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And Then There Were Two

Guzman unsuccessful in bid to become first Maui Mayor of Filipino ancestry. Incumbents win in many races. Alfredo Evangelista | Assistant Editor Victorino and Cochran to Face Off for Mayor’s Race in November The highly touted race for Maui Mayor...

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No Vote… No Complain

This article has been updated. Earlier this month, we celebrated America’s founding and the freedoms associated with democracy. Perhaps our most important freedom is our right and responsibility to vote. In Hawai‘i, the August 11 Primary Election is right around...

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A June Plantation WeddingA June Plantation Wedding

Editor’s note: The following is excerpted from Christine Sabado’s soon-to-be published memoirs. The Sabados celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary on June 14. As we were about to enter the little plantation house, my nervousness overwhelmed me. Perhaps it was the...

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Celebrating July 4th–Freedom is Not Free

On July 4, 1776, the Continental Congress, representing 13 colonies, declared its freedom from British governance, and issued the Declaration of Independence. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by...

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Memorial Day and Filipino Veterans

What does Memorial Day mean to you? It comes and goes year after year. When you ask most kids these days, it means no school for the keiki or a holiday for the working class. On the front lawn of...

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