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The University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine and the Departments of Psychiatry and Family Medicine are proud to present the 2016 Hawaii Addictions Conference, Hawaii’s premiere training, education, networking...
The theme for this year's Big Island Chocolate Festival is "Lavalicious". You can indulge in all kinds of savory and sweet concoctions at the 5th annual event. It all kicks off with a tour of a local cacao farm. There will also be multiple...
In an effort to honor, remember, recognize and appreciate the men and women in who serve our nation in uniform, Congress passed legislation in 1999 that designates the month of May as National Military Appreciation Month. Since then, the Chamber,...
Titans' Insider Steve Layman says Tennessee was going to take OT Jack Conklin with it's first pick no matter what. It had nothing to do with the bizarre scenario that played out with Laremy Tunsil. Layman says priority number 1 for the Titans is...
In light of today’s Star Advertiser’s story titled “HMSA pre-authorization policy delaying critical tests, some doctors say” Dr. Scott McCaffrey, President of the Hawaii Medical Association (HMA) called today on Hawaii Medical Service Association (...
While the Manoa Heritage Center is celebrating its 20th year anniversary, it has also just hired an executive director for the first time.
Hawaii Biz Kids is a summer program that teaches children how to start their own businesses. 
Between 1937 and 1966, dancers, singers, and musicians from Hawaii became part of the incredible legacy of The Hawaiian Room at the Lexington Hotel in New York City.  
The Berry Company, proud publisher of the Hawaiian Telcom Directory, is partnering with schools on the islands of Hawaii, Kauai, Maui and Molokai to launch the #SmallBizBigOutcome recycling drive and environmental awareness campaign. 
Kailua Elementary School is one of 50 schools throughout the country to receive a 3D carver from the company Inventables. They've incorporated into a gardening project involving the 2nd and 5th graders at the school. We went to check out their work. 
Carolyn Kirio, Kapolei Middle School Librarian, will be honored at the White House as one of the nation’s great educators on Tuesday, May 3.
The Veterans Movement-Hawaii Chapter is proud to host “Gold Star Family Night” on Thursday, April 28, 5P – 9A at the Dave and Busters Showroom at Ward Entertainment Center. 
As a veteran of five separate Olympic Games over more than a two decade span Dara Torres is mentoring a group of first-time Olympic hopefuls vying to represent Team USA. Dara shared some of her memories from her first Olympic Games. 
Repeated sweeps of the Kalalau Section of the famed Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park on Kauai since the first of the year, has resulted in 104 people receiving citations for unpermitted presence in the area. One man was arrested for four...
This Saturday, April 30th, the 14th Annual Spam Jam takes over Kalakaua Avenue. 
UH head coach Nick Rolovich came in to talk about how his team has progressed in Spring Ball. He says his team has done a great job dealing with the distraction that came about when 2 of his players were arrested. 
Leon Siu is the Chair of the Committee of Hawaiian Nationals. He joined Sunrise this morning to talk about the legal basis for the continuity of the Hawaiian Kingdom as a sovereign nation. 
The Girls Who Bake Next door is a dessert truck owned by two Hawaii girls who specialize in cupcakes, mocha, cookies, lemon bars and brownies. 
Bank of Hawaii presents the 11th Annual Hawaii Book & Music Festival, a celebration of story and song taking place at the Frank F. Fasi Civic Grounds (Honolulu Hale) in downtown Honolulu on Saturday and Sunday, April 30 and May 1, 2016, from 10...
Lanakila Casupang will hold his big Mid-Pacific  "Pupukahi I Ke Alo O Na Pua" on Sunday, May 1 (May Day) at the Hawaii Theater.



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