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Editor’s note: Thank you to those who called and emailed and expressed your thoughts about the...
Jodie Chiemi Ching
This summer, why not treat yourself to reading a variety of Asian American literary and nonfiction books? Even though Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage month ended in May, you can hold...
NIKKEI CHRONICLES WANTS INTERGENERATIONAL STORIES
Discover Nikkei’s online journal, Nikkei Chronicles, wants your stories of what it is (or was) like to interact with family members of multiple generations within Japanese diasporic communities. For its...
Hawai‘i Herald Columnist
What’s the difference between preparing for a TV-movie “Sharknado” and preparing for a real hurricane or disaster?
If you’re Sharknado TV heroes Ian Ziering or Tara Reid, you might pack a shark-killing...
SUNDAY, AUG. 1
Midnight – Road of Chivalry
1:40 a.m. – Carmen 1945
3:40 a.m. – House on Fire
6 a.m. – Ninja Assassins
7:30 a.m. – The Prickly Mouthed Geisha 2
9 a.m. – Patience Has an End
10:50 a.m. –...
ADDITIONAL AARP TIPS
A disaster plan includes communications and an emergency meeting place where families can go for protection or to reunite. Keep an old analog phone that can work when digital phones lose power....
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“Racket Boys,” Monday and Tuesday at 7:45 p.m.; re-airs Tuesday and Wednesday at 2:15 p.m.
Teenagers grow through the...
WHO/WHAT: The University of Southern California’s Shinso Ito Center for Japanese Religions and Culture concludes its “Black + Japanese American Reparations Book Club” virtual series with a discussion of the 2020 book “Redress: The...
by Rev. Paul S. Osumi
Reprinted with permission
Many people try to run away from their inner loneliness. They do not know how to be alone. They do anything to escape from being alone. They...
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