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FOODIE FRIDAY: Via Gelato

FOODIE FRIDAY: Via Gelato

Martha Nicholas, Reporter

March 23, 2017


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Over the years, Kaimuki has become an area fueled by restaurants, coffee shops and other on-the-go eateries. Via Gelato is among the newest neighborhood nooks. Originating from a successful food truck, this business prides itself on artisanal-quality gelato made with local ingredients. They provide...

Keeping up With: Ballet Dancer Risa Ishii

Keeping up With: Ballet Dancer Risa Ishii

Rebecca Meyer, Reporter

March 22, 2017


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Music and light footsteps can be heard on the first floor of the Performing Arts Center at Sacred Hearts Academy, as Junior Risa Ishii twirls to classical tunes of Pyotr Tchaikovsky and Igor Stravinski. But whether to slow-paced rhythms or to fast-paced hits, Ishii is seen by many on stage. And is ...

POW! WOW! Hawaii brings color to urban Honolulu

POW! WOW! Hawaii brings color to urban Honolulu

Taylor McKenzie, Reporter, Media Editor

March 22, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

POW! The effect of the sprawling Kakaako murals on viewers. WOW! The reaction from onlookers when the beauty of the art hits them. “POW! WOW! Hawaii started in 2011 with the goal of beautifying communities with public art and bring(ing) people together,” said Jasper Wong, the event’s founder and lea...

Juniors jump into spirit week

Juniors jump into spirit week

Celine Arnobit, Reporter, Features Editor

March 22, 2017


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The Sacred Hearts Academy junior class enjoyed spirit week earlier this month.          Monday was “Milk Tea Monday,” in which juniors received a free Taste Tea milk tea. The drinks were made custom for each student. On “Take Five Tuesday,” the junior division council set up two bounce houses ou...

Kaimuki play soars to new ‘Heights’

Kaimuki play soars to new ‘Heights’

Celine Isabelle Arnobit, Reporter, Features Editor

March 15, 2017


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Stage lights slowly fade up from complete black to a dimly lit spotlight. It falls on a graffiti painter performing a hip hop routine to Latin music, as he vandalizes what appears to be the shopfront of a bodega. After an eight-count beat, the play opens with a line spoken by the protagonist, “Lights ...

Connecting through Hawaiian culture

Connecting through Hawaiian culture

Rochell Ann Agapay, Reporter

March 15, 2017


Filed under Features

Last month, hundreds of students from across the state celebrated Hawaiian culture and dance through the annual Lei O Lanikuhonua Hula Festival. The festival is located in Ko Olina and brings together hula masters, who share their knowledge with high school students. Since the first festival in 2007,...

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