Mallory Go

Herald Salutes – Molokai High School Sophomore, Mallory Go

Moloka‘i High School sophmore Mallory Go won first place at the Hawai‘i HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) National Leadership Conference, held from Feb. 26 to 27 at the Hawai‘i Convention Center. Go competed against other Hawai‘i high school students in epidemiology –– or the study of the distribution, incidence and control of disease in....
Stacie Kunihisa

Herald Salutes – Kanoelani Elementary School Principal, Stacie Kunihisa

Kanoelani Elementary School principal Stacie Kunihisa was named the 2019 Hawai‘i National Distinguished Principal by the Hawai‘i Elementary School and Middle School Administrators Association at the Hale Koa Hotel on April 28. She will join the National Association of Elementary School Principals and awardees from the other 49 states in Washington, D.C., in October. Just....
Kuakini president and CEO Gary Kajiwara, seated between Consul General of Japan in Honolulu Koichi Ito and Mrs. Misako Ito, holds his imperial decoration certificate. Kajiwara was presented The Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette. (Photos courtesy Kuakini Health Systems)

Herald Salutes – Kuakini Health System President and CEO, Gary K. Kajiwara

Kuakini Health System president and CEO Gary K. Kajiwara was presented The Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette, by Consul General of Japan Koichi Ito on Feb. 1 at the Japanese Consulate. Kajiwara was recognized for his contributions to strengthening and promoting mutual understanding between Japan and the United States in the....
The panelists (from left): moderator Noe Tanigawa; sociolinguist Sara Roberts; former Gov. John Waihe‘e III; Katie Drager of the UH Charlene Junko Sato Center for Pidgin, Creole, and Dialect Studies; and comedian Andy Bumatai.

Local Style – “Will Pidgin Survive the 21st Century?”

Jodie Chiemi Ching Almost every day at about 11 a.m., The Hawai‘i Herald team — all three of us — gathers around editor Karleen Chinen’s desk so advertising manager Grant Murata can make us “karaboshi krakkah.” The “karaboshi krakkah” is a Diamond Bakery Saloon Pilot cracker. Murata spreads his peanut butter and honey mixture on....
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Yoshiaki “Aki” Sewake and his mom, Keiko at the entrance of Yomitan High School. Like in Hawai‘i, it is customary for graduates in Okinawa to receive lei and gifts.

My Hawaii – Graduation Yomitan Style

Colin Sewake Hawai‘i Herald Columnist The tradition of proudly receiving your diploma in a cap and gown to the tune of “Pomp and Circumstance” is pretty much a given at any high school or college graduation ceremony in the United States.  It was no different in the ’80s when I attended Leilehua High School in....
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Dear Frances – What Children Can Teach Us

Frances H. Kakugawa Hawai‘i Herald Columnist Dear Readers, Hi, my name is Wordsworth, I am the mouse poet from a series of children’s books written by Frances. This month, I volunteered to write this column while she is away giving lectures and book talks in Hawai‘i. At first, she was skeptical about letting me write....
The Kupuna Caucus holds regular meetings at the State Capitol to talk about public policies relating to küpuna. (Photo by Kevin Kawamoto)

Column Story – A Good Year for Kupuna

Gov. Ige Signs Important Bills Supporting Küpuna Programs Kevin Kawamoto Special to The Hawai’i Herald By the time the Hawai‘i state Legislature adjourned last month, several important bills that benefit kūpuna — or older adults in Hawai‘i — were passed and sent to Gov. David Ige for his signature. These bills, along with others that....
Fast and simple comfort food: Vienna sausage, green beans and eggs. (Photos courtesy of Ryan Tatsumoto)

Ryan’s Table – Sausage Adventures

Ryan Tatsumoto Hawai‘i Herald Columnist Sausage. It’s the meat of summer picnics and the national symbol of a great baseball game. The savory, encased meat was also a favorite food of the late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, host of the television food series “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown,” who died a year ago. Vienna sausage was....

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