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...

Editor’s Note

It is with great honor and a privilege to welcome all of you to a new season — summer! It’s a time where most of our seniors enjoy their time with friends and family. Summer months are always the busiest for family time, even our city’s Parks and Recreation will close...

From Father to Son; Son to Father

Rev. Paul S. Osumi, 1905 – 1996. “Today’s Thought” Who was that man behind those simply inspired messages, written in the daily newspaper column of the Honolulu Advertiser and published for over three decades for all of Hawai’i to read? Norman Osumi, the youngest son...

Backwards Planning

Moving on in life, there are a lot to think about and questions to consider when passing down assets to loved ones. Are you married? Is your marriage a partnership? Are your children from the same marriage? Do you have separate trusts? Do you own a home? If you answer...

Emphysema

Emphysema is a lung disease that makes it hard to breathe. Emphysema, along with chronic bronchitis are referred to as Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (COPD). COPD is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. Smoking is the leading cause of emphysema....

Our Contributors

Generations Magazine calls upon Hawai‘i’s experts — from financial advisors to professional chefs — to produce an informative and meaningful publication for our local seniors and their families. Mahalo for their contributions. MILLIE CHUN,a retired teacher and past...

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