Art on the Zoo Fence

Since 1953, some of Hawaii’s best local artists have displayed and sold their art on the fence of the Honolulu Zoo along Monsarrat Avenue across from Kapiolani Park. Many artists have come and gone; including young artists just getting started in the art world, older...

From the Top

If your goal is to age in place, don’t let your roof age with you. Consider getting a roof inspection to determine its structural integrity and lifespan. Regular inspections — approximately every three years — can detect problems or issues before they have a chance to...

Michi’s Waldorf Salad

Salad: 1 head romaine lettuce 1 bunch local watercress (3c chopped) 2 fuji apples/ripe pears 3/4c walnuts 4oz. crumbled feta or gorgonzola cheese 1/2c dried cranberries Parmesan cheese (preferably block, not the prepared kind) 2T maple syrup (any pancake syrup works...

Building Senior Resilience

Most of us in Hawai‘i understand that the island chain we call home is particularly vulnerable to hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis. And we’ve definitely all heard how wise we’d be to plan ahead and prepare for these types of emergencies and natural disasters. The...

Crunchi ‘Ahi Toast

This is a great appetizer because of its big, two-level crunch. First, the happy pop of the tobikko, and then the satisfying crunch of the crostini. Ingredients: ‘Ahi spread 2 lbs. ‘ahi, ¼-inch or less, diced 1/2 cup tobikko fish eggs 1/2 cup green onion, thinly...

What’s Your Secret?

Fevelyn is a senior at Moanalua High School who is currently taking a Senior Project class where students learn about a topic of their choice – she chose the topic of longevity. She’s been interested in learning about the elderly and the things they do to stay...

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