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Waikoloa Beach Resort tunes up for ukulele festival

Strumming and humming, hundreds of ukulele players and fans, keiki to kupuna, find their way to Waikoloa Beach Resort each year for the Great Waikoloa Ukulele Festival. This year’s 15th annual event on March 7 brings legendary entertainers together with some of the hottest stars in Hawaiian music for a day full of music from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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3 things to watch at state Legislature this week

HONOLULU — The mountain of bills that state lawmakers are tackling now looks more like a hill. More than half of the bills introduced just a month ago in the House of Representatives have died, and lawmakers are left with 737 of the original 1,515 bills that were on the list in that chamber after pushing key proposals through legislative deadlines. Those that lived include a proposal to create a system of medical marijuana dispensaries, a plan to label genetically modified foods and various attempts to fix problems at the state’s troubled health exchange.