Archive for 2011

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Mokihana Christmas Luncheon

The annual Mokihana Christmas Party Luncheon Dec. 17 at Kaua’i Beach Resort attracted lovely ladies dressed for the holidays (and a few men, too). A stretch of vibrant poinsettias and a Christmas tree accompanied the benefit lunch which raised $1,000 for the YWCA Women’s Shelter, $435 for local middle school student choirs and $500 for […]

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What’s Up

A Course in Miracles Princeville at Hanalei Community Association, Mondays, 10:30 a.m., $1/suggested donation. The Hanalei Community Association offers a course on love and forgiveness. (651-5324, pcaonline.org) Acupuncture Treatment And Demonstrations Papayas, Kapaa, Saturdays, 3-5 p.m., free. Options include painless cold laser treatments. (635-8766) All-Level Yoga Kilauea location, call for address, Sundays, 10-11:30 a.m., $15 […]

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Kaua’i Wins Exhibition Game

Kaua’i High School (red) defeated Island School (blue) Saturday, Dec. 17, during the junior varsity soccer game at Vidinha Stadium. This was an exhibition game as Island School does not yet have a girls’ soccer program, and this is a step in expanding its participation in KIF. Kaua’i’s Danielle Allianic (No. 25), Caitlyn Cantoma (No. […]

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KHS Girls Playing For Hoops Pioneer

While the NBA was locked out and trying to determine how to divide up its billion-dollar enterprise, a renaissance man and an ambassador for his generation of pro basketball players passed away on Kaua’i. William Tosheff, better known simply as “Tosh,” died Oct. 1 at his daughter’s ranch in Omao. Though he had never previously […]

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HTLA Membership Has Benefits

Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Association, formerly known as Hawaii Hotel & Lodging Association, may not come immediately to mind when you think about organizations of local industries or professions.But HLTA is one of the largest private business associations in the state, and certainly the largest in the visitor industry. What began more than 60 years […]

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Kimo’s Vegas

WELCOME TO Kimo’s Vegas… the Players Edge! BLONDE MOMENT … Jenny McCarthy did the celebrity thing at Chateau Nightclub and Sugar Factory American Brasserie … But you know you’re getting old when the first thought that crosses your mind is, “What the heck is she sucking?” That would be a lollipop goblet. PAMELA ANDERSON will […]

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Roy Chang

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Out On A Limb

In the 14 years that I’ve written this column, I’ve always had a story at Christmastime about my wife and our Christmas tree-buying experience. I never thought I would see the day, but this year my wife and our 14-year-old daughter went out without me and actually purchased a tree they deemed to be perfect […]

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A Thing For Beautiful Wood

Sarah Rapozo Owner of Sunset Art Please tell us about your business. Sunset Art sells handcrafted, wearable art. I design and draw all my designs and I craft the wood. I make jewelry, keychains, magnets and jewelry boxes. I’ve been in business five years. Where were you born and what high school did you attend? […]

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Where It’s Bring Your Own Plate

Fed up, so to speak, with Styrofoam takeout containers, Matt Ernsdorf of Kilauea Lighthouse Bistro asks folks ordering takeout to bring their own containers to get it home Don’t forget to bring your own container if you order to go at Kilauea Lighthouse Bistro. In an effort to reduce waste, the restaurant’s owner, Matt Ernsdorf, […]