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The Soul of Cuba in the heart of Honolulu

What happens when you combine the essence of Cuban cuisine with a Caribbean decor? The result is Soul de Cuba, a restaurant that serves food for every soul. Right around the corner from HPU, across from Hawai‘i Theatre. Soul de Cuba opened at the beginning of July of 2006 and it hasn’t stopped surprising visitors with its delicious food. [More]


People enjoy the fun atmosphere and delicious homemade food at Soul de Cuba Cafe! It is a new and upcoming place for students and families to enjoy.

Photo by Eddie London

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Academy presents shapes of things to come

Won Ju Lim: In Many Things to Come opened in the Clare Boothe Luce Gallery at the Honolulu Academy of Arts Oct. 5 and runs through Nov. 26. This presentation is the third in a series of exhibition of works by internationally known contemporary artists that was initiated by the academy in 2005. [More]


Wo Ju Lim’s paintings are currently on display at the Honolulu Academy of Arts.

Courtesy Honolulu Academy of Arts

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RFID technology: Progress or privacy violation?

How would you feel if you knew that the underwear you bought at Wal-mart was tracking your whereabouts? [More]

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Community group helps youth at risk

“Dreams are not something to wait for, they are something to work for,” is written on a poster in a classroom on Castle High School, and some of the students there fight hard to attain their dreams. Kalamalama visited a Work Place Readiness class at Castle High School in which the students were engaged in a project with Breakthroughs for Youth at Risk, a worldwide non-profit organization that helps teens to face their obstacles, change their attitudes, and make good decisions. [More]


Castle High School teacher Donna Okita, l., and Breakthroughs for Youth at risk Director Clinton Terril, r., help students attain their dreams.

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Government: stay out of gas pricing

Now that gasoline prices are below $3 a gallon, calls for the government to “do something” to force prices lower have temporarily abated. But it is crucial for us to recognize that no matter what the price of gasoline is, such calls are wrong. All market fluctuations in the price of gasoline, up or down, are a good thing—and none of the government’s business. [More]


Fluctuations in gasoline prices are due to supply and demand and should not be regulated by the government.

Photo by Jermel Quillopo

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