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Community Focus – “Hawaii for Hiroshima” Committee Raises Over $43,000 for Hiroshima Relief

“Hawai‘i for Hiroshima,” a group of organizations with ties to Hiroshima Prefecture, has raised more than $43,521 in relief funds to aid the prefecture following the heavy rains that hit Hiroshima in early July, causing widespread flooding and landslides. The rains damaged homes and businesses and claimed the lives of 108 residents and injured 17....
In this 1978 Photo by Honolulu Star-Bulletin photographer Terry Luke, Honolulu Sake Brewery president and general manager Shinzaburo Sumida celebrated the company’s 70th anniversary. (From: Nov. 17, 1978, Honolulu Star-Bulletin)

In Their Own Words – “… Justice Was Out Of Your Reach”

The Voice of Shinzaburo Sumida Gail Honda Special to The Hawai‘i Herald The following interview write-up is the fifth of seven that will be published in The Hawai‘i Herald this year. It is part of a series titled, “In Their Own Words.” In the spring of 1980, I had the opportunity to interview seven former....
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NGN3 October Movie Schedule

MONDAY, OCT. 1 Midnight - Glorious Firefighter's Standard 1:20 a.m. - Bloodiest Flower 3 a.m. - Codes of Meiji 4:30 a.m. - The King and His Vassals 6:10 a.m. - The Medicine Case 7:30 a.m. - Actress vs.Greedy Sharks 9 a.m. - The Daimonji Conspiracy 10:40 a.m. - Thugs of Shinjuku 12:10 p.m. - Gang Chushingura....
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“Doctors 2018 Special,” Monday Oct. 1 at Noon. Dogami General Hospital is celebrating its 100th anniversary, and to celebrate the occasion, the hospital's director decides to open a clinic in Bhutan as a way to give back to the people in need of medical care. In her absence, Dr. Suguru Moriyama becomes the new hospital....
“He keeps looking for visual patterns, similarities, recurring motifs in the wild disorder of everyday life,” says art critic Wayne Muromoto of 86-year-old artist Harry Tsuchidana.

Arts Review – Wild About Harry Tsuchidana

Wayne Muromoto Commentary Special to The Hawai‘i Herald It was pretty funny the first time I met Harry Tsuchidana a couple of decades ago. It was for an interview for The Hawai‘i Herald. I knocked on the door of his apartment studio. It swung open and there was Harry, his mouth agape, eyes bulging out....
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Historical Fiction – “Picture Bride, A Family Saga”

HISTORICAL FICTION By Michael G. Malaghan Chapter 134 Across town, Haru’s eldest son Takeshi sat quietly in the back of the Throne Room in ‘Iolani Palace, scribbling notes as the Hawaiian Statehood Committee wrapped up its meeting. Seven United States senators and 12 members of the U.S. House of Representatives were reading their final remarks....
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Estate Planning Insights – Aretha Franklin Follows in Prince’s Footsteps

ESTATE PLANNING INSIGHTS By Ethan R. Okura Just over two years ago, I wrote a column about Prince, the musical legend, and how he passed away without a will. I detailed some of the problems that his estate would face — and continues to face to this day — because he did not adequately prepare....
Ryukyukoku Matsuri Daiko Hawaii students perform to music by Hidekatsu (far right).

Community Focus – Hui Makaala Fashion Show Wows Audience

Chanterelle Couture, ‘Iolani and Ari South headlined Hui Makaala’s 49th annual Scholarship Fund Luncheon and Fashion Show on July 22 in the Coral Ballroom of the Hilton Hawaiian Village. The three are all top-tier Hawai‘i designers who have been very successful in their careers. They shared a variety of their designs with the audience, showing....

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