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Category Archive: people

Living Hilo Style 2016 in Review

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Living Hilo Style (LHS) published its first blog post in October of 2015. Since that time, all the writers for Living Hilo Style have had a great time reflecting on family, friends, Hilo,… Continue reading

Thanksgiving Traditions

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Monday Musings from Melinda by Melinda M. Thanksgiving’s coming! Are you ready?!  (Read about last year’s Thanksgiving post here.) I remember my first Hawaii Thanksgiving: I was fresh off the boat from college,… Continue reading

A Day of Giving Back–Sunrise Athletics and Hilo Medical Center Foundation

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It was a full day of giving back to our community for me.I woke up at 5 a.m. and headed to Panaewa Park where Sunrise Athletics, a running club for youth in Hilo,… Continue reading

Pacific Tsunami Museum Event

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A fundraiser was held recently at the Hilo Hawaiian Hotel for the Pacific Tsunami Museum. At this fundraiser, we honored the “Legacy of Aloha” and support that the Taniguchi family and KTA Super… Continue reading

Small Town

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Monday Musings from Melinda M. Chiara M. In the twelve years I have lived in our small town of Hilo, I’ve noticed the connection between everyone is strong. As in, everyone knows everyone. Literally.… Continue reading

Friend Time–at Volcano and at Home

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One of my dear friends returns home to Hilo fairly regularly to stay connected with her Hilo family.  I’m so lucky that she makes time to hang out with me too. When she… Continue reading

Birthday Parties, Hilo Style

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Monday Musings from Melinda by LHS Contributor Melinda M. No Chuck E. Cheese. No laser tag (when this post was written in 2016). No more bowling or pool rental or dollar movie theater.… Continue reading

Is it a Hilo Thing?

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Monday Musings from Melinda by LHS Contributor Melinda M. Thinking about eating out in Hilo tonight? In the morning? For an afternoon snack? If so, you could go to Ken’s…or Kenichi’s…or Don’s. What… Continue reading

You Would Never See This Happen in Honolulu!

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By LHS Contributor Jodilyn K. These three young women (soon to be high school freshman) from Hilo qualified for what is referred to as the West Zone Tennis Team Championships.   Six boys and… Continue reading

Uchinanchu

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Monday Musings from Melinda by LHS Contributor Melinda M. Ok. At the risk of being offensive, I will admit that, until I moved here, I didn’t know what or where Okinawa was. I… Continue reading