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2010.11.10 10:07 PM

Afterthoughts: The Party That Ended All Parties

A night featuring debauchery so extreme, people are still talking about it 62 years later.
2010.11.10 10:07 PM

Dwight Martin: The Producer

Dwight Martin’s vision has served Manoa Valley Theatre for 30 years.
2010.11.10 10:07 PM

New Tang Dynasty (NTD) Television

Hawaii’s digital cable viewers eagerly said ni-hao to a new Chinese multilanguage channel, as New Tang Dynasty (NTD) Television began broadcasting to the Islands in July.
2010.11.10 10:07 PM

Hawaiian Fern Fetish

Kay Lynch devotes her life to native Hawaiian ferns.
2010.11.10 10:07 PM

Pets, Unleashed

Forget the rail debate; the newest transportation trend has pet owners wheeling their furry friends around town.
2010.11.10 10:07 PM

The Kalihi Stream Revival

A Kalihi nonprofit heals a stream to connect a community and develop a network of stewards.
2010.11.10 10:07 PM

Korean Restaurants in Hawaii

This was my month to get beyond the Korean plate lunch. Spicy chicken gizzards, anyone?
2010.11.10 06:08 PM

Number Crunching: October Real Estate Stats for Honolulu

The October real estate numbers from the Honolulu Board of Realtors were just released yesterday, and the news is shruggable. Here are a few notable points.
2010.11.10 05:44 PM

Party Lines

2010.11.10 07:00 AM

Sponsored Edition: The Gift of Fab

2010.11.10 06:00 AM

Historic George D. Oakley Residence Back on Market

Architectural gems like this don’t often come on the market. In fact, this is the first time since it was built in 1929 that the George D. Oakley house in lower Manoa has been listed for sale. The residence, which was designed by architect Miles H. Gray, an engineer with the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps., is considered one of the state’s best remaining examples of houses built in the English cottage style, and is listed on both the National and State Registers of Historic Places.
2010.11.09 03:40 PM