Ulupö heiau on Windward Oahu is said to have been built by whom?
Chief Kahekili
Kamehameha the First
Danny Kaleikini
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Celebration of life announced for local filmmaker, kumu hula

A celebration of life for filmmaker and kumu hula Keo Woolford is scheduled for Jan. 28 at Kaneohe's Ko'olau Ballrooms and Conference Center, 45-550 Kionaole Road. Woolford, the writer and director of 2013's "The Haumana," an independent film that received a Na Hoku Hanohano Award for its soundtrack, died Nov. 28 following a stroke.

Kamehameha closed as police investigate shooting in Kaneohe

Police closed Kamehameha in both directions between Hunaahi and Hunalepo streets at about 4 p.m. to investigate. Traffic was being rerouted on Hunaahi and Hunalepo streets.

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How to Improve the Quality of Your Voice
Contrary to the popular saying, practise doesn’t necessarily make perfect; it does, however, make better! There are a lot of practical things you can do to improve the quality of your voice, from learning to breathe properly to avoiding certain foods, to trying specific warmup exercises before singing or speaking. These aren’t overnight solutions, but with time and work, you can absolutely improve the quality of your voice.