By Star Advertiser | November 20, 2022 | Updated November 19, 2022 at 12:13 AM
STAR ADVERTISING ARCHIVE / NOVEMBER 12, 1964
University of Hawaii sophomore James H. Yim, a Fine Arts student, poses in The Street – An Intense Reconstruction of the Familiar and Tireless Avenues in Our Landscape. Yim arranged the exhibit’s sounds, including cassettes, vinyl records, and radios.
STAR ADVERTISING ARCHIVE / MAY 6, 1964
Hundreds of children fish during the Honolulu Sportsmen’s Travel, Vacation and Boat Show at the Honolulu International Center.
STAR ADVERTISING ARCHIVE / SEPTEMBER 9, 1996
The Ranch House Restaurant in Aina Haina will be dismantled to its frame and will reopen as two restaurants in a few months. One called Metro will be a café; the other, Rockchild’s, will be an upscale restaurant.
STAR ADVERTISING ARCHIVE / SEPTEMBER 30, 1986
Minors are allowed into Waikiki’s Phase and Masquerade nightclubs but must sign a form and promise not to drink. Dancers at Phase enjoy the music without alcohol.
STAR ADVERTISING ARCHIVE / FEBRUARY 4, 1987
Castle High School teacher Laverne Tokunaga explains how to use a metal lathe during the school’s curriculum fair, which is held to help students choose their courses for the new school year.
STAR ADVERTISING ARCHIVE / MARCH 23, 1968
Several dozen men in striped shirts will occupy the Farrington High School auditorium for a half-hour of fun. The men belong to the Aloha Chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America and will be the standout entertainment for the annual Hawaii Spelling Bee, which will feature champions from the state’s seven Spelling Bee districts.
STAR ADVERTISING ARCHIVE / NOVEMBER 2, 1991
The little Lamborghini Diablo attracted some attention at the First Hawaiian Auto Show at the Neal Blaisdell Center. There are only 500 Diablo models in the world, and they cost a whopping $243,000 — a long way from the average home price on Oahu.
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