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Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Hawaii Wedding Tips

Mythbuster... Floral Centerpieces!
You've had your dream wedding in mind with a Cinderella bridal gown and Prince Charming by your side. Now that the time has come and the countdown is on, the planning has officially begun. Of course along the way you may have picked up a few wedding myths, err... ideas that aren't always true. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Picture This

Locations, Looks, and Colors
Q: What is the perfect location? A: Hello? Hawaii... You are on a tropical island in the Pacific Ocean, we think all of 'em are great. Honestly though, each of the locations we shoot at have a unique personality and so are our clients. More »

Lifestyle :: Computers :: Technology In Plain English

"The Best Things in Life are Free"...Take 2
Rated 5.0 Stars
Continuing from last month's article, here is another list of "freebies" for u to use, beginning with a couple places u can find free movies and TV shows. More »

Lifestyle :: Food :: Creative Recipes

Apple Spice White Chocolate Muffins
Rated 5.0 Stars
The apple filling in these muffins is a sweet contrast to the crunchy, nutty topping and chunks of white chocolate baked together that creates a sensation of flavors. You can be as creative as the ingredients you have in your kitchen or as your imagination will allow. More »

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

Autoclave....Wazzat?
Rated 5.0 Stars
In the body art business you will hear us talk about sterilizing. What is that and how is it done? Sterile is defined as being free of bacteria, viruses, mold and other living organisms and not capable of producing spores (seeds) and such. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: The Freedive Camera

Phenomenon
I have been hearing of isolated sightings that make you scratch your head and go "hmm...". A friend of mine, Keoki Stender, posted a video he took in Kaneohe Bay of thousands upon thousands of juvenile parrotfish swimming across the shallow reef. A school of ten or twenty is something to behold, but thousands? That's nuts... More »

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

How well do you know about brake rotors?
The brake rotor is disc-shaped, usually metal but sometimes ceramic, and is connected to the wheel of the vehicle. It rotates with the wheel. When braking, the brake pads push against the brake rotor, and this slows and stops the wheel rotation. More »

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

Walk Therapy
Walking boosts your well-being. Studies show the value of stepping out. It feels good. You notice more when you slow your roll. And avid walkers tout its physical and mental health benefits. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Energy Tips

Make Energy-Wise Home Improvements
Are you planning to replace the windows or front door in your home? Perhaps you want to install a sliding glass door or a skylight. If so, look for ENERGY STAR-qualified models. Because of advanced technologies, these models can help keep the sun's heat from entering your home and can reduce your household energy costs by up to 15%. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Stellar Astrology

Sheila Mason's Stellar Astrology, August 2011
LEO (July 23 - August 22) If you worry about your image in the eyes of others, this month is the perfect time to change all that. The Sun is beating down on your sign, Leo, and you are the favored one in August. You can advance your own interests now and charm the birds off the trees while doing so... More »

Lifestyle :: Food :: Oahu Restaurants - And Then Some...

Lucky For My Belly in Downtown!
Rated 4.0 Stars
...Lucky Belly, located on 50 North Hotel Street, on the corner of Hotel and Smith, is certainly a fantastic societal mopper-upper there simply by virtue of drawing crowds. And of that, it has been doing extremely well. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Picture This

Grads, Dads and Brides to Be
It's June again and that can only mean one thing, SUMMER ! This is that magical time of the year when the kids are out of school, the temperature is rising and vacation plans are in full swing. More »

Lifestyle :: Art/Leisure :: Picture This

Happy Pictures
Rated 5.0 Stars
Just 8 short years ago film cameras were king and everyone owned one. Life was somehow better for your pictures then. You would put the film into the camera, shoot 24 or 36 photos and drop it off at your favorite lab. In around an hour or so you had double prints of all the pictures and they were very happy. More »

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

Stretching: The Truth
We know we should stretch, but beyond "it kind of feels good," many of us are foggy about why and how. Andrew Montemayor, M.D., of the Bone and Joint Center at Straub Clinic & Hospital and an HMSA participating provider, knows the importance of stretching. More »

Lifestyle :: Computers :: Technology In Plain English

Seven Come Eleven
Seven come eleven... if you live in Hawaii and don't know what that means... wow! So, what has it got to do with technology! Well, if you are Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer or any of the huge number of Microsoft employees, you know just what it means... Windows 7 is almost here! Without getting into all the pros and cons of Vista, the fact is Windows 7 will be released on October 22nd... that from Microsoft making it official. More »

Lifestyle :: Travel :: Kimo's Vegas

Las Vegas' New CityCenter
No matter how you look at it, the MGM Mirage CityCenter is a big deal. The $8.5 billion construction (18 million sq-ft) is the largest privately funded project in our country's history. Situated between the Monte Carlo and Bellagio it's directly across the street from the MGM Grand on the Strip. More »

Lifestyle :: Food :: Oahu Restaurants - And Then Some...

Da Kitchen
It's been my experience, basically, that there's local grindz and then there's local grindz deluxe-edition. That is, local grindz from da outer islands! Yeah, there is a difference, I do believe. From up-country Maui to the Paniolo Country of Waimea to the ranches of Molokai, those buggahs know how to rustle-up some grub! More »

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

Stop Cancer in its Tracks
More than 6,500 people in Hawaii were diagnosed with cancer in 2010, and more than 2,000 died from the disease. Thousands more are likely to have cancer but don't know it. Since there are often no symptoms or a guaranteed way to prevent or cure the disease, early detection is the best protection. More »

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

The Careful Consumers Guide to Car Repair - Part II
It's true that today's models require less frequent maintenance and are more reliable on the road. Routine services of the past such as tune ups and air conditioning maintenance will only be done a couple of times over the life of a car. Let's look at a common problem and consider the possible causes. More »

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