COMING UP SUNDAY
What's inside your Star-Bulletin this weekend:
Isle culture, Kanaka'ole style
The extended Kanaka'ole family is grounded in the music and dance of Hawaii. Over four generations, the family has embraced the past while understanding that evolution is an essential part of a living culture.
Painting by the numbers
The Schaefer Portrait Challenge offers the state's largest art prize -- $15,000 -- but the resulting show is a mixed collection of work, from good to plain ugly.
A whole year of 'surf's up!'
No matter the month, there is always some beach in the world where surf's up.
Police, Fire, Courts
1 teen arrested, 1 sought in attack on Makiki man
Police arrested one teenager and were looking for another in the Wednesday night robbery of a 45-year-old Makiki man.
Police said the man was walking home along Piikoi Street when two 17-year-old boys knocked him down and beat him.
One of the boys took money from the victim's pocket and fled, police said. The other boy took the victim's fanny pack but was later caught by responding officers, police said. The victim suffered a broken nose and other injuries, police said.
Married pair caught in alleged assault
Police arrested a married couple after they allegedly tracked down a man whom they believed had stolen their vehicle and allegedly threatened and attacked him.
The vehicle belonging to the husband and wife was stolen Wednesday, police said. The couple went to the Kapolei home of a 23-year-old man and confronted him about the alleged theft, police said.
The husband, 44, allegedly threatened the man with a golf club. When the man tried to run away, the wife, also 44, allegedly threw a metal pipe at him.
The pipe struck the man in the back and caused a minor injury, according to police.
Police later arrested the husband and wife for investigation of first-degree terroristic threatening and second-degree assault.