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Daily Archives: November 23, 2011
Goings: Winter 2011-2012
Ulupo Heiau Hoike
The Ulupo Heiau Ho‘ike, held July 23, a free celebration of the history and culture of Kawainui and the Kailua..
The members of Farrington’s 2011 Division II Hawaii State Championship team are too young to remember when Merv Lopes and..
Watcher of the Wetlands
It’s a big job, but someone’s gotta do it. Many people envisioned a restored Kawainui (translation: the big water) with..
Island Snow End of Summer Beach Party
It’s a safe bet that if you love Kailua, you love the beach. And the payoffs were big at the..
Change is Gonna Do Him Good
To better know the Ken Makuakane of today is to clearly understand the difference between a 1959 Martin guitar, a..
Until We Meet Again
Can you name that tune in three notes? If the song is Queen Lili‘uokalani’s Aloha ‘Oe, the answer is nearly..
Da Kine Canine Festival
Take a walk any Sunday morning on Kailua Beach and you’ll see that dog lovers abound in Kailua. They were..
Where the Wild Kids Are
Our upcoming generations are micro-managed,” says teacher Christina Hoe. “They are overscheduled with sports and lessons and this and that..
The Summer of ’59
With broadcasting icons like Brent Musburger and Gary Thorne providing the call for ESPN’s viewers, there can be no doubt..
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