A Sense of Place – Epilogue: The New Kapoho, 2018
Frances H. Kakugawa From “Echoes of Kapoho,” Published with Permission Memoir writers are often accused of invading the privacy of others. “Did you write about me?” readers ask. “Is that woman my neighbor?” “Who were you writing about in that story?” When my book “Kapoho: Memoir of a Modern Pompeii” was released in 2011, I....
Memories – The Two Families of Isamu Manago
Jodie Chiemi Ching “I have three mothers and three fathers — I feel grateful,” said 91-year-old Isamu Manago who is the second youngest of Kinzo and Osame Manago’s seven children. Kinzo and Osame founded the Manago Hotel in Kona on Hawai‘i Island in 1917, now owned and managed by sansei Dwight Manago and his wife....
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Ryan’s Table – It’s Greek to Me
Ryan Tatsumoto Hawai‘i Herald Columnist I’m not sure why, but I’ve always loved the flavors of the Mediterranean — cuisine that comes from countries surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. Extremely diverse, it includes dishes from European countries such as Greece, Italy and Spain; North African countries such as Algeria, Libya and Moroco; and Middle Eastern countries....
Your Social Security – Why Social Security is Important for Women
YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY By Jane Yamamoto-Burigsay
Medicare 411 – Still Time to Change Your Medicare Health Plan
MEDICARE 411 By Cate Kortzeborn
Historical Fiction – “A Question of Loyalty”
Michael G. Malaghan Special to The Hawai‘i Herald “I hate Tökyö Decembers,” murmured Hiromi, surprising even herself that she had spoken up. It was just an hour after lunch, but already the amber sun had begun fading into broken patches of orange glow peeking between Marunouchi’s skyscrapers. Her co-worker’s furtive glance at her declaration lasted....
GENERATION GAP by Jon J. Murakami
by Rev. Paul S. Osumi Reprinted with permission GOD’S TELEPHONE NUMBER A preacher said, “The trouble is that we want to ring God up on the phone, but we don’t know His number.” Petty, selfish prayers will...