Located upstairs of general surgeon Larry Peebles’ Kealakekua office is Big Island Yoga Center, a serene, welcoming space for those seeking peace, self-discovery, balance and fitness. For more than two decades, it’s been a sanctuary for those who share a passion for yoga.
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Beehive ginger grows in Hilo.
Open spaces agency meeting today
Many of us in the tax practice world have heard about the Appeals Office within the IRS. The office was established in the late 1920s, and its independence from the rest of the IRS was firmly established in the IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998. Appeals officers each year help more than 100,000 taxpayers resolve their tax disputes with the IRS. The vast majority of these cases are settled out of court, and the appeals officers help make that happen.
The Hawaii Island Landscape Association, working with the University of Hawaii Extension Service, is holding classes for those who would like to learn about installing a new landscape or maintaining an existing one.
“A penny saved is a penny earned,” and we are having the opportunity to see this put into practice while visiting some of the “townships” around Cape Town, South Africa. Folks here have grown their own food for centuries — something we used to do in Hawaii. It is time to revisit those days and become more self sufficient.
The Hawaii County Police Department is asking for the public’s help in processing court bench warrants.
The natural steam vents are just one of many attractions of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Ron Bloise/Community Contributor
Senior yoga classes held in West Hawaii
Ala Kahakai trail at Kohanaiki is seen
Foundation accepts grant applications
“Ahupuaa” by Hawaiian artist Kira Kamamalu will be displayed today through March 21 at King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel in conjunction with Rumley Gallery. The large-scale, 11-by-7-foot painting depicts the ancient Hawaiian land system and its sustainable culture. Kamamalu recently exhibited in Italy at the Florence Biennale. This work was inspired by her visit to Michelangelo’s frescos in the Sistine Chapel. Special to West Hawaii Today
The Kahilu Theatre reports sizable crowds recently, especially for its home-produced shows.
In a special exhibition at the Volcano Art Center’s Niaulani Campus, two artists, Margaret Stanton and Randy Takaki will share their unique vision in painting and sculpture. Free to the public, the exhibition runs for five days only, today through Tuesday, at the center’s campus in Volcano Village. This exhibit is the first in a series of “Flash” or experimental art exhibits planned at this venue.
Firehouse Gallery in Waimea is displaying an exhibit of young people’s art through March 22 in commemoration of the 30th annual Youth Art Month.