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Lifestyle :: Food :: Creative Recipes

Frozen Treats for Dogs
These frozen treats for dogs have saved me the stress of keeping my dog cool on warm days in Hawaii. I purchased these bones from the pet store and they were originally filled with peanutbutter and chicken. After the dog ate the center of the bones I decided to refill with my own ingredients. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Picture This

'Phoodies' – Phone + Photos + Food = 'phoodies'
Almost as frequently as people take 'selfies', and 'US-ies', they are doing 'phoodies'. Hey coining a phrase is fun... This is just taking photos of the food you eat, using the camera on your phone. Thanks to these handy, always ready to take a pic cameras, these tasty trends are likely to continue for some time... More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Energy Tips

Look For The Safety Mark
When buying electric equipment, select products that bear the safety mark of an independent testing lab. The most familiar mark is the UL mark, but you may also see ETL or CSA on the products you buy. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Hawaii Auto Repair Advice

Evaluating a Used Hybrid Vehicle
When you are in the market for a used car, it goes without saying that you need to be thorough and deliberate in your evaluation of the vehicle. When purchasing a used hybrid vehicle, that advice is even more true. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Hawaii Wedding Tips

Gettin’ The Most Out of Your Budget
When it comes to weddings, we know how important it is to stretch... your budget that is! From the flowers to the decor and all that delicious food, when maximizing your budget you'll get the most bang for your buck AND make all your dreams come true without breaking the bank. Check out three of our favorite tips on how to save on your big day. More »

Lifestyle :: Health/Fitness :: HMSA's Island Scene

Living Through It
"When I was diagnosed with cancer, I was really scared and I stayed scared for a long time," says Karen Garcia, a wife, mother, and cancer survivor. "As time goes by, I was less scared - but I was still scared. It never really goes away." More »

Lifestyle :: Computers :: Technology In Plain English

Trick or Treat for your favorite Geek {:-)
It's October already so it's time to think about tricks or treats for your favorite Geek. We're talking skulls, skeletons, ghosts, pumpkins, and what's more appropriate for a Halloween Geek than brains? {:-) More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Safety & the Art of Tattoo

How Clean Is That?
Sanitize, disinfect, sterilize?? What's the difference? There IS a huge difference and it's a matter of safety and health that we understand each term. A quality body art studio will have staff that can use each term properly and explain what they do at every level to keep YOU safe. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: The Freedive Camera

Hanging With Honu
September has been a hot month. The last couple weeks have real steamers, with the temperatures and the humidity high while the trade winds have gone elsewhere to blow. In the midst of all this, I think the heat has gone to some people's heads... More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Picture This

WPPI 2009
Each Year Wedding An Portrait Photographers from around the world gather in Las Vegas for the annual WPPI (Wedding and Portrait Photographers International) convention. This year the event was held over the Valentine's Holiday at the MGM Grand. More »

Lifestyle :: Travel :: Coaster Crazy

Patriots, Red Sox, Clambakes and Coasters! - All of These Exciting and Entertaining Delights Are Found In the New England State of Massachusetts
This column is about roller coasters, so we'll concentrate on one of the Northeast's largest amusement parks located in the town of Agawam. At the same time, we will complete our series on Intamin's Superman: Ride of Steel scream machines. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Mom Talk

One New Year's Resolution
Rated 4.0 Stars
I'm looking forward to 2010 being a great year. I see it as a fresh start to what was a really, really trying time in 2009. How does this fit into a parenting column? The happier I am as a person, the easier it is to give of myself to my child. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Hawaii Wedding Tips

To Veil or Not to Veil...  That Is the Question!
Rated 3.0 Stars
I was dead set on wearing a tiara sans veil at my wedding. Of course I saw all the photos in magazines and books with brides adorning gorgeous, long, floor-length veils. It was stunning, but so not for me. But at my last fitting, my seamstress said to me as we were looking at the finished product in the mirror, "You're not going to wear a veil?" More »

Lifestyle :: Food :: Maui Eats

Tasty Farm Tours on Maui
Rated 5.0 Stars
Once you escape the picture-perfect resort areas of Ka'anapali and Wailea, Maui unwinds in vast expanses of dry kiawe bush, lush bamboo forests, towering gulches, and green fields. While the central valley's sugarcane is the most visible agricultural crop, there is a heck of a lot more growing on Maui's volcanic slopes. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Hawaii Auto Repair Advice

The Careful Consumers Guide To Car Repair
No one enjoys taking his or her car into the shop. It is time-consuming, inconvenient, and even the savviest consumer feels a twinge of paranoia when setting foot in a garage. We worry about dishonesty and incompetence. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Living Gen X

Whee! To Wii Fitness
Rated 5.0 Stars
I remember when our friends, Becca and Ty, bought the Wii a couple of years ago. They raved about how fun it was and how much exercise they got just from playing it for an hour. Psssh, I thought. No way is the Wii better than my PlayStation 3! But as I gained weight playing Dynasty Warriors from the comfort of my couch, Becca enjoyed the benefits of endorphins and video games. More »

Lifestyle :: Health/Fitness :: Speed Training

Revisiting the Kinetic Link Principle
Rated 4.7 Stars
The last time I looked at the kinetic link principle, I had a very biased front view perspective of the golf swing. And perhaps even the scientists have had this bias in developing this theory too since they may have been used to seeing golf swings from the front. But after viewing 1000’s of high speed videos from back, side and odd angled views of PGA tour players and long drive competitors, it is obvious that this bias may be the very reason we have not understood the swing properly. More »

Lifestyle :: Around Town :: World Wide Ed

Jerome Williams - Spreading Aloha, One Pitch at a Time
Rated 5.0 Stars
When you see Major League pitcher Jerome Williams for the first time, you see a big, strong man with hands the size of a grizzly bear. At 6'3" and 240 lbs, you know for sure that he's an athlete, and was likely "bred" somewhere in the Midwest. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Picture This

Photoshop or Lightroom? Where To Start And Why.
Probably one of the most common questions that we get from our students about working with images is; should I buy Photoshop (PS) or Lightroom (LR) first? The answer is pretty much the same each time. You should get Lightroom first. There are several reasons for this and we will explore these reasons in this article. More »
Puna
Regarding the Kilauea volcano lava flow.

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