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When my son Milo, 15, was recently rushed to a hospital for an appendectomy, the phrase "it figures" ran through my mind. I had the same procedure at a similar age.
The sounds of summer while sitting on the stoops of the streets of Philadelphia during the 1970s emanated from a small box. It was the crack of the bat and the occasional crackle from the lost radio signal.
During a recent chat with a psychologist friend, I was asked how I would describe each of my children. It's not easy to settle on one word or phrase to break down my kids.
It takes some effort to travel to Hawaii during the pandemic, particularly the Island of Hawaii, aka the Big Island. Hawaiians are doing all they can to keep COVID-19 off their islands.
The teen dating game has changed, but it has also remained the same. It's been an app-driven world for my eldest, Jillian, 22, and Eddie, 18. When discussing dating, Eddie looks at me like I've just risen from the Paleolithic era.
Kauai, one of the world’s most sought-after vacation destinations, has been nearly impossible to visit for most of the past year, with officials bucking pressure to ease quarantine rules as the state’s economy tanked.
Lava spattered and flowed over the weekend inside the crater of a Hawaii volcano that began erupting in December.
When Lincoln Victor announced plans to transfer from the University of Hawaii last month, many pegged Washington State as a potential landing spot for the wide receiver.
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano on the Big Island erupted and shot a steam and ash cloud into the atmosphere that lasted about an hour, an official with the National Weather Service said early Monday.
Navy sailor Mickey Ganitch was getting ready to play in a Pearl Harbor football game as the sun came up on Dec. 7, 1941. Instead, he spent the morning — still wearing his football padding and brown team shirt — scanning the sky as Japanese planes rained bombs on the U.S. Pacific Fleet.
Americans returning home from Thanksgiving break faced strict new coronavirus measures around the country Monday as health officials brace for a disastrous worsening of the out-of-control surge because of holiday gatherings over the long weekend.
For months, Hawaii locals had Waikiki's famous beaches and other tourist hot spots to themselves as a mandatory two-week quarantine on travelers curbed tourism during the coronavirus pandemic.
Well, the election happened. As I type this, presidential votes are still being tallied with no clear winner emerging yet. You might be mad that your guy lost or relieved that he won, but in these divisive times, I would like to touch on something that we can all be universally upset about: the fact that my husband recently spent a week in Hawaii without me.
When night falls on the Pālolo community of Honolulu, many of whom live in the Pālolo Valley Housing complex slip outside in order to escape the tight, muggy spaces of the low-income residential building tucked against the lush, green hills of Honolulu’s Koolau Range.
Coronavirus weary residents and struggling business owners in Hawaii will be watching closely as tourists begin to return to the islands on Thursday without being required to self-quarantine upon arrival.
Despite increasing coronavirus cases across the U.S., Hawaii officials hope to reboot tourism next week by loosening months of economically crippling pandemic restrictions, including a mandatory 14-day quarantine for all arriving travelers.
Travelers who gambled on planning a trip to Hawaii for this year might need to rethink their timing. The state has officially delayed its reopening to mainland travelers until at least Oct. 1.
Hawaii avoided a direct hit Monday from Hurricane Douglas and the Category 1 storm was swirling just north of the island chain.
Kyle Smith and Eran Ganot have five years of experience sitting on the same bench, but for the first time the former Saint Mary’s assistants will sit opposite one another, when Washington State and Hawaii meet in an early nonconference game this fall.
Life has been kind of cinematic since the pandemic has altered our existence. It’s been akin to an episode of “The Twilight Zone.” When we walk out the door, it looks fine, it smells normal, and it sounds familiar.