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Hawaii teen heads to California, battles rare disease

Hawaii teen heads to California, battles rare disease
 By: Taylor Preza  It’s a disease that impacts less than one in 100,000 people a year, and it is impacting one young woman right here in Hawaii. On July 16, 18-year-old Taylor Ann Hiraki was diagnosed with Moyamoya, a rare and progressive brain disease greatly characterized by strokes caused by blocked arteries at the base of the brain. It all started when Taylor had returned home to Honolulu, Hawaii for the summer after completing her first year of college at Pacific University in Oregon.  She was working her seasonal job at Maile’s Thai Bistro in Hawaii Kai moments before a series of mini-strokes started to occur.  A family friend just so happened to be dining at the restaurant while Taylor was working.

Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties Hosts Free Career Night

Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties Hosts Free Career Night

Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties’ New Agent Training Office (NATO) will host a free Career Night on Wednesday, August 6 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Open to all real estate agents, including newly licensed agents, and those who are curious about a career in real estate.  Attendees will learn how NATO provides newly licensed, and experienced agents looking to accelerate their business, the tools for a successful real estate career.

NATO is CBP’s proprietary and nationally renowned training program. It is a comprehensive, six-week training program where agents receive hands-on real estate experience both inside and outside the office. Each student is paired with a sales manager for one-on-one coaching and support. Since 2004, NATO has graduated more than 400 agents, many of whom are among CBP’s top producing agents today!

Those interested in attending Career Night must RSVP by calling (808) 748-3410.

Island Keiki Get to Business at Windward Mall's Kids Inc

Island Keiki Get to Business at Windward Mall's Kids Inc

For more than a dozen island youth, summer is over and business is open.

Legendary Halloween Friday, October 31: 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Guests who transform into a legend this year at the Rock-A-Hula! Halloween show will be entered to win prizes! Choose from the Legendary Cocktail Show, or upgrade to one of several dining options. Then, ask the stars for tips on dressing up as your favorite Legend during the meet-and-greet after the show.

Royal Hawaiian Theater Royal Hawaiian Center, Building B, 4th Floor 2201 Kalakaua Ave.

Prices vary, Kama'aina and Keiki rates available.

Happy Birthday to the King of Pop Friday, August 29-Sunday, August 31: 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p

Join the Rock-A-Hula! cast in celebrating the King of Pop’s legacy. All guests will receive a souvenir trivia card with little known facts about the King of Pop and attend a meet-and-greet with “Michael” and the other tribute artists after the show. Choose from the Legendary Cocktail Show package, or upgrade to one of several dining options.

Royal Hawaiian Theater Royal Hawaiian Center, Building B, 4th Floor 2201 Kalakaua Ave.

Prices vary, Kama'aina and Keiki rates available.

Magical Christmas at Legends Wednesday, December 24-Thursday, December 25 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Get in the holiday spirit with Rock-A-Hula! this Christmas, and join legendary tribute artists and Polynesian dancers for a special holiday themed show complete with Christmas carols. Book the Legendary Cocktail Show package or upgrade to one of several dinner package options. All dining guests will enjoy a special holiday dessert.

Royal Hawaiian Theater Royal Hawaiian Center, Building B, 4th Floor 2201 Kalakaua Ave.

Prices vary, Kama'aina and Keiki rates available.

Punahou Builds Bridges in Community Forum on Cities

“Bridging Communities, Bridging Cultures, Bridging Cities” is a free community forum open to the public organized by Wo International Center in conjunction with the fifth annual Student Global Leadership Institute

HONOLULU, Hawai‘i (July 10, 2014) – The public is welcome to attend “Bridging Communities, Bridging Cultures, Bridging Cities,” a community forum designed to examine the programs and initiatives regarding three primary aspects of cities around the world: infrastructure, resource acquisition and culture. Kirk Caldwell, mayor of the City of County of Honolulu will be the keynote speaker at this event, to be held on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Twigg-Smith Pavilion in Case Middle School, on Punahou’s campus. Admission to the event is free.