1) AS GOVERNOR, WHAT WILL BE YOUR TOP FIVE PRIORITIES UPON TAKING OFFICE?
JAMES “DUKE” AIONA (Republican)
Hawai‘i will be facing some significant challenges in the next four years and, as such, the governor of this...
“Rosy Day,” Sunday at 6:30 p.m./re-airs
Monday at 1:45 p.m.
Song-Jung Han is a novel writer. She is also a single mother who has raised three daughters: Da-Ae, Da-Jung and Da-In and struggles to let them...
WHO/WHAT: Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Taiko Center of the Pacific (TCP), a school of traditional and contemporary Japanese drumming, is offering a new session of classes for youth and adults of all ages and...
Aloha! My name is Mark Jun Hashem. I have served as the State Representative for House District 18, Kähala to Hawai’i Kai, for the past four years.
I was raised in Hawai’i and attended public schools...
“Broken Vow (Filipino drama),” Sunday at 5 p.m.
Roberto Sebastian falls in love with a country girl, Melissa Santiago. On their wedding day, Roberto learns Melissa was raped and is now pregnant. He cannot live...
SATURDAY, NOV. 1
Midnight – Lullaby for a Tough Guy
1:40 a.m. – Golden Peacock,
Parts 1 & 2
3:30 a.m. – Turbulent Highways
5:10 a.m. – Music Box
7 a.m. – The Viper and General
8:40 a.m. – Daimonji Conspiracy
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