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Fête in Chinatown Honolulu is one of many restaurants offering take-out. The cotechino bucatini is a pork pasta entree available for take-out.

Ryan’s Table – “Home Alone” Meal Tips

Ryan Tatsumoto Hawai‘i Herald Columnist Remember the movie “Home Alone?” In the current surreal drama of COVID-19, I feel like Macaulay Culkin grasping his cheeks with his eyes and mouth wide open. Though staying at home and avoiding any crowd is the only way to “flatten the curve,” we still need to eat to maintain....
Comic Shushin, April 3, 2020 Issue

Shushin

Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii Tanin to kuraberu no yameru to, Jinsei wa gutto raku ni naru yo. Life would be easier if you don't compare yourself to others.
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Community Focus – Hawaii Island AJA Veterans Group Offers Scholarships

The Hawaii Island AJA Veterans Legacy Association is accepting applications for $1,000 scholarships that will be awarded to two graduating seniors who plan to continue their post high school education this fall. The scholarships are funded by the Hawaii Island AJA Veterans Legacy Association, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community organization dedicated to honoring and perpetuating the....
Drawing featuring Dennis Fujitake as a comic

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8•0•8 By Dennis Fujitake
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Community Focus – “HIFF@Home” to Launch April 3

On April 3, the Hawai‘i International Film Festival will launch a new initiative, “HIFF@HOME,” a specially curated program of short films, which will be available to view at www.hiff.org for free. It is HIFF’s response to the impact of COVID-19. These short films have been screened in previous HIFF events, many of them award winners,....
The object of this game was to grab the bag of snacks with your teeth — no hands allowed. (Photos courtesy Colin Sewake)

My Hawaii – Family Fun and Games in Nagahama

The Nagahama Kumin Undökai Brings a Community Together Colin Sewake Hawai‘i Herald Columnist “Okinawa is such a beautiful place, not just the ocean and scenery and culture, but the people. I’ve been treated well and taken care of by many people here in what has become ‘My Hawai‘i.’” — Colin Sewake The 46th annual Nagahama....
Picture of no-bake energy balls

Bulletin Board – Recipe, “No-Bake Energy Balls”

Chef Michi Holland Prep time: 45 min. Cooking time: 0 Total time: 45 min. 10 servings Ingredients: Cooking spray 2 cup rolled oats 2/3 cup pecans (rough-chopped) 2/3 cup dried cranberries ¼ cup ground flaxseed 2 Tbsp. brown sugar Salt ½ cup almond butter ¼ cup maple syrup...
Honolulu Hiroshima Kenjin Kai’s proud new class of octogenarians (from left): Fumie Kitamura, George Kodama, Janette Nagao, Nancy Shimamoto, Lillian Uedoi and Shirley Yamada. Standing behind them are 80-year-old member recognition chair Kenneth Saiki (far left), “Japan’s Elvis” — Toki Toyokazu and HHKK president Wayne Miyao.

Community Focus – Honolulu Hiroshima Kenjin Kai Celebrates New Year and Milestone Anniversary

Members of the Honolulu Hiroshima Kenjin Kai welcomed the new year and also celebrated the 65th anniversary of the club’s establishment with a luncheon gathering on March 8 at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i. HHKK president Wayne Miyao welcomed the members and guests in attendance to the get-together. He said this year’s shinnen enkai....
Historical Fiction by Michael G. Malaghan

Historical Fiction – “A Question of Loyalty”

Michael G. Malaghan Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Kenta and his men followed the sergeant to the back of the gym where several closed doors lined the wall. He had never seen those doors open and assumed that they led to a utility room housing pipes and wires. A brass ring holding a half-dozen four-inch-long....

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