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Kaua‘i Rice Festival

By Léo Azambuja The 2nd Kaua‘i Rice Festival was a nice treat to Lihu‘e residents and anyone else who attended the event at Rice Shopping Center Oct. 25. The festival organized by the Kaua‘i [...]

A Hawaiian Thanksgiving with Non-Hawaiian Fixes

By Jan TenBruggencate There is something entirely un-Hawaiian about one of the classic Hawaiian dishes. At any Hawaiian food event, and included with any Hawaiian plate lunch, along with the laulau [...]

Wailua’s Hindu Monastery

By Virginia Beck I first became aware of Hinduism at 9 years old, living in Karachi, Pakistan. That colorful culture was the mixture of Hindus and Muslims. Massive civil war between the two had shaken [...]

A Shifting Force of Nature: How Water is Changing

By Ruby Pap Making sure there is enough freshwater should be a top priority in Hawai‘i, where all freshwater comes from the rain. “Maintaining an adequate freshwater supply in the Pacific Island [...]

Kaua‘i Rice Festival

26 November 2014

By Léo Azambuja The 2nd Kaua‘i Rice Festival was a nice treat to Lihu‘e residents and anyone else who attended the event at Rice Shopping Center Oct. 25. The festival organized by the Kaua‘i [...]

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A Hawaiian Thanksgiving with Non-Hawaiian Fixes

25 November 2014

By Jan TenBruggencate There is something entirely un-Hawaiian about one of the classic Hawaiian dishes. At any Hawaiian food event, and included with any Hawaiian plate lunch, along with the laulau [...]

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Wailua’s Hindu Monastery

25 November 2014

By Virginia Beck I first became aware of Hinduism at 9 years old, living in Karachi, Pakistan. That colorful culture was the mixture of Hindus and Muslims. Massive civil war between the two had shaken [...]

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A Shifting Force of Nature: How Water is Changing

24 November 2014

By Ruby Pap Making sure there is enough freshwater should be a top priority in Hawai‘i, where all freshwater comes from the rain. “Maintaining an adequate freshwater supply in the Pacific Island [...]

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Pink Sunday is Back

22 November 2014

By Léo Azambuja Last year’s success of the first Pink Sunday called for a second edition. So the YWCA fundraising event is back, but with improvements. “We’re trying to make it a little more [...]

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International Filmmakers of Kaua‘i This Friday and Saturday

21 November 2014

The International Filmmakers of Kaua‘i is back. Teaming up with Kilauea Bakery and Tiki Iniki on the North Shore, and with Galerie 103 in Po‘ipu, this month’s IFOK will feature six to eight [...]

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Flavors of Kukui‘ula Back this Friday

20 November 2014

Kaua‘i’s favorite pau hana party is back! Come to The Shops at Kukui‘ula in Po‘ipu this Friday, from 5 to 8:30 p.m., for culinary treats served street-food style, shopping specials, outdoor [...]

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Hawai‘i Wisdom — November

16 November 2014

‘A‘ohe pau ka ‘ike i ka halau ho‘okahi. “All knowledge is not taught in one school.” Source: ‘Olelo No‘eau, by Mary Kawena Pukui. Ganesha, one of the most worshipped Hindu deities, is [...]

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Ocean Warming Speeds Up, Hits Warmest Temperatures Ever Recorded

15 November 2014

This summer has seen the highest global mean sea surface temperatures ever recorded since their systematic measuring started, according to University of Hawai‘i researchers. Temperatures even [...]

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UH Monitoring Coral Bleaching (w/ video)

14 November 2014

After the worst coral bleaching event ever recorded in Hawaiʻi, University of Hawaiʻi scientists and researchers with the Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine Biology are diligently monitoring and testing [...]

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