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Parenting drug-free kids in a drug-filled world

Mar 03, 2015 1:00am

Chris Kelly, founder of Prevention Plus, will teach two free classes on parenting drug-free kids at Tutu’s House in March. A substance abuse specialist for 21 years, he has dedicated his life to...

Garden classes were first conducted on straw bales that served as handy shelters from the relentless trade winds, led by Program Director Amanda Rieux. (PHOTO COURTESY OF MALA’AI CULINARY GARDEN)

10 years of aloha

Mar 03, 2015 1:00am
A blend of dance and theater, “The Brave” shows the vulnerability and resilience of the human spirit performed by Massive Company of Auckland, New Zealand at Kahilu Theatre on March 12. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Man up!

Mar 03, 2015 1:00am

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HMSA is designated Hawaii’s first Blue Zones Project Demonstration Worksite

Jan 06, 2015 1:00am

Andy Uehara had never heard of the word moai before 2014. Now it’s his key to better health and a more fun workplace at HMSA. His moai meets every Wednesday to talk story about their families, the...

Dozens of volunteers organized by The Big Island Giving Tree reached out to those in need this Christmas Day with prepare foods, gift bags and new blankets. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Dozens of volunteers help other communities as well as their own on Christmas Day

Jan 06, 2015 1:00am

As actor Russell Brand once said, “How we treat those most vulnerable is how we define ourselves.” In December, dozens of generous volunteers reached beyond North Hawaii to help other needy...

Kamuela Philharmonic presents two January concerts

Jan 06, 2015 1:00am

To kick off their 11th season, the Kamuela Philharmonic will present two concerts in January, one in Waikoloa and the other in Kona.

The first performance on Sunday, January 25 will take...

Legislative priorities top Waimea Town Meeting Jan. 8 agenda

Jan 06, 2015 1:00am

A variety of Legislative priorities for Waimea and North Hawaii in 2015 will top the agenda of the Waimea Community Association monthly meeting on Thursday, Jan. 8. Open to the public, the meeting...

Certified yoga teacher and Ayurvedic specialist Chelsea Morriss teaches weekly classes in Waimea and Mauna Lani. (COURTESY PHOTO)

For the health of it

Updated: Jan 07, 2015 9:18pm

The number one New Year’s resolution in the U.S. each year is weight loss. Although everyone has good intentions, more than 90% of those who lose weight gain it back and almost four out of five...

Executive Chef Stennis Hirayama demonstrated recipes from Tommy Bahama’s new “Flavors of Hawaii” cookbook at an event in their Mauna Lani restaurant in December. (PHOTO BY LANDRY FULLER)

Tasting the “Flavors of Aloha”

Jan 06, 2015 1:00am

In late December, Executive Chef Stennis Hirayama shared the “Flavors of Aloha,” a new Tommy Bahama cookbook with an intimate group at a five-course dinner held at the restaurant’s Mauna Lani...

Waimea Ocean Film Festival returns for its fifth year

Updated: Dec 30, 2014 3:25pm

The 2015 Waimea Ocean Film Festival returns to Hawaii Island this week to both inspire and increase awareness of the island’s culture and environment through award-winning films, presentations,...

Present and past high school students from Parker School, Hawaii Preparatory Academy, and Honoka’a High School will perform classic Broadway tunes at the “Back to Broadway” show at Kahilu Theatre on Jan. 10 and 11. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Kahilu Youth Troupe brings Broadway to Waimea Jan. 10 & 11

Dec 30, 2014 1:00am

The Kahilu Youth Troupe will perform “Back to Broadway,” a show filled with classic Broadway tunes on Saturday, Jan. 10 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Jan. 11 at 4 p.m. at Kahilu Theatre. Musicals will...

College classes now available at Kanu and NHERC

Dec 30, 2014 1:00am

In cooperation with Hawaii Community College, Kanu o ka Aina now offers college classes for current high school students. Students participating in the “Running Start” program earn dual credit as...

The Grinch stole Santa's sleigh at the Waikoloa Village Christmas Parade earlier this month. (PHOTO COURTESY OF VICTORIA MCKINNEY)

Waikoloa Christmas Parade spreads the holiday cheer

Updated: Dec 30, 2014 7:27am

The Grinch stole Santa’s sleigh at the Waikoloa Village Christmas Parade earlier this month. (PHOTO COURTESY OF VICTORIA MCKINNEY)

The keikis in Waikoloa were so happy to see Santa finally...

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