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    Licensing laws limit jobs, opportunity

    By Keli‘i Akina Braiding someone’s hair shouldn’t make you an outlaw. But that’s exactly what can happen under Hawaii’s restrictive...
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    Savings Bond Buyers Beware!

    Last month, the TreasuryDirect.gov website crashed as investors scrambled to lock in the historic 9.62% rate for the next six months on Series I...

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    Filmmaker Connie Florez Riffs on HIFF and Film in Hawai’i

    Editor's Note: Filmmaker and Hawai'i creative, Connie Florez, has been a local fixture for years in the digital media...

    HAMILTON MAKES HAWAII DEBUT AT BLAISDELL CONCERT HALL

    PERFORMANCES BEGIN DECEMBER 7th History is happening.  HAMILTON, the Tony®, Grammy® and Pulitzer Prize winning Broadway musical, written by Lin-Manuel...

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    Licensing laws limit jobs, opportunity

    By Keli‘i Akina Braiding someone’s hair shouldn’t make you an outlaw. But that’s exactly what can happen under Hawaii’s restrictive licensing laws. I bring this up because I noticed the Institute for Justice, based in Arlington, Virginia, just released the third edition of...
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    Fungal Fruit and Nasty Nuts: 

    Dried fruit and nuts have earned their reputation as healthy, nourishing foods that make for a great snack. They are convenient to carry and...

    Beekeeping for fun and sustainability in Hawaii Nei 

    Beekeeping in Hawaii dates to 1857, when the first hives were introduced from California. One hundred sixty five years later beekeeping has become...