It’s not often that state lawmakers express their justification for imposing taxes in terms other than “We need the money to fund essential services and programs.” But how about this? The following language is from an actual bill.
Today from 4 until 8 p.m., Paradise Beauty Salon & Spa in Kapaa hosts its 20th anniversary party for the community. It is an opportunity to meet the staff, take a tour, have pupu and libations, enjoy 20 percent off products and services booked, and receive gifts from Dermalogica, Hydropeptide and Paul Mitchell, plus a chance to win one of the amazing raffle prizes. Info: 821-0807, www.paradisebeautykauai.com
Lisabeth Fletcher has been keeping people beautiful for two decades on Kauai. Her Paradise Beauty Salon & Spa opened in Kapaa in 1998. Twenty years later, she continues to provide product lines for hair, skin and nails, and now with a hairstyling station, clinical skincare room and manicure/pedicure area.
Yield fell while prices remained relatively steady across the Hawaii coffee market during the 2017-18 season, leaving a blend of opinions throughout the industry about its long-term prospects.
Do you recognize any of these names: Hiʻilei Aloha LLC, Hiʻipaka LLC, and Hoʻokele Pono LLC?