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A variety of sorbets and gelatos are made each week at the Hamakua Incubator Kitchen by Ron Zisookm, owner of GelatoOno. (COURTESY PHOTO)

I scream, you scream, we all scream for GelatoOno

Updated: Dec 16, 2014 7:19am

If you grew up on the mainland in the 20th century, you no doubt have fond memories of the classic ice cream truck that drove through your neighborhood on hot summer days with a distinct jingle...

Tattoo artist Brandon Rapozo, who owns Native Flesh in Hilo, was photographed for his trade at the 2013 Pacific Ink & Art Expo held at the Blaisdell Center on Oahu. (PHOTO BY RYAN SAKAMOTO | SPECIAL TO NHN)

Skin Art

Dec 16, 2014 1:00am

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Scholarships offered for environmental leadership program

Dec 16, 2014 1:00am

The Kohala Center and Brown University are offering full tuition scholarships for two high school students residing in the state of Hawaii to participate in the Brown Environmental Leadership Lab-...

The Piko Hale gallery features original work of Hawaii artists and artisans, including this whimsical lamp created by Mary Gion, working under the name of La Velle Designs. (PHOTO BY SARAH ANDERSON | SPECIAL TO NHN)

Honokaa’s new hangout

Dec 16, 2014 1:00am

At Honokaa’s new Piko Hale Artisan and Fine Art Gallery, visitors will certainly find art. But they will also find food trucks, live music and a whole lot of fun.

“It’s a new concept,” says...

One of many scenes featured in “The Mouse House,” a miniature Christmas village created by beloved island painter Martha Greenwell. “The Mouse House is on display at Hawaii Preparatory Academy’s Isaacs Art Center through Jan. 10. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Christmas Village Display Returns to Issacs Art Center

Dec 09, 2014 1:00am

Martha Lowrey Greenwell’s Christmas Village, affectionately known as “The Mouse House,” is on display now through Jan. 10 at Hawaii Preparatory Academy’s Isaacs Art Center. The exhibit includes a...

Noah Dodd, Sam Robinson, and HPA fourth graders Gabriel Aiona and Logan Walter learn how to press sugar cane as a snack after sorting the school’s zero waste. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Valuable Resources

Updated: Dec 09, 2014 9:54am

According to the County of Hawaii Department of Environmental Management, green waste diversion services have been provided in West and East Hawaii for more than 10 years now, resulting in 267,000...

Hawaii Forest Institute launches crowdfunding campaign to help Hawaii’s forests

Dec 09, 2014 1:00am

Hawaii Forest Institute’s “Mahalo ‘Āina: 40 Days for Hawaii’s Forests” Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign aims to help HFI reach its annual goal of planting 4,000 seedlings while providing forest...

The Won Ton Poke Taco is one of the most popular dishes on the new menu introduced at Tako Taco this fall. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Award-winning Big Island Brewhaus adds new flavor to the menu

Dec 09, 2014 1:00am

Big Island Brewhaus has long been a hang out for locals and visitors, known for a wide variety of exclusive draft beers and Mexican cuisine.

The owner and brewmaster, Tom Kerns, has won...

Dr. Trevor Hartwell demonstrates to his patient how to address a common form of sleep disordered breathing using a plastic retainer to hold the jaw and chin forward while sleeping. (COURTESY PHOTO)

A Unique Dental Practice

Updated: Dec 15, 2014 11:52am

Do you, or someone you know, suffer from snoring or sleep apnea? Surprisingly, these conditions may be relieved with specialized dentistry. Dr. Trevor Hartwell, DDS, in partnership with Dr. Doi at...

New Exclusive Native Hawaiian Artists Fellowship

Dec 09, 2014 1:00am

To support Native Hawaiian artists active in the fields of dance, music, traditional and visual arts, the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) has announced a new fellowship with a Jan. 15...

Standing next to the Makahiki banner at the Honoka’a Park,Teri Sugg, Jonathon Freeman and Ikuko Kurata see the first runners in the Makahiki Relay off. (Photo by Sarah Anderson |Special to NHN)

Makahiki Relay Around the Island

Dec 02, 2014 1:00am

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The resort’s longest-term employee, Donald Case, was honored recently for his 50 years of service to Mauna Kea Resort. He is pictured here with Mauna Kea Beach Hotel Manager Phyllis Branco. (PHOTO BY MARIE NAKANO | COURTESY OF MAUNA KEA BEACH RESORT)

A Golden Celebration

Dec 02, 2014 1:00am

Everyone has their own memories of Mauna Kea Beach Hotel. For some, it’s a dream wedding or magical honeymoon; for others a memorable family reunion or special birthday celebration.

Since...

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