Aloha,Although I'm not getting updates on a regular basis anymore for whatever reason, I did attend the Tuskegee Airmen symposium and "Red Tails" preview at the Pacific Air Museum on Sunday, Jan. 16th, and I enjoyed it immensely, finding the discussions quite interesting. I hope some other HAN members were able to attend.Aloha,Robert MitchellSee More
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This group is for scenic and graphic designers, art directors, painters, carpenters and anyone who believes that filmmakers should look in Hawaii first for people who can make Sets and Props available for their productions.
A week wrapped in palaka, paniolo pride and performance rolls out May 17-26, with exciting drama, movies, food events, rededication of the new Honoka‘a Arena, a 90th birthday gala for the Andrade Building and the rollicking fun of Honoka‘a Western Week (HWW). Spearheaded by the Honoka‘a Business Association, HWW brings together a lively cast of […]
A 25-year-old Hilo man has been charged with kidnapping and other offenses in connection with a series of events this past weekend that began in Hilo and ended at a West Hawaiʻi beach thanks to the help of concerned citizens. On Saturday morning (April 19), police received a report that Keahi Sale had kidnapped an […]
On a viciously windy day while out running some errands in town we get a call from our friends saying “The backyard is on fire blowing straight towards the house, we’re taking the dogs!”. They were not kidding. We were 10 minutes away, and by the time we got halfway home we could see the […]
An arbitration panel has issued an award for educational officers of the State of Hawaii Department of Education (DOE) who are members of the Hawaii Government Employees Association (HGEA) bargaining unit 06. The decision, announced April 21, affects DOE school principals and other educational officers. “Our principals do tremendous work in leading their schools towards […]
Hawai‘i Governor Neil Abercrombie has declared Saturday, May 3 as Big Island Chocolate Festival Day! The proclamation not only heralds Hawai’i’s growing cacao industry, but also the culinarians who masterfully create foods featuring chocolate. The three-day festival offers a full lineup of chocolate decadence from planting to plating: a Kona cacao farm tour, plus seminars, […]