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Dream Catcher ‘The Sandy Dog’ Makes a Dog Happy Gov. Ige Proclaims Invasive Species Awareness Week (w/ video) How Will We Evolve?
 
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Dream Catcher

By Larry Feinstein In 1986, I moved to the high desert country of the Cerrillos Flats, just south of Santa Fe, New Mexico. …

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‘The Sandy Dog’ Makes a Dog Happy

By Léo Azambuja The Sandy Dog owner Crissi Dyer and Honey Honey is quite a charming lady, with those big, mesmerizing br…

Gov. David Ige and a little fire ant Monday at the state Capitol.

Gov. Ige Proclaims Invasive Species Awareness Week (w/ video)

Gov. David Ige and a little fire ant Monday at the state Capitol. At a ceremony at the state Capitol Monday, Gov. David Ige …

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How Will We Evolve?

By Léo Azambuja Léo Azambuja A friend of mine showed last month an article on how the British were about to vote on allow…

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Dream Catcher

05 March 2015

By Larry Feinstein In 1986, I moved to the high desert country of the Cerrillos Flats, just south of Santa Fe, New Mexico. …

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‘The Sandy Dog’ Makes a Dog Happy

04 March 2015

By Léo Azambuja The Sandy Dog owner Crissi Dyer and Honey Honey is quite a charming lady, with those big, mesmerizing br…

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Gov. David Ige and a little fire ant Monday at the state Capitol.

Gov. Ige Proclaims Invasive Species Awareness Week (w/ video)

03 March 2015

Gov. David Ige and a little fire ant Monday at the state Capitol. At a ceremony at the state Capitol Monday, Gov. David Ige …

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How Will We Evolve?

02 March 2015

By Léo Azambuja Léo Azambuja A friend of mine showed last month an article on how the British were about to vote on allow…

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Kumu hula Kaua‘i Iki is seen here with two of his students from Ni‘ihau, Kilolani Kanahele and Kapua Kelley-Kanahele, performing at Kekaha Beach.

He Kumulipo — The Source of Darkness

01 March 2015

By Léo Azambuja Kumu hula Kaua‘i Iki is seen here chanting while two of his students from Ni‘ihau, Kilolani Kana…

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Arrabbiata Recipe

Kau Kau Delights — Vegan Arrabbiata Sauce

28 February 2015

This vegan recipe makes about three-and-a-half cups of fresh arrabbiata sauce, an “angry” and spicy tomato sauce…

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How Will You Experience Global Warming in Your Community?

27 February 2015

By Ruby Pap Many of us are aware that global warming is happening. We also get the idea that the world is already experienc…

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Ulu, or breadfruit.

Ancient Hawaiian Field Systems

26 February 2015

By Jan TenBruggencate Ulu, or breadfruit. Farming, in a way, is resource protection. When you’re growing food, you d…

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Local Snapshots — February

25 February 2015

A good snapshot may reveal a simple pleasure that otherwise goes unnoticed. The Local Snapshots is just a tiny collecti…

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Amalia Gray, left, and Annabelle d'Artois

Chiffon and Spice Heats Up Lihu‘e

24 February 2015

From left to right, Marni Kaduce, Kaia Shine and Megan Trigg. By Léo Azambuja Chiffon and Spice by Soul Fire Production…

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