It was nice meeting you as well. I do hope that we get to see one another more often. Thanks for spending the day with me and I do agree that we were surrounded by some characters on Monday, but it was very enjoyable. I really do enjoy meeting new people. Keep in touch!
OTM? That's fantastic! I've been trying to get work on that show from the beginning. You're the first asian person (that is not filipino) that I know to work on it...hehe. Your next call might be for Journey 2. I think they're still filming. They built a fabulous set out in Kuuloa Ranch which my photography club stumbled on when we went on a hike
Hi Jodie, I'll be looking for you too. I'm actually an alternate standin. When his regular standin does photodouble duty they usually call me. What was really cool was when I got to be Cary Tagawa's standin. Hope to see ya on te set!
University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo students recently competed in the 9th annual Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) Statewide competition on O`ahu and received several honors that qualified them for the national competition in Orlando, Florida, June 25-28, 2014. The Public Service Announcement Team, categorized as a Teamwork Event, took first place with their 30-second […]
A Kona man was arrested early Thursday for boating under the influence. At 10:13 p.m. Wednesday (March 5), the U.S. Coast Guard notified police that a commercial dive boat and its operator had been reported missing. Another tour company picked up the boat’s customers from a dive spot off the Kailua-Kona coast. The inflatable boat […]
Hawaiʻi Island police are asking for the public’s help in locating a stolen pickup truck. Sometime between December 28 and December 29, a lowered primer-black 1986 Toyota 2-wheel-drive pickup truck was taken from Honokaʻa town. The truck’s license plate is HJV 353. It may be in the Hilo area. Police ask anyone with information about […]
Gov. Neil Abercrombie today announced the release of more than $65.6 million to the state Department of Education (DOE) for capital improvement projects (CIP) that will improve dozens of public schools across the state, while adding local jobs and enhance economic conditions. “Including the $62.4 million released for DOE projects last week, my administration has […]
The Highway 130 round-a-bout that will be going in soon in Pahoa at the Malama Market intersection went out to bid on March 6th and the bidding ended with Isemoto Construction putting in the lowest bid. Former blogger Aaron Stene said, “The bid result has to be verified and awarded. Then the HDOT has to […]