Photography by: David Croxford

Our Favorite Things – Part 3

Hawaii Business magazine

GINA GELBER, MANAGING EDITOR Retro Cool: There’s nothing like relaxing with vino and retro jazz or bossa nova. Frank Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim have been constant musical companions since childhood. International reads: My favorite authors include Colombia’s Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Brazil’s Paulo Coelho. Their literature transports you. Travel: Living and studying overseas has Read the full article…

Company Profiles , January 2017
January, 2017
Photography by David Croxford

The Future of Farming

Lianne Yu

Imagine a world in which robots, drones and artificial intelligence plant, monitor, harvest, and deliver your food. This may sound like science fiction, but it is, in fact, the emerging reality in farming. “We’re seeing robots that can plant, water and seed a 10-by-10 plot, pick strawberries and shake mac nut trees. There are infrared Read the full article…

As part of CSI's work, Kristine E. Keith and Tyler Norden talk with Gladys de Boer at The Plaza at Moanalua assisted living center. Photo by Aaron K. Yoshino.

Nonprofit Corner: CSI, But Not the TV Version

Jackie M. Young

No, it’s not that “CSI.” “Folks are always mixing us up with the TV show,” chuckles Shin (“Sheen”) Domen, 49, executive director of CSI Inc., a financial management nonprofit that seeks to provide Comfort, Security and Independence to elderly or disabled people. CSI was founded in 1987 – first as a for-profit, then in 1988 Read the full article…

January 2017 , Nonprofits
January, 2017
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Acts of Aloha: Thriving on the West Side

Acts of Aloha Promotion

The Salvation Army’s Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center celebrates its five-year anniversary in 2017. Design-firm G70 partnered with The Salvation Army – Hawaiian & Pacific Islands Division to build the largest community center in the 50th State, 200,000 square-feet to be exact, on 15 acres in Kapolei. G70 is an award-winning full-service agency Read the full article…

January 2017 , Nonprofits
January, 2017