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June 2011
Posted on June 29th, 2011 by paularath

I have known artist Kandi Everett since our days at Punahou together. She has never been a conventional artist and has always been an uber-talented one. For 34 years she was a respected (one could say legendary) Honolulu tattoo artist. I then knew her as a print artist, constantly experimenting with unusual methods of getting ink
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Posted on June 29th, 2011 by paularath

CALLING HISTORY AND ART LOVERS TO PEARLRIDGE CENTER’S PLANET ICE EXHIBIT ON JULY 2 — Highlights include display of a carved 25,000-year-old mammoth tusk and plein air painting demonstration —       As if a 25,000-year-old mammoth tusk were not fascinating enough in its own right, the intricately carved tusk will be on special display for
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Posted on June 28th, 2011 by paularath

 There was a recent story in the New York Times by Nicholas D. Kristof that really struck a nerve. Writing from Niger, Kristof reported that only 9 percent of babies in Niger receive nothing but breast milk during their first six months of life. In neighboring Burkina Faso, he wrote, “fewer than 7 percent of
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Posted on June 26th, 2011 by paularath

I am saddened to report that Island Edge is closing its doors in Ala Moana Center tomorrow. Apparently General Growth Properties offered Pomare, parent company of Island Edge and Hilo Hattie, the opportunity to terminate the store’s lease early and the company decided to go for it. They say they are going to refocus their
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Posted on June 26th, 2011 by paularath

We are back home in Hawaii now (although a bit jet lagged) and have been thinking about some of our favorite things in the city. If you’ve been reading my blogs from there (thank you, thank you!) you know that we had a wonderful experience wandering the streets and learned a bit about some neighborhoods.
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