My Hawaii – A Visit to Yuntanza Museum
MY HAWAII By Colin Sewake I took a friend to the new Yuntanza Museum a week after it opened. The opening ceremony was held June 22 and the museum officially opened to the public the next day. General admission is ¥500 and only ¥200 for village residents. I had an annual passport made without any....
Ryan’s Table – The Sixth Noble Grape
RYAN'S TABLE By Ryan Tatsumoto Of the approximately 1,500 grape varieties grown worldwide, it is generally acknowledged that there are only six noble grape varieties. These six varieties produce outstanding wines on several continents. If you are a wine lover, you’ve probably sampled at least three, if not all six, of these noble grapes. All....
Your Social Security – Beware False Medicare or Social Security Ads
YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY By Jane Yamamoto-Burigsay
Medicare 411 – Two Ways to Get Your Medicare
MEDICARE 411 By Greg Dill
Historical Fiction – “Picture Bride, A Family Saga”
HISTORICAL FICTION By Michael G. Malaghan Chapter 136 The blood drained from Haru’s face. Five years had passed since Ume died — it was just after the Massie trial. Haru had last visited Irie and his three children three years ago. Haru rose to her feet, putting her hand over her mouth in a hushed....
GENERATION GAP by Jon J. Murakami
“Zen Ken Sho” Art Show and Sale
WHO/WHAT: The Daihonzan Chozen-ji International Zen Dojo will hold its annual art show and sale, “Zen Ken Sho.” It will include demonstrations of martial and fine arts used in Zen training at Chozen-ji, including...
JCCH Fall Craft Fair
WHO/WHAT: Local artisans will gather for the first Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i Fall Craft Fair, featuring assorted jewelry, textiles, clothing and more. Admission to the “Okage Sama De” historical exhibit will be free...
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