Rev. Paul Osumi

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by Rev. Paul S. Osumi Reprinted with permission COST OF A HAPPY MARRIAGE The mere fact that a couple gets happily married doesn’t mean they are going to be happy. In order to possess the joy and...
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Recipe Board – Notice

This is the third Hawai‘i Herald issue that features recipes rather than upcoming events. Why? Because with “stay home” the name of the game to fight COVID-19, there isn’t much of anything going on....
Book cover, titled 'Favorite Island Cookery Book II'

Lihue Baked Beans

From: “Favorite Island Cookery” (Book 2) Bake: 350 degrees Time: 30 min. Yield: 6-8 servings Ingredients 4 strips bacon, chopped 1 medium onion, chopped 1 can (1 lb.) pork and beans 1 can (1 lb.) kidney beans, drained 1 can (1 lb.) lima...
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Sekihan (No. 1)

From: “Favorite Island Cookery” (Book 1) 1 cup azuki beans 2 cups water 4 cups mochi rice 1 cup regular rice 4 cups azuki water — if not enough, add water to make 4 cups 2 tsp. salt ¼ tsp. red...
With his wife Monica by his side, Mayor Derek Kawakami is sworn into office by Kaua‘i Circuit Judge Randal Valenciano. (Photos courtesy County of Kaua‘i)

Lead Story – Mayor Derek Kawakami

A New Generation of Kawakamis is Leading the Garden Island Richard Borreca Special to The Hawai‘i Herald The Kawakamis are Kaua‘i’s first family of politics. The political and retail power of the Garden Island courses through the Kawakami name. Three members of the clan — Richard, Bertha and Derek — have served in the state House....
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Dialogue – Mahalo Kauai!

Karleen Chinen Commentary No Hawai‘i Herald editor in her, or his, right mind wants to do a special edition, like this Kaua‘i Issue, as the last issue of the year . . . especially with the traditionally big New Year’s edition due in less than two weeks. That’s plain suicide! But that is exactly what....
The mochi-shaping crew takes a break to pose for a group shot. (Photo courtesy Akiko’s B&B)

Community Focus – Wailea Village Mochi Pounding Set for Dec. 28

Hawai‘i Island’s much-anticipated Wailea Village Mochi Pounding will be held on Saturday, Dec. 28, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Akiko’s Buddhist B&B in Hakalau (15 mile marker) along the Hämäkua Coast. The community mochi pounding that attracts residents and visitors alike is in its 22nd year. A short film on the event by....
The audience enjoys the handbell music of Tinkerbell. (Photos by Wayne Shinbara)

Community Focus – Peace Commemorated with Handbell and Shamisen Concert

Chaminade University’s Mystical Rose Oratory was the setting for the Christmas Concert for PEACE and Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Commemoration on Dec. 7. The program by Tinkerbell, a handbells performing group from Japan, and Tsugaru Shamisen music, also from Japan, was organized by the BDK – Rev. (Yoshiaki) Fujitani Interfaith Program at Chaminade University and....
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CULTURE 4KIDS! By Carolyn Kubota Morinishi and Marian Kurasaki Kubota
HIHO volunteers work on a group project for Kokua Kalihi Valley, moving a tree log in Kalihi Valley. (Photos courtesy HIHO)

Community – Happy 10th Anniversary , Hiho!

“Hands In Helping Out” is Helping to Build a Kinder, More Giving Community Jackie Kojima Special to The Hawai‘i Herald When December rolls around, most kids get to work on their Christmas wish list, hoping for the newest gadgets and toys. Adults, smitten by holiday sales, rush to the malls to shop till they drop.....

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