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Helen Sanborn married Alan
Sanford Davis at Wawamalu Ranch on March 18, 1930. Alan Davis was a partner in the ranch, which included his own private cottage near Koko Head.

Davis family photo

Book Review
A kama'aina's life story
Helen Kapililani Sanborn Davis' Hawaiian name means "close to heaven," and reading this as-told-to biography you have a sense that she has, indeed, lived a blessed life.

Oprah scores a success with her magazine
Oh! Or better yet, wow! That's what the magazine industry is saying about O, Oprah Winfrey's start-up magazine, which in just eight issues has far surpassed the wildest dreams of all involved.

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NBC apologizes to Latinos over 'Law and Order' episode
A "Law & Order'' episode about violence during New York's Puerto Rican Day parade provoked angry complaints from Hispanic groups and a promise from NBC never to air the hour again.
Schwarzenegger wins case against doctor
A Berlin court has ordered a heart specialist to pay Arnold Schwarzenegger $4,700 and retract a statement that the actor would die of heart disease.
ABC gives 'Once and Again' a new home
"Once and Again" keeps moving. Again and again and again. It's been bounced between Monday and Tuesday and now has landed on Wednesday nights on ABC.
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
DeLima gets miscue when fireworks go off
Comedian Frank DeLima's premature 'alarm clock,' ... 'Hawai'i's Kitchen' tapes at Chai's Island Bistro ... 'Vanities' cast parties at Nick's Fishmarket.

• Island Sounds
Brother Noland returns to his roots
Brother Noland returns to his Hawaiian roots with a relaxing, reflective collection of Island favorites. ... A new collaboration gives Damon a Fiji-style R&B and reggae makeover.

Audio sample of "Keawaiki" by Brother Noland. in mp3 or RealAudio format. RealAudio requires a plug-in.
Audio sample of "On The Island" by Damon 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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