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                                Kokua Market patron Oren Schlieman designed posters for the local co-op with a retro vibe to refresh the store’s image.
Engaging posters capture spirit of Kokua Market

Kokua Market, the Manoa health food cooperative which celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, has a new look with dozens of somewhat satirical graphic posters designed to reflect the hippie-era character of its staff, members and mission. Read more

                                Frank De Lima recalls last year’s lockdowns and beach closures in his new single, “Hooray It’s Gone fo Good.”
New Frank De Lima song welcomes 2021

The song “Hooray for Hollywood,” first heard in the 1937 musical comedy “Hollywood Hotel,” is reworked local style as Frank De Lima welcomes the new year with a look back at the year almost everyone would like to forget. Read more

                                Lukela Keala, 42, celebrated another career first in December when he released his eponymous, full-length solo album of mainstream Hawaiian music.
On the Scene with musician Lukela Keala

Lukela Keala was born in Wailuku. He grew up in Kapuna Valley in Maui’s Waihee area, graduated from Baldwin High School, and went straight into music. Read more

                                A woman wearing a mask walks along South Beretania Street in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Column: COVID disinformation is dangerous to society

The past 12 months have challenged us in ways that few could have ever predicted. COVID-19 has been an extreme challenge to both physical and economic health. However, disinformation related to this pandemic viral disease has seriously increased the damage to our physical and financial health. Read more

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