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August 19, 2016

One Scoop or Two?

Rice is a local food staple served at practically every meal here in Hawai‘i.
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August 12, 2016

The Many Wonders of Hawai‘i’s Avocado

Did you know that there are over 100 different types of avocados grown here in Hawai‘i?
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August 04, 2016

Ti Leaf: Canoe Plant of Ancient Hawai‘i

Ti, a plant introduced to Hawai‘i by the early Polynesians, served many purposes, providing food, medicine, shelter, clothing and footwear for early Hawaiians.
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July 22, 2016

Nuts About Coconuts

What comes to mind when you hear the word coconut?
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July 10, 2016

‘Chicken Skin’ Stories Have Mixed Cultural Roots

Ask just about any local if they have a spooky story that has been told in their family and they will tell you...
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July 02, 2016

Ulu:  An Ancient Food Still Sustains Us

The early Polynesian voyagers packed ulu in coconut husk and dry leaves to keep it safe for their journey across the Pacific Ocean as they headed to Hawai‘i.
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June 10, 2016

Haole: Is It a Bad Word?

It is popular belief by those who have dissected the word haole ("ha" means breath of life and "‘ole" means "without") that it literally means “no breath.”
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July 16, 2014

BLOG: Count Your Blessings, Rain Among Them

Living in a rainforest has its benefits, such as no shortage of water or facing $500 daily fines for wasting the wet stuff.
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July 09, 2014

BLOG: Hawaii List of Laws Increased by 238

Gov. Neil Abercrombie has signed 229 bills into law this year, allowed nine more to become law without his signature, and vetoed seven others.
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April 11, 2014

BLOG: High Income and Home Values Don’t Necessarily Jive

Census data reveal interesting paradoxes on the Big Island.
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