Dinengdeng and Pinakbet

Dinengdeng & Pinakbet

Well, the people have spoken Gilbert S.C. Keith-Agaran Well, the people have spoken. Locally, Hawai‘i remains deep blue. Democrat Lt. Gov. Josh Green and State Rep. Sylvia Luke easily beat Republicans Duke Aiona (a former Lt. Gov. under the last...

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Prognostications and other such things Gilbert S.C. Keith-Agaran Governor David Ige proclaimed October 2022 as Civics Awareness Month. The Supreme Court of Hawai‘i created a Commission to Promote and Advance Civic Education (PACE) last year, in part to interest underrepresented...

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Eyeing Hawai‘i’s past monarchy and current government Gilbert S.C. Keith-Agaran As we drive to church on Kamehameha Ave., my mother complains the candidates who lost in the Primary should take down their yard signs and banners, especially those who posted...

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Koy’s ‘Easter Sunday’: A Review Gilbert S.C. Keith-Agaran When Jo Koy performed recently at the Castle Theater, I was surprised to learn from my sister the Pinoy comedian skipped his familiar repertoire of Filipino jokes. Instead, he riffed wryly on...

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Beyond this Election Gilbert S.C. Keith-Agaran | Photos courtesy Keith-Agaran Over the last month or so I’ve been filling out surveys from the news media, unions and advocacy groups sent to all candidates running in the upcoming election. Most have...

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Book Review: Tita Rosie’s Kitchen Books 1 And 2 Gilbert S.C. Keith-Agaran | Photos courtesy Keith-Agaran The summer months are ripe for lazy reading and I’ve always been a sucker for some breezy thrillers or mysteries to wile away the...

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