Remember Thru Music partners with NKCRC

Remember Thru Music, originally iPods For The Elderly, a no-cost program providing customized music on MP3 players to those diagnosed with memory loss, announces its partnership with the North Kohala Community Resource Center in Hawi.

London carnival show goes on — with more importance than ever

LONDON — Organizers of Europe’s biggest street fair, which traces its roots to the emancipation of Black slaves and race riots in London during the late 1950s, say the event is more important than ever amid the worldwide campaign for justice after George Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis.

Paralympic documentary: ‘None of the bodies look the same’

TOKYO — Matt Stutzman was born without arms — just stumps at the shoulders. Ellie Cole’s right leg was amputated when she was 3, lost to cancer. Bebe Vio had parts of all four limbs amputated after she contracted meningitis as an adolescent. Doctors were able to save her life but not her arms and legs.

Moana’s voice, Auliʻi Cravalho takes the next step

Auli‘i Cravalho’s life changed forever at age 14 when she was cast as the voice of Disney’s “Moana.” The Hawaii native loved singing and acting, but they were just hobbies to her. So were horseback riding, swimming and microbiology, for that matter. A career in Hollywood seemed implausible at best.