Tag Archives: Hawaii

Times Have Changed So Much! What’s Next?

BY DR. RICHARD KELLEY — This week, Linda and I attended a gala dinner honoring the founders of the University of Denver who, 150 years ago, put together some classrooms and began offering advanced educational opportunities to the people of … Read More.

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Legalized Same-Sex Marriage Boosting Hawai‘i Tourism

BY DR. RICHARD KELLEY — ‘Hawai‘i has long been a favorite travel destination for people from a diverse variety of cultures, beliefs and traditions, which is said to be a legacy of its Native Hawaiian population. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and … Read More.

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Outrigger Hospitality Specialists Rock the Big Island

By Lois Shore Last month from May 12 – 15, we hosted 14 very special Outrigger Hospitality Specialist travel agents to a fam (familiarization) trip to Hawai‘i’s Big Island. The goal was to showcase our Big Island properties to increase … Read More.

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Voting is a Privilege and Responsibility

By Dr. Richard R. Kelley As you read this article, Election Day 2010 in the United States is just over a week away. Actually, polling has already started, with more people than ever taking advantage of absentee ballots and the … Read More.

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Japan-American Society of Hawaii Honors Jean Rolles

By David Carey Jean Rolles was recently honored by The Japan-American Society of Hawaii (JASH), whose mission is to promote and preserve the important relationship between Hawai‘i and Japan. She was recognized as one who embodies the goals and visions … Read More.

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