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March 2011
Posted on March 31st, 2011 by paularath

Last night marked the premiere of a new fashion-related reality show, “All on the Line.” It’s on the Sundance Channel and I believe there will be eight episodes. If you don’t get the Sundance Channel, you might seriously consider it. They have recently made fashion a priority. They just completed running four delightful and informative programs
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Posted on March 30th, 2011 by paularath

The dynamic social and business network, Social Wahines, held their first Strictly Business event last night at the U.H.-Manoa Architecture Building Auditorium. Kudos to all who organized it under the leadership of Danielle Scherman, founder of Social Wahines. The event was ably catered by Kahala Caterers and there were plenty of Waialua Soda Works to
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Posted on March 29th, 2011 by paularath

We all have a cluster – or pile – of detritus on our desks. Pens, pencils, paper clips, photos, Post-it notes….scattered everywhere or buried deep under our to-do piles. To the rescue: Snap-It-Up Organizer. It’s cute, it’s colorful and it will help you clear up that clutter. Created by product designer Barbara Flanagan, it’s a simple
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Posted on March 29th, 2011 by paularath

Ikebana International Honolulu is celebrating “50 Years of Friendship Through Flowers: 1961-2011.” The group is comprised of 12 different city-wide ikebana schools. Centerpiece for the celebration will be a floral exhibition presenting modern and traditional ikebana styles by more than 50 floral artists and young floral arrangers. The exhibition features guest artist Kika Shibata, Riji (the
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Posted on March 29th, 2011 by paularath

For Japan…Share The Love! That’s the message from the girls at The Butik. Donate $12 or more to The American Red Cross and receive a “Share The Love” bracelet by A Modern Philosophy for FREE! Also, receive 15% off your entire purchase at The Butik (including new arrivals and sale items). Donating is easy with
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