In Our Community – SEPT. 21: RING YOUR BELL FOR PEACE

Jodie Chiemi Ching On the morning of Tuesday, Sept. 21, a special virtual “Ring Your Bell for Peace Day” event was held to commemorate International Peace Day. The event was a joint effort presented by...
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Dialogue – MAHALO HAWAI‘I ISLAND!

Jodie Chiemi Ching Commentary We at The Hawai‘i Herald are so excited to bring you the ninth annual Big Island special edition! It’s only fitting that Kïlauea grace our cover to tie in with our theme...
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COMMUNITY FOCUS

LANAKILA MEALS ON WHEELS IS 50! Lanakila Meals on Wheels program first started in 1971 as a lunch wagon in A‘ala Park. Known first as the Honolulu Nutrition Program — which was established under a...

Ryan’s Table – THE A-MAIZE-ING GRAIN

Ryan Tatsumoto Hawai‘i Herald Columnist Many years ago, while my dad was a letter carrier in Waimänalo, he often brought home corn given to him by employees at the Waimänalo Research Station, College of Tropical Agriculture...
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Your Social Security – NEED A STANDARDIZED BENEFIT-VERIFICATION LETTER?

Get it Online Jane Burigsay Courtesy: Social Security Administration If you need a benefit-verification letter, sometimes called a “proof-of-income letter,” we have good news for you! Your benefit-verification letter is available online when you need proof of...
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Aloha From Bamboo Ridge

PELE’S TEARS Rachel Ana Brown Published with Permission “Bamboo Ridge: Journal of Hawai‘i Literature and Arts No. 91” (Bamboo Ridge Press, 2007) It hasn’t rained for four years. Mom has one of her boyfriends  hook the bathtub drain to a pipe...
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Historical Fiction – “A Question of Loyalty”

Mike Malaghan Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Editor’s note: “A Question of Loyalty” is the second historical novel in Mike Malaghan’s trilogy on the Japanese American experience in Hawai‘i. Prior to “A Question of Loyalty,” the...
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Bulletin Board – HJJCC: MANJU MAKING WITH MRS. YAJIMA

WHO/WHAT: Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce presents an afternoon with Mrs. Lillian Yajima. Every year, Mrs. Yajima — now a 101-years young — teaches the Cherry Blossom Festival contestants how to make her...
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