"Not yet. I called Julie like you suggested and she confirmed she had my information. Not too long afterward I learned that the owner of a company that my wife's office does business with is getting married to one of Julie's nieces. So the…"
Not yet. I called Julie like you suggested and she confirmed she had my information. Not too long afterward I learned that the owner of a company that my wife's office does business with is getting married to one of Julie's nieces. So the Niece talked to Julie for me and apparently she "created a file for me" and if they need someone with my look, she will call me. My fingers are crossed, but I'm not holding my breath. I did, however, get a day last week on Hawaii 5-0 and I'm scheduled for two more days next week. Have you gotten anything since Soul Surfer?
The Aloha Exchange Club of East Hawaiʻi recognized Officer Blayne Matsui as “Officer of the Month” for March and Officer Bronson Kaliloa as “Officer of the Month” for April. Officer Matsui was honored for two separate traffic stops in February that led to arrests for various charges, including auto theft and bail jumping. Officer Kaliloa […]
Vice Speaker John Mizuno (Kamehameha Heights, Kalihi Valley, and Lower Kalihi), the author of HB1750, the revenge porn bill, provided, “I applaud the House and Senate Judiciary Chairs and conferees for passing HB1750, to make it a crime to distribute, transmit or display photos, images or videos of sexual representation or nude photos without the […]
Back by popular demand, The Brothers Cazimero will perform at Kahilu Theater in Waimea, on Saturday, May 10 at 7 p.m. This contemporary Hawaiian music duo has captivated audiences across the world with their melodious sound for over 35 years. After performing at Kahilu every presenting season since 1982, this is The Brothers Cazimero’s first […]
Leaders of the specialty coffee industry are traveling to the state’s largest agricultural district in early May to taste and see all the effort that goes into award-winning Ka‘u coffee. They include a leading voice for seed-to-cup sustainability, Mark Inman of California, and Blake Hanacek of Canada, a proponent of sustainable rural development and agribusiness […]
Effective February 2014, Temporary Assistance for Need Family (TANF) recipients are restricted from withdrawing their cash benefits at certain types of businesses. Restricted points of access include automated teller machines (ATM) or point of sale (POS) terminals at liquor stores, casinos, and gaming establishments. Retail establishments that provide adult-oriented entertainment (performers disrobe or perform in […]