations Student

Overall what did you think? For a period piece it was mediocre ... I didn’t feel like I was there, but the storyline was decent.

Without giving away the ending, what was one of your favorite scenes? Definitely the dogfight scenes, and when “Ray Gun” triumphantly returns to the air base after being a POW.

On a scale of one to four stars, what would you rate this film? ★★

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Business Round Table
January 25, 2012

Technology To Help Schools

By Brett Seitman
President & CEO of IAAK Education

IAAK Education plays an important role in our children’s future. As technology continuously evolves, it is critical that we provide this generation with the necessary tools for academic success and achievement in an increasingly competitive economy.

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Entrepreneurs - January 25, 2012

» Lifelong Model Shares Her Secrets

Movers - January 25, 2012

» Business Leaders On The Move In Hawaii


Health And Wellness

Doctor In The House
January 25, 2012

Stroke Recovery Assistance

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Midweek Poll
By MidWeek Poll - January 25, 2012

» I can’t stop eating ...

» Mystery Shopper Winner

Old Friends - January 25, 2012

Ben Cayetano

Here comes the Kalihi Kid again. Former Gov. Ben Cayetano made it official last week, announcing his candidacy in this year’s mayoral campaign. With 28 years of public office experience, Cayetano, 72, is heading into this campaign with a nothing-to-lose attitude.

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Good Neighbors - January 25, 2012

Evelyn Chang

To celebrate Chinese New Year, the main branch of Hawaii National Bank in downtown Honolulu is adorned with narcissus plants, embroidered robes, paper lanterns and more.

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By Pamela Young - January 25, 2012

» The Importance Of School Guards

Click Chick
By Alison Stewart - January 25, 2012

» The Next Big Thing In Earphones

By Ron Mizutani - January 25, 2012

» The Day A Dog Walked Into Our Lives

By Jade Moon - January 25, 2012

» An Innate Ability To Mess Things Up

Proof Positive
By Guest writer - January 25, 2012

» Supporting Shriners Hospital

Susan's Page
By Susan Page - January 18, 2012

» Imagining Debaters In A Brawl

The Wild Side
By Dr. John Kaya - January 18, 2012

» A Fat Cat’s New Year’s Resolution

What's Next
By Ron Nagasawa - January 25, 2012

» Better Late Than Never

» Pet Parade Photo

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