Tattoo expo an event for everyone

Writer: Caylin Franchey

This weekend, over 700 artists and 20,000 people from all over the world will gather together in the 85,000-square foot Neal Blaisdell Exhibition Hall to experience Hawaii’s one and only tattoo convention, the Pacific Ink & Art Expo.

Protesters rally against Israel

Article and photos by Tyla Smith

Under the heat of the Hawaiian afternoon sun at the corners of Atkinson Boulevard and Ala Moana Boulevard, 110 voices rose and fell with the wind that tried to steal the signs of protest out of their hands. It was a mixture of ages, races, and genders, all standing together to tell those who would listen, “Free, free Palestine! Occupation is a Crime!”

Review: 'Deliver Us From Evil' a refreshing scare

School year continues on for summer students

Summer courses have entered into their second session with students completing a full semester’s worth of work in six weeks.

'Wild Cards' provide look into George R.R. Martin's past work

Writer: Joseph Santiago

It’s hard to come by someone now a days who has not heard of George R. R. Martin or the hit series  “A Game of Thrones.” Before Martin started writing GoT’s, he was apart of another wonderful series called “Wild Cards.” This series is definitely worth picking up while waiting for Martin to release book six to his “Song of Fire and Ice” series. This series is drastically different in story set up from his popular GoT series, but lovers of Martin will enjoy this earlier work.

Alice offers a sexy peek ʻThrough the Looking Glassʻ

Writer: Tyla Smith
Photos courtesy of AJ Jaeger

If a hilarious, sultry romp through the bar hopping scene is something that tickles your fancy then take a trip to Mark’s Garage in Chinatown to watch Cherry Blossom Cabaret’s production of “Alice in Chinatown: Through the Looking Glass.”

ʻGame of Thronesʻ season finale recap



Writer: Jasmine Bautista

In Sunday night’s season finale of “Game of Thrones,” the showrunners made sure to pay tribute to Father’s Day. Of course, knowing the show, we knew there wouldn’t be any characters rushing to give homemade presents and gift cards to their fathers.

Monkeypod a treat in Ko Olina

If you fancy happy hour, you may want to try the Monkeypod Kitchen, a relaxing place in Ko Olina far from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki. Sample one of their “culinary cocktails,” which are at both contemporary and sophisticated, with a distinctive local style.

Commencement 2014

Photos from Leeward Community College's commencement ceremony on May 16. Click here for more photos on our Facebook site. Photos by Jesse Butcher

Crisis: Struggling Students

By Larry Media
Photo by Matthew Hirata

Displaced after a tumultuous divorce and loss of her Honolulu condo, J.N., 46 and currently enrolled at Honolulu Community College, and has lived for over 2 years at her brother’s home as one of the “hidden homeless.” A tight job market for her limited skill set (general office and restaurant work) left her lacking for employment and any income to live on her own.

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