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Remembering Big Wind’s Big Fail On Lanai Courtesy: Friends of Lanai

Remembering Big Wind’s Big Fail On Lanai

The lesson for concerned communities is to “just say no” and to never give up.

Danny De Gracia: Time To Stop Making Excuses And Just Get Started Already Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Danny De Gracia: Time To Stop Making Excuses And Just Get Started Already

We have the right to expect the full benefits of human civilization by having an attentive government that is progressive in getting things done.

Let’s Dump The Electoral College Screenshot/2022

Let’s Dump The Electoral College

One person, one vote is the only fair way to choose American presidents.

John Pritchett: Direct Deposit John Pritchett/Civil Beat/2022

John Pritchett: Direct Deposit

Hawaii taxpayers are receiving refunds of $100 or $300, thanks to a new law that takes advantage of a budget surplus. But amidst rising costs it may only go so far.

How To Avoid Skin Cancer Without Harming Marine Species Alana Eagle/Civil Beat/2017

How To Avoid Skin Cancer Without Harming Marine Species

Stay out of the midday sun and cover up, of course, but especially don’t use chemical sunscreens.

Chad Blair: Josh Green: Doctor, Politician — And Novelist? HNN/2022

Chad Blair: Josh Green: Doctor, Politician — And Novelist?

Hawaii’s Democratic nominee for governor penned a book in 2010 titled “The Idea Man.” Really!

Gun Ownership Lessons For Hawaii From Missouri Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat/2018

Gun Ownership Lessons For Hawaii From Missouri

We must acknowledge the risks that come with more gun availability for reasons of self-defense.

Denby Fawcett: A Mecca For Urban Gardeners Struggles To Recover From The Pandemic Courtesy: Urban Garden Center

Denby Fawcett: A Mecca For Urban Gardeners Struggles To Recover From The Pandemic

The University of Hawaii’s Urban Garden Center in Pearl City is closing its popular apiary and looking to beef up staff and volunteers.

Everyone Can Help Fight Breast Cancer Courtesy: Susan G. Komen

Everyone Can Help Fight Breast Cancer

The Susan G. Komen “More Than Pink Walk” is set for Oct. 2 at Kapiolani Park.