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Kadota Liquor and Fat Tire Ale

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Friday Tasting is here @Kadota’s! If you haven’t already, visit Kadota’s to taste Hilo’s new favorite beer, Fat Tire Amber Ale from New Belgium Brewing, plus some new wine finds that are great… Continue reading

Bonsai Show and Class

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Putting an Ukulele Together Workshop

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Soul on a Roll at Hilo Bay Cafe

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Do you like jazz?  Hilo Bay Cafe has just the thing for you!  After confirming all of the reservations for last weeks 2nd Wednesday’s jazz cancellation (due to exciting power outages on Hilo… Continue reading

Healthy and Modern Cooking for Busy Schedules

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I had the chance to sign up for a workshop offered by the professional development committee at Hawaii Community College and taught by the culinary program chef-instructor Brian Hirata. He taught a group… Continue reading

LooChoo Cultural Workshop–March 13

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Are you interested in learning about the Unichanchu language, culture, and performing arts?  There is an event that is open to the public. The event will be held on Sunday, March 13, 2016… Continue reading

Hawaii County Entrepreneurship Program

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Are you interested in starting a business on the Big Island? The County of Hawai‘i Department of Research and Development’s Business Resource Center is accepting applications for its new Hawai‘i County Entrepreneurship Program. Applications… Continue reading

Real Men Wear Pink: Remembering Tom

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 Just a few months ago, we were introduced to a very special human named Tom Callero. A few days ago we learned of his untimely passing. While we didn’t know him for very… Continue reading

Okonomiyaki Festival at HawCC

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Have you been hearing about trips to Japan that your friends are taking?  Are you salivating over the foods they are eating?  Do you wish you could try some authentic Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki?  You… Continue reading

Second Annual Hilo-Waiakea Bands Hot Dog Jam

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The Hilo Intermediate, Hilo High, Waiakea Intermediate, and Waiakea High School bands recently held a fundraiser to benefit the programs at their schools. It was an all-you-can-eat hot dog affair. Some people had… Continue reading