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Dear Editor: I wish to commend and congratulate The Hawai‘i Herald for offering to its readers the address given by Adm. Harry B. Harris Jr. on June 22, 2014, at the 72nd anniversary of the...

Political Advertorials

NEIL ABERCROMBIE A Brighter Future for Generations to Come Aloha, This coming election is important. The future of Hawai‘i is at stake. We’ve made great progress, but there is still more to do to provide a brighter...

The Great 2014 David Vs. Goliath Match-Up

By Michael Markrich and Karleen Chinen Tall and thin with a head of thick, white hair, 88-year-old former Gov. George Ariyoshi bounds to the stage at the opening of state Sen. David Ige’s gubernatorial campaign headquarters....

US Senate – Q&A With The Candidates

1) WHAT SHOULD BE DONE ABOUT THE YOUNG CHILDREN ATTEMPTING TO ENTER THE UNITED STATES ILLEGALLY — AND ALONE — FROM MEXICO AND CENTRAL AMERICA? CAM CAVASSO (Republican) Children do best when they are nurtured by...

NGN — Digital Channel 677 (For updated information, call 538-1966)

“Tokoro-san no Me ga Ten! (Eye-Popping Science),” premieres on Friday, Aug. 1, at 8:30 p.m. A seemingly familiar and banal topic is put through a rigorous investigation each week. Things we normally take for granted...

KIKU – Channel 9

“Office in the Sky,” premieres Sunday, Aug. 3, at 8 p.m. Rika Inaba dreamed about being a reporter from the time she was a child and works in her dream job as a director at...

Who Gets Your Vote For Governor? – Q&A With The Candidates

1) WHAT WILL BE YOUR TOP THREE PRIORITIES UPON TAKING OFFICE? NEIL ABERCROMBIE (Democrat) Education: There is no greater investment we can make in our future than education. We look forward to providing preschool for all...

“Hanagurumu” – Ryukyuan Music, Dance and Fashion Show

WHO/WHAT: “Hanagurumu” is a unique and highly anticipated production of cultural exchange presented by Chinen Toshiko Ryuso Bunka Gakuin. This spectacular presentation is the first of its kind, and will focus on the beauty...

Japanese Women’s Society Foundation Holds Annual “Adopt-A-Mom” Program

Members of the Japanese Women’s Society Foundation, their guests and residents of Kuakini Home gathered at Hale Pulama Mau on May 19 for JWSF’s 18th annual “Adopt-A-Mom” program. The event is normally held on...

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