Walk to End Alzheimer’s set for fall

Nearly 100,000 Hawaii residents are impacted by Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. There are 29,000 residents in the state living with Alzheimer’s disease. That number is expected to rise to an astounding 35,000 by 2025.

Let’s Talk Food: What chefs cook at home

Thomas Keller, one of the world’s most admired chefs who owns The French Laundry in Yountville, Calif.; Bouchon in Northern California, Las Vegas and New York; Per Se in Manhattan, N.Y.; and Ad Hoc in Napa Valley, Calif., had to close his restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic.

League of Women Voters announces voter education tool

In preparation for the upcoming elections, the League of Women Voters of Hawaii offers a nonpartisan election resource: www.VOTE411.org. This “one-stop-shop” website for election information provides simple, helpful tools to assist Hawaii voters to navigate the voting process. VOTE411 provides candidate information, a voter registration tool and other helpful election information.

Housing authority accepting applications for Pahala units

The Hawaii Public Housing Authority announced last week that it has eight studio units and three one-bedroom units of affordable rental housing available at the agency’s Pahala property to assist those in the community affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.