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Category Archive: Education

Pink Out Color Run for American Cancer Society

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Are you registered for the Pink Out Color Run? No? Go register right now. The fun is tomorrow! The American Cancer Society along with KBIG FM will be holding a 5K Color Fun… Continue reading

Mammogram Time

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Do you get a regular mammogram? I do and am grateful that I have not had any indication of breast cancer. I don’t have history of breast cancer in my immediate family but… Continue reading

Hilo to Denver, Work and More

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I had some work that took me to Denver, Colorado recently. Since Hawaiian Airlines does not fly to Denver, I booked United Airlines to get me there. Once I got my bag, I… Continue reading

Taste of the Hawaiian Range 2019

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by Laurie Higashi My husband Mark had been a vegetarian for more than 20 years before being lured back to the ‘dark side’ of omnivorism by the siren call of delectable cured meats… Continue reading

Only Easy: IP Apple Butter

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By Misty I. August 21, 2019 What do you do when you have a lot of leftover apples at school? Make apple butter! There isn’t any actual butter in this recipe but it… Continue reading

Away to College — Shopping List

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My son is headed away to his first year of college. My friends and I have a range of emotions and feelings about our children leaving our homes. Some friends are feeling the… Continue reading

Only Easy: How to Make Boba Pearls

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By Misty I. June 19, 2019 I’ve loved lemonade since my favorite song was “My Sharona.” Recently my son had a lemonade stand project in his class. His wonderful teachers Ms. Shimizu and… Continue reading

Hilo DIY: Handmade, Budget-Friendly Graduation Sign

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by Tracie Yoshimoto, Most Irresistible Shop in Hilo Congratulations to the Class of 2019 and their ‘ohana! It’s wonderful to see graduates, their family and friends beam with pride throughout the commencement ceremony.… Continue reading

Kamilo Beach — “Plastic Beach”

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by Steven Chung Near the southernmost point of Hawai’i Island and the United States lies Kamilo Beach. Due to the unique currents that run by the beach, it used to be a popular… Continue reading

Women’s STARS Program now Accepting Applications! 

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Applications are now open for PISCES’ 2018 Women’s STARS (STEM Aerospace Research Scholars) Program! Students may apply online at http://www.pacificspacecenter.com/2018-stars-program/. STARS is a week-long summer STEM experience for Hawaii high school girls, ages 16 and up. Twelve… Continue reading