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    Interview with Deloris Guttman, Director, Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum

    President Barack Obama regularly referred to his home state of Hawaii as a big, harmonious community, where he was born and spent...

    Tax Isn’t a Peanut Butter Cup

    Once upon a time there were some property developers on Oahu. They thought that agricultural development would be a good thing. There were lots of tax incentives associated with agricultural development.

    Fiji Tourism reopens after two tough years–interview with Makaira Resort’s Roberta Davis

    I recently had a chance to connect with my old friend Roberta Davis, who has spent the last two years at her...

    Tax Workers’ “Get Out of Jail Free” Card

    You might not know this, but our tax workers enjoy all kinds of special privileges. Suppose, for example, a...

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    Telecommute in Style (and in clarity) with the Jabra Evolve 2 85

    Back in the bad old days of Covid isloation, those of us fortunate enough to work from...
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    Add a first class webcam, mouse and wireless keyboard to your home office

    Covid-19 has changed the way we work. First and foremost, even with the plague diminishing (at least in the US) telecommuting is...

    Why you Shouldn’t Sleep on Your Breasts and Other Important Points

    There’s one big problem with sleeping that most people never think about. This is an important issue, since we spend on average...

    Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro–another earbud for the Covid Era

    Who knows when this modern day biblical plague will end? In the meantime we have 21st century electronic gear...

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    A Niu Way–Vili Hereniko’s Polynesian take on living with Coconut Trees in the Aloha State

    Gracing hotels, resorts and high rises around Waikiki and throughout the Aloha State, there's nothing more iconic than the coconut palm.

    NOT the End of Gut-n-Replace

    On November 4, the Supreme Court of Hawaii released its decision in League of Women Voters v. State. That decision involved a bill enacted by the 2018 Legislature that went through some different incarnations before finally becoming law

    Mission: Joy – Documentary celebrates friendship between Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama screened at HIFF

    “Bromance” has been a staple in cinema, literature, and popular culture for a long time. Perhaps the latest incarnation of this genre...

    Turning Polynesian Myth into Digital Art–“Sina ma Tinirau” screened at Hawaii International Film Festival

    Vilsoni Hereniko, known to his friends as Vili, has come a long way from his native Rotuma, a Polynesian outlier in the...

    Hike Traffic Fines for Profit

    The Honolulu City Council wants to raise money for the Honolulu Police Department by adding a surcharge to traffic fines.  As KHON2...

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    A Niu Way–Vili Hereniko’s Polynesian take on living with Coconut Trees in the Aloha State

    Gracing hotels, resorts and high rises around Waikiki and throughout the Aloha State, there's nothing more iconic...

    Mission: Joy – Documentary celebrates friendship between Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama screened at HIFF

    “Bromance” has been a staple in cinema, literature, and popular culture for a long time. Perhaps the...

    Turning Polynesian Myth into Digital Art–“Sina ma Tinirau” screened at Hawaii International Film Festival

    Vilsoni Hereniko, known to his friends as Vili, has come a long way from his native Rotuma,...

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    Interview with Deloris Guttman, Director, Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum

    President Barack Obama regularly referred to his home state of Hawaii as a big, harmonious community, where he was born and spent...

    A Niu Way–Vili Hereniko’s Polynesian take on living with Coconut Trees in the Aloha State

    Gracing hotels, resorts and high rises around Waikiki and throughout the Aloha State, there's nothing more iconic than the coconut palm.

    Mission: Joy – Documentary celebrates friendship between Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama screened at HIFF

    “Bromance” has been a staple in cinema, literature, and popular culture for a long time. Perhaps the latest incarnation of this genre...
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    Interview with Deloris Guttman, Director, Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum

    President Barack Obama regularly referred to his home state of Hawaii as a big, harmonious community, where he was born and spent...

    Tax Isn’t a Peanut Butter Cup

    Once upon a time there were some property developers on Oahu. They thought that agricultural development would be a good thing. There were lots of tax incentives associated with agricultural development.

    Fiji Tourism reopens after two tough years–interview with Makaira Resort’s Roberta Davis

    I recently had a chance to connect with my old friend Roberta Davis, who has spent the last two years at her...

    Tax Workers’ “Get Out of Jail Free” Card

    You might not know this, but our tax workers enjoy all kinds of special privileges. Suppose, for example, a...

    A Niu Way–Vili Hereniko’s Polynesian take on living with Coconut Trees in the Aloha State

    Gracing hotels, resorts and high rises around Waikiki and throughout the Aloha State, there's nothing more iconic than the coconut palm.

    NOT the End of Gut-n-Replace

    On November 4, the Supreme Court of Hawaii released its decision in League of Women Voters v. State. That decision involved a bill enacted by the 2018 Legislature that went through some different incarnations before finally becoming law

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    Interview with Deloris Guttman, Director, Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum

    President Barack Obama regularly referred to his home state of Hawaii as a big, harmonious community, where he was born and spent his boyhood and adolescence. In fact, his Hawaiian background is, in many ways, a key...

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    Interview with Deloris Guttman, Director, Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum

    President Barack Obama regularly referred to his home state of Hawaii as a big, harmonious community, where he was born and spent...

    Tax Isn’t a Peanut Butter Cup

    Once upon a time there were some property developers on Oahu. They thought that agricultural development would be a good thing. There were lots of tax incentives associated with agricultural development.

    Fiji Tourism reopens after two tough years–interview with Makaira Resort’s Roberta Davis

    I recently had a chance to connect with my old friend Roberta Davis, who has spent the last two years at her...

    Tax Workers’ “Get Out of Jail Free” Card

    You might not know this, but our tax workers enjoy all kinds of special privileges. Suppose, for example, a...

    A Niu Way–Vili Hereniko’s Polynesian take on living with Coconut Trees in the Aloha State

    Gracing hotels, resorts and high rises around Waikiki and throughout the Aloha State, there's nothing more iconic than the coconut palm.

    NOT the End of Gut-n-Replace

    On November 4, the Supreme Court of Hawaii released its decision in League of Women Voters v. State. That decision involved a bill enacted by the 2018 Legislature that went through some different incarnations before finally becoming law
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    Interview with Deloris Guttman, Director, Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum

    President Barack Obama regularly referred to his home state of Hawaii as a big, harmonious community, where he was born and spent...

    Tax Isn’t a Peanut Butter Cup

    Once upon a time there were some property developers on Oahu. They thought that agricultural development would be a good thing. There were lots of tax incentives associated with agricultural development.

    Fiji Tourism reopens after two tough years–interview with Makaira Resort’s Roberta Davis

    I recently had a chance to connect with my old friend Roberta Davis, who has spent the last two years at her...

    Tax Workers’ “Get Out of Jail Free” Card

    You might not know this, but our tax workers enjoy all kinds of special privileges. Suppose, for example, a...
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