April 30, 2011

Sweet home Alabama~

Former Mililani resident survives Alabama tornado

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Members of a family who used to live in Mililani and now call Alabama home, say their area took a direct hit from a divesting twister.

Frieda Mueller says she lost some dear friends but says she wasn't afraid.

This is now home for former Hawaii resident and her family.

In this small valley of Shoal Creek in Ashville north-east of Birmingham 11 people died and debris is everywhere, all from Wednesday's rare and wicked tornado that packed winds of up to 205 miles per hour.

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April 24, 2011

The comedy never ends...

Lohan quickly released from jail in theft case

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Lindsay Lohan was released from a Los Angeles County jail Friday night, just hours after she was sentenced to 120 days for violating her probation by taking a designer necklace.

It was a déjà vu day for the starlet, who was admonished by a judge - the fourth she's faced in nearly a year - who said she thought the actress had intentionally taken the $2,500 necklace from an upscale Venice store and shown poor judgment in not trying to return it until police became involved.

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April 15, 2011

Ride the the bus:)

With Fuel Prices Rising, Bus Ridership Increases

With gas prices on Oahu around $4.50 a gallon, the operators of the city's bus system said more people are buying bus passes and taking the bus.The Bus reports a 4-percent increase in bus pass sales compared to a year ago and estimates ridership went up about 3 percent in March.Bus riders have noticed a difference."I know it's crowded. It's a lot of people in here. I know some people cannot afford to buy gas," said Maria Esposa of Kalihi Valley, who waited to catch a bus on King Street Thursday morning.

April 12, 2011

Well, I wouldn't doubt it...

"Happiest Man in America" Found Living in Hawaii
The question has been asked for centuries. What makes a person happy? A new Gallup poll has tried to find some answers.According to the results, the happiest man in America would be a tall, Asian-American who is also an observant Jew, at least 65-years-old, married with children. The Gallup poll also said the person would own his own business and make over $120,000 a year. He would also live in the US state of Hawaii.


April 10, 2011

Inogashira Koen Sakura 2011

Koganei Koen Sakura 2011

April 04, 2011

Early bloomers at Yoyogi park

April 01, 2011

Drive safe out there everyone!