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Jon Orque • The Honolulu Advertiser

Islanders weigh in on bridging the shopping gap
When we asked readers which chain stores and restaurants they'd like to see in the Islands, the response was instantaneous. This was one question, it seemed, that a whole lot of Islanders were just waiting to be asked.
Chain stores can find Hawai'i market too far a stretch for their business

Teenzine market riding the Tiger Beat
Only a teen could differentiate between the dozens of look-alike fanzines on the newsstands. But whichever magazine she buys, chances are her money will end up in the same place — Primedia.

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'Baywatch' renewal decision expected today from London
The decision on the future of "Baywatch Hawai'i" was expected to be announced today by the show's owner, London-based Pearson Television.
Wayne Harada
Show Biz
Nabors sporting shades; Iz a hit on AOL
Jim Nabors' shiner; Portlock to add Island music to its dinner mix; 'Aloha Waikiki' show at new DFS Galleria is not to be missed; "Al Waterson and You' marks ninth anniversary.

• Island Sounds
Keola Beamer celebrates Island pride in new album
Carrying on a family tradition, Keola Beamer sings of 'ohana and 'aina in his newest album, declaring his unending respect for and admiration of his Island roots.

Audio sample of "Island Born" by Keola Beamer. in mp3 or RealAudio format. RealAudio requires a plug-in.
Audio sample of "Ami Ami Slack Key" by Led Kaapana and Bob Brozman. in mp3 or RealAudio format. RealAudio requires a plug-in.

Joan Namkoong
• Quick Bites
Bigger brewpub in Kona
The Brewpub Oasis, part of the Kona Brewing Co. facility in Kailua-Kona, on the Big Island, has just expanded to provide more seating. Kona Brewing Co. hopes to play host to small concerts and private functions.
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