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October 2011
Posted on October 27th, 2011 by paularath

Once every two years, Arcadia Retirement Residence puts on a jewelry sale. If you know anything about the residents of Arcadia, you know that this is quite a sale. Beyond vintage, these pieces are often heirloom jewelry, treasured and passed down through generations of kamaaina families. Prices range from $4 to $2,000. Trust me, the
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Posted on October 26th, 2011 by paularath

By Tonia Moreno   SOFA stands for Small Objects and Functional Art. Major American art centers such as New York City, Chicago and Santa Fe hold annual SOFA Art Fairs which draw people from all over the country and the world. Now The Fine Art Associates is taking inspiration from the SOFA shows and bringing
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Posted on October 25th, 2011 by paularath

Suzi Stuart-Wilson, an artist friend from Makiki, is the the mother of Kanoe Williams, the beautiful young woman pictured above with her husband, Ben Williams. Their photographer friend, Christie Pham, was recently in NYC and shot a wonderful series of the newlyweds enjoying the streets – and rooftops – of NYC. The photo above is pure nostalgia for me. When
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Posted on October 25th, 2011 by paularath

  Maui Divers has created a custom silver bracelet to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Title IX. It’s a 7mm sterling silver cuff featuring three recessed Roman numeral IXs. Proceeds from the sale of the bracelet will help support the Women’s Sports Foundation. It’s not just a tiny percentage. Maui Divers will donate $40 of
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Posted on October 24th, 2011 by paularath

  Lonnie Hicks of Waikiki, age 50, could easily have lived out his life as a couch potato. He had plenty of reasons to do so. Disabled due to decades of knee problems, followed by seven surgeries to try to correct them, he became disabled, reliant on a wheelchair. Then a mysterious, chronic disease, Trigeminal Neuropathy, often referred to as “the
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