Archive for January, 2012

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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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Kapa’a Outscores Kauai

Kapa’a (green/white) outscored Kaua’i (red/white) by four points Jan. 11 at Kaua’i High School gym (the Raider Dome) during a KIF boys varsity basketball game. The final score was 54-50. Mark Roslin (11), Willis Batol (21), Kainoa Colipano (23), Daniel Riese (24) and Taylor Atkins (43) started for Kapa’a. Kaua’i’s starting lineup included Kerwin Morano […]

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The Return Of Paddling Season

It’s just about that time for the state’s official sport to push its wa’a back into open waters as the Kaua’i outrigger paddling season reopens in early February. With the first race hosted on the West side during the Waimea Town Celebration, most of the island’s canoe clubs will reunite in the next week or […]

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A Fat Cat’s New Year’s Resolution

As we enter 2012, many individuals cling to the hope that this will be the year that they will hold true to an often-practiced tradition: the New Year’s resolution. Most resolutions revolve around physical fitness, whether it’s to lose weight or gain muscle. Admittedly, I have failed countless times in my own attempts at acquiring […]

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Aloha Shirt Gets A Stamp

Having long ago put its stamp on fashion, the iconic Hawaiian shirt is celebrated on five new U.S. Postal Service stamps You see them at work, when you’re out to dinner, at family gatherings or on lazy weekend afternoons. The aloha shirt in a variety of designs is produced in many styles from business casual […]

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Roy Chang

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The Dark Side

Editor’s note: This column was originally published in June 1997. This multiplex movie theater thing is getting out of hand. Where else would a bunch of strangers want to practically kill a guy just for getting some mochi crunch? During the Star Wars movie revival, my wife and I decided to take our son to […]

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Pro Bowl Scores For All Hawaii

The National Football League’s annual Pro Bowl returns to our island shores Sunday, one week before the Super Bowl. Hawaii has been a fabulous host for this all-star contest ever since it first arrived in 1980. Hawaii proved its appeal as participation by the athletes and fan attendance increased dramatically following years of declining interest. […]

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Highlights Of CES 2012

The 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) commenced last week and featured a record number of exhibitors with more than 3,100 companies on the show floor. It exceeded 1.85 million net square feet of exhibit space! The main cutting-edge products this year were ultrabooks, voice and gesture-based technologies, smartphones and OLED TVs. One of the […]

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Focus on Kaua’i