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September 27, 2016

LETTER: A Week in the Life of a Kahuna

In just one week recently, I received a number of reminders of how deep the oppression goes and how systematic the bigotry continues to be.
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September 27, 2016

LETTER: The Mountain, the Faith, the Kingdom and the Telescope

Although there are numerous unresolved matters, the hearing officer has apparently scheduled the hearing to begin on Oct.
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September 23, 2016

Mango is a Local Favorite—and for Good Reason

Mango is so tasty, it is sometimes viewed as a guilty indulgence, but it actually has health benefits as well.
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September 16, 2016

SLIDESHOW UPDATE: Crusin’ with Tita Nui: Laupāhoehoe

Laupāhoehoe is a beautifully peaceful historical location, just waiting to be explored.
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September 09, 2016

Candlenut Tree Provides More Than Light

In ancient Hawai’i, candlenuts were burned to provide light, but the nuts can serve a wide variety of uses—from beauty treatments and healthcare, to tattooing and timekeeping.
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September 02, 2016

Crusin’ Pololu Valley With Tita Nui

Pololu Valley is the northernmost valley along the east coast of the Kohala Mountains on the Island of Hawai‘i.
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August 24, 2016

LETTER: Words Live On

There are two sayings that my pistol-of-a-Southern-Belle mother shot through my head until they stuck...
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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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