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April 2014
Posted on April 14th, 2014 by paularath

Now here’s an original Easter gift idea for the keiki (of any age) in your life. This adorable toy gives new meaning to the term “egg roll.” As you pull it along, the egg rotates or rolls! Designed and handcrafted by local artisan Eric Loo, they are sold exclusively at PLACE, an atelier by Philpotts,
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Posted on April 13th, 2014 by paularath

  I must admit I find myself in Waikiki more often now that H & M has graced our shores. The other day I was wandering through the Royal Hawaiian Center and popped into Aloha ‘Aina boutique. I was so happy to find a wide array of Jana Lam bags at Aloha ‘Aina,as well as
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Posted on April 11th, 2014 by paularath

Spiderman demonstrated his web-slinging techniques for the keiki watercolor class at Palama Settlement yesterday. We have learned that the keiki do their best paintings when they are engaged with the subject matter. Last session we had them working on entries to the Toyota “Paint Your Dream Car” competition. This session we are entering their paintings
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Posted on April 9th, 2014 by paularath

This just in from Joyce Tomonari, volunteer extraordinaire for the Hawaii Opera Theatre. Every year Joyce spends countless hours sorting, hanging, steaming and pricing gently used garments, household items and art to be sold at incredibly reasonable prices during ACT II to benefit Hawaii Opera Theatre. Joyce reported yesterday that she was unpacking a true treasure
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Posted on April 8th, 2014 by paularath

Jerry and I have been immersed in the Scottish Highlands for the past few months because we’ve been Netflixing “Monarch of the Glen,” a BCC Scotland TV series that’s about ten years old. We love the innocence of the show, as well as the beautiful setting on a loch in the Highlands. The show is
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