DEADLINE TODAY FOR 2014 DAY OF REMEMBRANCE EVENT

Each year, Japanese American communities around the nation set aside a day to reflect upon the legacy and lessons of the incarcerations that happened during World War II. This year's Honolulu program will take...

New Year’s Edition on sale now

Happy new year Hawaii Herald readers! Our annual New Year's issue, which features three sections and one insert, is on sale now! Inside you'll learn about New Year's traditions such as displaying kadomatsu and eating...

Meet The Deadbeats

The life of a musician is not an easy one. The Deadbeats, one of Hawaii's most popular bands, explains just what kind of sacrifice is involved to make it to the top of the...

Sale at TEMARI!

TEMARI is having its annual gathering for people who love textiles and the arts of beading, needle work, quilting, surface decoration, dyeing, printing and weaving. Enjoy Talk Story sessions on Japanese Family Crests, Ben Kudo;...

New issue in stores now!

The new issue of the Hawaii Herald is in stores now. Inside, you'll read about the Hokusai exhibition at the Honolulu Academy of Arts, which features his famous woodblock art print "The Great Wave Off...

HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIRS

OAHUHawaii United Okinawa Association Holiday Craft FairsBoth fairs will be at the Hawaii Okinawa Center, 94-587 Uke‘e St. For more information, call 676-5400.• Winter Craft Fair — Saturday, Nov. 30, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m....

New issue in stores now

The new issue of the Herald is in stores now and fans of kabuki will not want to miss this one. Our cover story takes a look at the University of Hawaii at Manoa...

The Congressional Gold Medal of Honor Issue

The latest edition of the Herald honors the newest Congressional Gold Medal of Honor recipients - the members of the 100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd Regimental Combat Team and the Military Intelligence Service. This special...

Hawaii Hochi Celebrates 100 Years

The staff of Hawaii Hochi, Ltd. A bust of our founder, Fred Kinzaburo Makino can be seen in the background. The statue in the right foreground is of the late owner Konosuke Oishi of...

Scoring From the Dugout

As promised, here is Joe Udell's second story from his recent trip to Japan, where he followed the Hawaii Island Movers baseball team and the Team Honolulu girls softball all-stars in Hiroshima and Kitakyushu....

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