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January 2013
Posted on January 29th, 2013 by paularath

Retailers (and, of course, galleries, bars and restaurants) in Chinatown are always coming up with great reasons to do an Art Walk on First Friday. Catherine Fong of Catherine’s Closet loves to create thematic events. With Valentine’s Day approaching, Catherine has just set up a Necklace Bar with baubles and beads galore. Very Chanel, n’est
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Posted on January 28th, 2013 by paularath

  Silvana Alfonso, owner of Mod.vintage in Kaimuki, is a true Renaissance Woman. I first knew her as a DJ, then she began bringing Italian films and food into ARTS at Marks. Every time I saw her, whether walking down the block in Chinatown or attending an art opening, she looked chic in an attractive,
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Posted on January 25th, 2013 by paularath

Posted on January 25th, 2013 by paularath

It makes me so sad when a locally owned business that’s been around for many years is closing. But when it’s a retirement (or semi-retirement) ┬áit’s often a happy time for the business owner. I hope that’s the case with Mellow Antiques in downtown Honolulu. I just received this notice: Mellow Antiques & Estate Jewelry
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Posted on January 16th, 2013 by paularath

The keiki at Palama Settlement had their first experience with watercolor painting last Wednesday, thanks to a new program set up by my husband, Jerry Mayfield, sponsored by the Hawaii Watercolor Society and funded by my sister-in-law, Ginger Waters, and my brother, Robbie Rath. Since it was the first day of a new program, we
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