Fallen Off the Eaten Path

Black Sheep Cream Co.

A quaint little ice-cream shop can be found in Waipio, near Costco and the ever-busy parking lot surrounding it. Black Sheep Ice-cream is a unique little parlor, filled with an array of different flavors to satisfy your cravings on a cold or warm day. The shop itself gives off a welcoming, vintage look to the entire room. With mostly wooden furniture, hand written signs, charming sheep themes and witty menu options give the entire atmosphere a completely unique and authentic vibe. 

Pacific Island Art Festival

 

by Jessie McGeary

 

From January 20th-January 21st, Kapiolani Park was filled with an array of colors, sounds, sights and people. The 19th annual Pacific Island Art Festival brought together a collection of crafters to showcase and sell their work to the community. This year the festival hosted 65 fine artists and handcraft artisans.

False Missile Threat Shakes Students and Community

 

By Jessie McGeary

THIS IS NOT A DRILL. Residents of Hawaii received an early morning wake-up call Saturday, January 13, 2018. At 8:07 a.m., A warning test was triggered statewide by the State Warning Point, Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (HI-EMA). The emergency broadcast message read:

Game review: I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream

By Kalahiki Reid

 

Harlan Ellison, an author who wrote over 1700 stories, wrote a book called I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream. So dark and disturbing in 13 pages it became so popular that Cyberdreams, a video game company who wanted to turn that story into a cult-classic point-and-click adventure game, approached the author. Harlan Ellison even voices the antagonist of the game, wrote the story, and helped to develop the disturbing metaphorical artwork that you see in the game itself.

Hikes on both sides of the Ko‘olau

 

By Rawley Riccio and Marcel Saragena

 

Maunawili Falls 

 

Located on O’ahu’s Windward side is the popular hike, Maunawili Falls. The start of the hike is in a residential area with street parking located at the end of Maunawili road. With many roots exposed from the ground, rocks, and a few stream crossings, the trail is moderately difficult. Being about three miles long it can take anywhere from two to four hours to complete. At the end of the trail is a waterfall frequented by locals and visitors alike. Some daring individuals will climb up and even jump into the pool at the base of the falls.

Pastele Stew

 

Cooking in a kitchen all day long, side to side, mother Valray Jeremiah and daughter Kawena Roque work hard to create their cultural dish.  Both mother and daughter spend hours cutting the pork to its needed size.  Together, they create a dish known to be pastele stew.  Pastele stew derives from the Puerto Rican culture, using pork as its main meat more times than not.  This delicacy should be enjoyed by all, not only because of the cultural meaning behind it, but also due to its explosion of flavor and texture.

Fenty Beauty

 

by Lawrence Mallari
photos by Marcel Saragena & Brandi Kaneshiro 

 

Throughout his high school career, he has not only been a student athlete. The flamboyant social media sensation has conquered the world with his quirky humor and ever changing, transformative looks. Being one of the biggest influencers the century has ever conceived. Landing on the Time’s most influential teens of 2017, please let’s give around of applause for Bretman 76 South Bebeh Rock.

 

Pride March celebrates color, love, hope

Article and photos by Ashton Ray

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Off the Eaten Path: Da Boba Place

 

by Mason Laikupu, Wesley Newhouse and Marcel Saragena
photo by Wesley Newhouse

 

Having opened in March 2017 at the Aiea Shopping Center, Da Boba Place provides a much-needed means of refreshment during hotter times of the year, though, ice cream rolls and bubble tea are perfect treats for any time of the year for anyone with a sweet tooth.  Da Boba Place is a wonderful place to stop at for folks of all ages, from the elderly to children.

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