Entertainment – COMEDY IS DANGEROUS, YOU COULD GET SLAPPED

Worse Than Losing Our Hair, We Are Losing Our Sense of Humor Ryan Matsumoto Commentary, Special to The Hawai‘i Herald The first time I got slapped was in the third grade when I called Shelly Hirayama “Smelly...
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HOLIDAY COOKING – OMG! THE “MOCHI MAGIC” COOKBOOK IS SUPER KAWAII!

Jodie Chiemi Ching Commentary “Mochi Magic” (Storey Publishing, 2020) is written by Kaori Becker, a cook who specializes in Japanese cuisine. Filled with beautiful photographs of 50 varieties of traditional and modern mochi recipes, this cookbook...
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Cover Story – WAHIAWÄ STRONG

Mom-and-Pop Shops Persevere Through the Pandemic Dan Nakasone Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Wahiawä Town is like an island within an island in central O‘ahu. It is bordered by the north and south forks of Kaukonahua Stream,...

Cover Story – CLUB GENJI, MAHALO FOR THE MEMORIES

Two Friends Talk About Good Times Spent at a Favorite Hangout for Honolulu Locals Karen Shishido and Grant Murata Commentary Special to The Hawai’i Herald Editor’s Note: On Sept. 16, Club Genji owners, Gaye Misemer and Keiko Yamashige,...

Cover Story – THE HAWAI’I HERALD IS 40!

Jodie Chiemi Ching Commentary Forty, 75, 100 and 120 are just a few milestone number of years being celebrated in the Hawai‘i AJA community this year. The Hawai‘i Herald is 40! And this year we also commemorated...
Nisei veterans of the four World War II AJA units — the 100th Infantry Battaion, 442nd Regimental Combat Team, Military Intelligence Service and the 1399th Engineer Construction Battalion — gathered for a group photo at the “Fighting Two Wars: Japanese American Veterans Tribute” at the Hawaii Convention Center. The luncheon banquet was one of the events commemorating the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. (Photo by Terry Takaki)

Nisei Veterans’ Legacy – How Will We Remember Our Nisei Veterans?

Editor’s note: Earlier this year, outgoing MIS Veterans Club of Hawaii president George Arine asked me to be the speaker at the club’s New Year’s gathering at the Natsunoya Tea House. With an issue to send to press every other week, my initial thought was to politely decline. But as the days went by, giving....
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Commentary – After 26 years …

Gwen Battad Ishikawa Six thousand, seven hundred and ninety-seven . . . give or take. That’s how many days I’ve worked at The Hawai‘i Herald and Hawaii Hochi, Ltd. On April 20, I bid farewell to the building that was my second home for 26 years and to my co-workers who had become my second....
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Commentary – Honolulu’s “March For Our Lives”

Alan Suemori Commentary Special to The Hawai‘i Herald People from all walks of life gathered on that rainy Saturday morning, March 24, to bring attention to the killing sprees taking place on school campuses across the nation. Spurred on by the Feb. 14 tragedy at Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the Honolulu gathering attracted....

Remembering A People’s Minister

Karleen C. Chinen Commentary If the number of people who turned out to bid farewell to Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii’s 14th bishop was any indication, the Rev. Chikai Yosemori was a much-loved man. Yosemori, the...
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The Second (!!!) Annual Kaua‘i Issue

Strike up the band! The Hawai‘i Herald’s second annual Kaua‘i Issue is a reality — and now history. Thanks to a discount fare on Hawaiian Airlines, we were able to send Herald managing editor Gwen...

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