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Six-year-old Tiara Kaye rolls around on a Bishop Museum "X-treme Science" display.

Cory Lum • The Honolulu Advertiser

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'X-treme Science' looks at space, volcanoes and the ocean
The newest exhibit at the Castle Museum, "X-treme Science! Exploring Oceans, Volcanoes & Outer Space," is touted as the largest exhibit ever developed at the Bishop Museum.

Poll finds Americans deny the influence of good looks
Americans overwhelmingly claim that physical appearance hardly matters, but record numbers are dyeing their hair and getting plastic surgery, a national survey shows.

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Anthony Edwards to exit 'ER' in 2002
Anthony Edwards, who has portrayed Dr. Mark Greene on television's top-rated series since its premiere in 1994, plans to leave after the 2001-2002 season when his current contract is up.
Verdi still the king of the opera
It's one of the few things the world of classical music agrees on: Giuseppe Francesco Fortunino Verdi is the most popular opera composer ever — more than Mozart, more than Puccini.
Report: Robert Downey Jr. signs 'Ally' deal
Robert Downey Jr., facing drug charges that could send him back to prison, has signed a deal to appear in as many as 11 more episodes of "Ally McBeal," The Hollywood Reporter reported.
Readers Share
Tell us: How do you keep the fire burning?
With Valentine's Day just a few weeks away and romance in the air, we'd like you to tell us about the big and little things you and your partner do to keep each other in love.
Wayne Harada
• Show Biz
TV weather anchor Trini Kaopuiki engaged
Trini Kaopuiki, KHON's weather anchor, revealed on-air that she is engaged to Honolulu lawyer Sean Clark. Kaopuiki made the announcement upon questioning by Joe Moore.

• Island Sounds
Kahumoku CD has romantic mood
George Kahumoku Jr. has become a mover and shaker in Hawaiian music, from traditional to contemporary, from religious to romantic, from instrumental to vocals.

Audio sample of "Moloka'i Slide" by George Kahumoku Jr. in mp3 or RealAudio format. RealAudio requires a plug-in.

Joan Namkoong
• Editor's Choice
For zesty, citrus-flavored dish, try Chili Orange Cold Noodles
Chili Orange Noodles is one of my favorite noodle dishes. Not only is it delicious as part of a Chinese meal, it can stand on its own as a "pasta salad" on a buffet or as an accompaniment to grilled chicken or meats.
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