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Interacting with Junior

November 12, 2013 One of the problems with having 12,463 channels, or thereabouts, on cable television is that there must be a program showing on all those stations. more »»

Holiday honors U.S. veterans

November 11, 2013 Today is Veterans Day. more »»

Hire our veterans

November 10, 2013 Monday is Veterans Day and we will have one of our traditional editorials to salute everyone who fought in all of our country’s conflicts. more »»

A fogey in an e-world

November 9, 2013 Social media don’t set our heart atwitter. more »»

Fumbling the playoffs

November 8, 2013 Whether one thinks the selection committee was trying to send a subtle message to Kaiser High School or more cynically believes an attempt is being made to set up an all-Oahu final, the seeding for... more »»

A giant stuggles to stand again

November 7, 2013 It is amazing how quickly things move in the information age. In 1999, a company called Research in Motion introduced a cellphone called BlackBerry. It took the world by storm. more »»

The time for giving

November 6, 2013 As we start the holiday period, it’s nice to remember the cardinal rule of the season — ’tis better to give than receive. more »»

Not right, but first

November 5, 2013 In an era of 24-hour news networks and websites, the competition to be first with a story is overwhelming. more »»

A quote goes viral

November 4, 2013 As often happens on the Internet, a comment that was made somewhat in jest has gone viral and is being offered as a serious solution to a major problem. more »»

A lot of testimony

November 3, 2013 As this is written (Friday morning, Nov. 1), testimony is being given to the Hawaii House Judiciary Committee by thousands of people with opinions about the proposed marriage equality law. more »»

Watching over your shoulder

November 2, 2013 Did you ever get the feeling someone’s watching you? Ever get the feeling someone is following you? Well, someone is. As Jack Paar once put it, “Even paranoid people can have enemies. more »»

Support friends and neighbors

November 1, 2013 Well, it’s hard to believe it’s November already. Seems like it was just yesterday we paid off last Christmas’ bills. Wait a minute, it was just yesterday. Ah, well, it was a fine holiday. more »»

Spooky times in Maui County

October 31, 2013 Halloween is one of our favorite holidays. more »»

Competence is the issue

October 30, 2013 Back in the early 1980s, a former supervisor in Glenn County, Calif. more »»

Special session, special issue

October 29, 2013 The special session of the state Legislature dealing with marriage equality opened Monday amid sizable demonstrations from both sides of the issu. more »»

The rules of Leadership 101

October 28, 2013 A couple of years ago, we ran an editorial recounting “Lessons from a Leader,” tips from retired Hawaii Pacific Health CEO Roger Drue on how to be a successful business leader. more »»

Big plans for a big cable

October 27, 2013 We had a chance Thursday to meet with representatives of the Hawaii State Energy Office to discuss the proposed 112-mile underwater cable that would link Maui and Oahu’s power grids. more »»

Things could be a lot worse

October 26, 2013 As faithful readers know, we occasionally relate unusual stories to make you feel better about your lot in life. So, even if there are a few bumps in your road, be thankful you are not: 1. more »»

’14 candidates start to emerge

October 25, 2013 Well, here we are a little over a year from the 2014 election where all council seats and the mayor’s job will be up for grabs. We know a little bit about who is running, but not too muc. more »»

Trouble in spy land

October 24, 2013 You may have thought that at least one redeeming factor in the National Security Agency’s collection of information from all over the country and the world is that it is electronic data and,... more »»



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