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Boxing honored at the 3rd Annual African American Film Festival in Honolulu

January 30, 2014


HONOLULU, HAWAI’I–The Honolulu Museum of Art celebrates African American History Month with its third Honolulu African American Film Festival, opening Feb. 1 with the documentary *The Trials of Muhammad Ali.* The festival is organized by theater staff and the Honolulu African American Film Festival Committee, comprised of Daphne Barbee-Wooten, Derrick Branch, Marsha McFadden, John Nichols, […]

Hilo Boxer JoBette Nabarro represents Hawaii

January 19, 2014


JoBette Nabarro is respresenting Hawaii at the 2014 USA Boxing National Championships, January 20-25 in Spokane, Washington Jobette and her Family arrived in Spokane, WA today, accompanied by her trainer Papa “Fred” Pereira. With Papa “Fred” in her corner at ringside, JoBette is definitely one knock out to watch for. And if all goes well […]

Food Safety – HACCP training, Aurora Saulo of the University of Hawaii CTAR will be holding

January 16, 2014


A long anticipated Food Safety training here in Honolulu will be held tomorrow, January 16 & 17, 2014 at the Pagoda Hotel. In 2010 Aurora Saulo from the University of Hawaii travel to Manila to attend the APEC Food Safety meeting with delegates from over 21 countries. And tomorrow Aurora will be holding a highly anticipated Hazard Analysis […]

Contemptuous and Unscrupulous acts upon Veterans by the Veterans Affairs

January 12, 2014


Even Robin Hood could not imagine such contemptuous and unscrupulous acts being inflicted upon our Veterans by the Veterans Affairs Staff. And yet the facts show nothing more than the robbing and pillaging of resources & services from the very veterans who served our country, veterans who were ready to fight in an instant for […]

No Legs and no Aloha so far from President Obama for disabled Veteran Charles Canamar

January 1, 2014


As the Motorcade for President Obama went speeding past double amputee and disabled Veteran Charles Canamar in Kailua, another somber moment set in. Charles would be paid no attention again today  now by the President of the United States.  Charles had hoped that President Barrack Obama would help Charles with his plight to get the two […]