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July 2018
Posted on July 24th, 2018 by paularath

  Meet one of my go-to dresses for the season. It’s by Mao Mam, and I get endless compliments on it wherever I wear it. One day I was walking through the airport on my way to visit my dear friend Cheryl on Maui and I ran into uber interior designer Marion Philpotts,, one of
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Posted on July 23rd, 2018 by paularath

A few months ago, our “last cat,” EleEle, passed away. After living with pet cats for more than 30 years, we committed to being cat-less. It makes our travel plans much more flexible. But I gotta say, it’s been really hard. EleEle, and Scrimshaw before her, have been my constant companions. Scrimmy lived until he
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Posted on July 22nd, 2018 by paularath

Summer is generally a pretty bleak time, movie-wise. The screens are over populated with super heroes, violence, ridiculous creatures and screeching cars, planes, motorcycles and voices. But right now, in the midst of this movie morass, there is a quiet little film that stole my heart: “Leave No Trace,“ the lyrical indie film by writer/director
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Posted on July 14th, 2018 by paularath

L.A. designer Leah Redmond, creator of GORDON, a fresh new collection based on palaka, did not take a straight path to fashion design. She says she was just a little too local and low key for a career that usually requires a lot of time in the spotlight. “I always felt like if you stood
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Posted on July 5th, 2018 by paularath

When my son, Duncan Graham, was a student at Punahou, he had a close cadre of friends who were artists of one sort or another: film makers, writers, photographers, musicians, actors, you get the picture. In the group was Leah Redmond, a young woman with a lot of style. I always enjoyed checking out what
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