November, 2015

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November, 2015

Parting Shot: The Fabric of Giving

Tuesday, 10:52 AM The Salvation Army 322 Sumner St., Iwilei Photo by Aaron K. Yoshino Mabel Kihamahana cuts and sews fabric to refurbish donated furniture at The Salvation Army in Honolulu. Each cushion takes her about 20 minutes to reupholster. Kihamahana’s 40th anniversary with The Salvation Army is this Dec. 26. Congratulations.

November, 2015

Turkey Hunt With a View

Hawaii Island’s Parker Ranch offers guided hunts of wild animals for one to four people. You can hunt goats and wild pigs any time of the year, but you can only hunt for wild turkeys during March. “Inexperienced and experienced hunters, including women and children 7 years and older, come to hunt a turkey and Read the full article…

November, 2015

Kiteboarding for Everyone

If you have been admiring kiteboarding from afar, David Dorn says it’s time to try it yourself. Dorn is the owner of Action Sports Maui and has been teaching kiteboarding since 1997. Back then, he says, “It was more of an extreme sport with a radical reputation and, now, with our safe teaching techniques, it’s Read the full article…

November, 2015

Talk Story with John Chamness

Divisional Leader, Salvation Army Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division

The nonprofit spends about $37 million a year to help Hawaii’s poorest people. Many of its services solve immediate needs, like hunger, but the Salvation Army is setting its sight on a new long-term initiative to stem poverty at its core. You assisted almost 117,300 people in Hawaii in 2014. Which group stands out most Read the full article…

November, 2015

Inside the Mind of an Entrepreneur

In the pressure cooker world of startups, it’s taboo to seek care for anxiety, depression and other mental-health issues. A Honolulu doctor wants to change that.

In the high-tech gold rush of modern Silicon Valley, the people most qualified to succeed are the least capable of handling success.” That’s how HBO describes its buzzy TV show, “Silicon Valley,” but is this characterization true? Ryan Louie shed some light on the issue in a paper recently published in the journal Academic Psychiatry. Read the full article…