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Ina Hinklemann and Hironori Ishimaru, editors

   

Dole equals pineapple in Hawaii

While many students often grab a bag of potato chips as a snack, Angie Lim, a travel industry major at HPU, enjoys a piece of freshly cut piece of pineapple instead. “There is no better snack that tastes sweet, has lots of vitamin C, but no fat,” Lim said.

   

Hawaii Theater reconstruction complete

Less than two blocks from the modern classrooms and high-tech computer labs of HPU is an antique: one of the state’s most beautiful and ornate venues, the Hawai‘i Theatre. When it opened in 1922, the Hawai‘i Theatre was state-of-the-art and equipped to showcase both live performances and the then-novel phenomenon, at least in Hawai‘i, known as cinema. Now listed on the National Historic Register, the theatre is in the final stages of a multimillion-dollar renovation that has restored the luster and opulence of its original design.

   

Public invited to light up

The marquee at the historic Hawai‘i Theatre on Bethel Street will be lit up entirely for the first time at a ceremony on Friday, Nov. 5, with festivities beginning at 7:30 p.m. as part of the “First Friday” happenings in downtown Chinatown.

   
   

 

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