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December 29, 1996 | By Donald D. Groff, FOR THE INQUIRER
The popular Waikiki district of Honolulu is in line for a face-lift after the passage of an ordinance to encourage renovation of hotels that, proponents of the law say, have grown dowdy with age and threaten Waikiki's appeal to tourists. The city council this month approved amendments to a Waikiki master plan, enacted in 1976, that encourage renovations and allow buildings to be built higher in exchange for appealing designs with more open areas at ground level. The changes are needed, advocates said, to spruce up Waikiki and prevent it from developing a reputation as a seedy place.
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September 21, 2003 | By Wendy Walker INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
It's not hard to guess where Selma and Edgar Davis vacation: The parrot and hula-girl motif of their living room is a dead giveaway. "We went to Hawaii for the first time in December of 1990, and we just fell in love with it," Selma Davis said. "We must have gone back there 20 or 21 times now," her husband said. Not only do they travel to Hawaii twice a year now, staying for five weeks at a time, but Selma Davis also has just published Surf Kapu, her second crime novel set in Hawaii.
NEWS
August 19, 2016
Jimmy Buffett. Johnny Depp. Nick Nolte. Me. Common denominator? Hawaiian shirts, and they're back in style. Wearing one is a statement. Now that they are "in," the joy-deprived haters must crawl back into their button-down or plaid tunnels. I feel vindicated. Proof they're back was provided July 10 when fashion columnist Elizabeth Wellington announced the return of the colorful shirts (as if they ever really went away). Today is  the  day to talk about this. It is Hawaiian Shirt Day, always the third Friday in August, marking the anniversary of when Hawaii added the 50th white star to Old Glory.
TRAVEL
November 4, 2013 | By Sherri Izes Becker, For The Inquirer
My husband, David, is a walking travel encyclopedia. For 28 years, he has been game for any vacation except one - Hawaii. His rationale: No beach is worth a 12-hour plane ride. So, when our daughter, Emily, asked us to join her in Honolulu, he professed the value of mother-daughter bonding and bid us adieu. Well dear, you were wrong. Hawaii is visually mesmerizing. It blends learning and leisure perfectly. Each day we proclaimed, "Wow, Dad should really see this!" Stop one was Waikiki, a bustling metropolis with beautiful beaches.
NEWS
July 13, 1990 | By Thomas J. Gibbons Jr., Inquirer Staff Writer The Associated Press contributed to this article
On a recent vacation in Hawaii, Philadelphia Police Officer Joseph Kuchs said he was appalled by sights of drunken U.S. sailors, open prostitution and drug dealing. He was so incensed, said Kuchs, that after he returned home, he fired off a letter of complaint describing what he saw to Honolulu Mayor Frank F. Fasi. The mayor replied on June 6, on official stationery: "You are entitled to your opinions, but as far as I am concerned, you can go to hell! How dare you refer to U.S. Navy personnel as 'juvenile savages that the Navy enlist from the dredges of the cities.
NEWS
August 11, 2014 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
When he entered the University of Denver, James C. Arsenault was married, with a baby son. "He had his daughter when he was a sophomore in college, worked full time, and still graduated in four years," his daughter, Dana A. Frail, said. "And in today's world," she said, "that's kind of unreal for the rest of us. But he did it. " Mr. Arsenault, 73, of Voorhees, founder and owner of Freedom Glass & Metal in Clementon, died at Kennedy University Hospital in Stratford on Wednesday, Aug. 6, after suffering a stroke at his office.
SPORTS
December 29, 1999 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Utah Jazz team president Frank Layden said yesterday that he is retiring to the golf course, marking the third front-office loss for the Jazz this year. Layden, 67, said he wants to spend more time with his wife, Barbara, and plans to write a book. He plans to remain in Salt Lake City. Layden joined the Jazz as general manager in 1979 with a promise to lead the move to Utah from New Orleans. Two years later, he took on the additional role of coach and had a 277-294 record during more than six seasons, including the Jazz' first winning season in 1983-84.
SPORTS
February 6, 1999 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Eugene Robinson of the Atlanta Falcons, honored at the Super Bowl for high moral character just hours before being arrested and charged with solicitation, yesterday said he will return the award. The Falcons' free safety received the Bart Starr Award on Saturday morning, the day before Atlanta's 34-19 Super Bowl loss to the Denver Broncos. The award was presented for leadership in the home, on the field, and in the community. Robinson was arrested that night and charged with soliciting oral sex from an undercover police officer.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 4, 2003 | HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
MAYBE THEY'RE really going to do it. Although rumors have abounded for months that the celebrity wedding of the second weekend of the ninth month of 2003 will be held in Hawaii or Boston or the church where Prince Charles married Princess Diana, reports yesterday in Us Weekly and the New York Daily News, say Bennifer (Ben Affleck and J.Lo) will truly be united as one on Sunday, Sept. 14. In a secret location in Santa Barbara. "Maybe near a winery," said an unidentified source.
SPORTS
February 10, 1994 | by Ted Taylor, Special to the Daily News
The NBA All-Star weekend Jam Session gets under way tomorrow at the Metrodome in downtown Minneapolis and will conclude on Sunday with the annual NBA All-Star Game. Hobbyists will be treated to the basketball version of the kind of fan event that has become so popular over the past few years, one that involves not only collectibles but the opportunity to participate in sports-related activities. The second annual Jam Session will be staged on the floor and in the concourse of the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, covering more than 160,000 square feet.
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NEWS
August 19, 2016
Jimmy Buffett. Johnny Depp. Nick Nolte. Me. Common denominator? Hawaiian shirts, and they're back in style. Wearing one is a statement. Now that they are "in," the joy-deprived haters must crawl back into their button-down or plaid tunnels. I feel vindicated. Proof they're back was provided July 10 when fashion columnist Elizabeth Wellington announced the return of the colorful shirts (as if they ever really went away). Today is  the  day to talk about this. It is Hawaiian Shirt Day, always the third Friday in August, marking the anniversary of when Hawaii added the 50th white star to Old Glory.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 4, 2014 | By Kellie Patrick Gates, For The Inquirer
Hello there Chris had just finished his second tour of duty in Iraq when his roommate at Honolulu's Schofield Barracks invited him to brunch with a group of soldiers from Schofield and nearby Tripler Army Medical Center. Amy, a critical-care nurse from Cherry Hill, was among the Tripler crew that late December morning in 2009. With 10 people around the table, Chris and Amy, both U.S. Army captains, exchanged only small talk. But that was enough for Amy to realize Chris was a nice guy, and notice his gorgeous hazel eyes.
NEWS
August 11, 2014 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
When he entered the University of Denver, James C. Arsenault was married, with a baby son. "He had his daughter when he was a sophomore in college, worked full time, and still graduated in four years," his daughter, Dana A. Frail, said. "And in today's world," she said, "that's kind of unreal for the rest of us. But he did it. " Mr. Arsenault, 73, of Voorhees, founder and owner of Freedom Glass & Metal in Clementon, died at Kennedy University Hospital in Stratford on Wednesday, Aug. 6, after suffering a stroke at his office.
TRAVEL
November 4, 2013 | By Sherri Izes Becker, For The Inquirer
My husband, David, is a walking travel encyclopedia. For 28 years, he has been game for any vacation except one - Hawaii. His rationale: No beach is worth a 12-hour plane ride. So, when our daughter, Emily, asked us to join her in Honolulu, he professed the value of mother-daughter bonding and bid us adieu. Well dear, you were wrong. Hawaii is visually mesmerizing. It blends learning and leisure perfectly. Each day we proclaimed, "Wow, Dad should really see this!" Stop one was Waikiki, a bustling metropolis with beautiful beaches.
SPORTS
July 1, 2009
T HEY BUILT IT and in W.P. Kinsella's vision of a better game from a gentler, more forgiving time, Shoeless Joe Jackson and the Black Sox came to the pristine diamond in an Iowa cornfield for a rousing game of baseball. The real world is filled with ballparks and stadiums and arenas and locales that will quicken your pulse, stir your imagination and max out your credit cards. Here, in no particular ranking, are 10 sports venues you must see before you die: New Wembley Stadium, London The Eagles played a 1989 exhibition in the original Wembley, a historic but aging stadium that had hosted everything from Olympic Games to vast rock concerts featuring Queen and 1985 Live Aid, England's 1966 World Cup victory over West Germany and events as diverse as greyhound racing and Evel Knievel not quite jumping over 13 double-decker buses.
NEWS
September 21, 2003 | By Wendy Walker INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
It's not hard to guess where Selma and Edgar Davis vacation: The parrot and hula-girl motif of their living room is a dead giveaway. "We went to Hawaii for the first time in December of 1990, and we just fell in love with it," Selma Davis said. "We must have gone back there 20 or 21 times now," her husband said. Not only do they travel to Hawaii twice a year now, staying for five weeks at a time, but Selma Davis also has just published Surf Kapu, her second crime novel set in Hawaii.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 4, 2003 | HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
MAYBE THEY'RE really going to do it. Although rumors have abounded for months that the celebrity wedding of the second weekend of the ninth month of 2003 will be held in Hawaii or Boston or the church where Prince Charles married Princess Diana, reports yesterday in Us Weekly and the New York Daily News, say Bennifer (Ben Affleck and J.Lo) will truly be united as one on Sunday, Sept. 14. In a secret location in Santa Barbara. "Maybe near a winery," said an unidentified source.
SPORTS
February 5, 2001 | by Marcus Hayes, Daily News Sports Writer
Anticipatory and hopeful, some Eagles fans even now are making plans to attend the Super Bowl in New Orleans after next season. Better idea: Come here. Sure, the Big Easy is a great party town, but think about it: The Brady Bunch didn't go to Louisiana, did they? And so: The Top 10 Reasons to Go to the Pro Bowl Instead of the Super Bowl: 10) Less hotel hassle. Trust us, it's better to stay in a dive hotel in downtown Honolulu than in a dive hotel in downtown Kenner, La. 9)
SPORTS
December 29, 1999 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Utah Jazz team president Frank Layden said yesterday that he is retiring to the golf course, marking the third front-office loss for the Jazz this year. Layden, 67, said he wants to spend more time with his wife, Barbara, and plans to write a book. He plans to remain in Salt Lake City. Layden joined the Jazz as general manager in 1979 with a promise to lead the move to Utah from New Orleans. Two years later, he took on the additional role of coach and had a 277-294 record during more than six seasons, including the Jazz' first winning season in 1983-84.
SPORTS
February 6, 1999 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Eugene Robinson of the Atlanta Falcons, honored at the Super Bowl for high moral character just hours before being arrested and charged with solicitation, yesterday said he will return the award. The Falcons' free safety received the Bart Starr Award on Saturday morning, the day before Atlanta's 34-19 Super Bowl loss to the Denver Broncos. The award was presented for leadership in the home, on the field, and in the community. Robinson was arrested that night and charged with soliciting oral sex from an undercover police officer.
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