Hawaii bans plastic bags and in the process becomes the first state to do so. The all to familiar phrase of “paper or plastic” will be no more in the grocery stores of Hawaii.
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The annual Miss Hawaii Scholarship Pageant will be held at the Hawaii Convention Center. The winner will represent Hawaii in the Miss American contest in September. Meet the ladies now.
The massive Hawaii volcano is constantly erupting, but recently there was more of an explosion, as a portion of the Halemaumau crater in Hawaii collapsed, impacting a lava lake and triggering what the U.S. Geological Survey said was “a small explosion.”
The canonization of Saint Damien was 120 years in the making. Here is the story of the legendary Saint Damien of Molokai.
I became aware of the huge contrast to the non-instrument navigators of ancient Hawaii. These helmsmen learned to be finely attuned to nature. Even the color of ocean and the shapes of clouds have meaning to seafarers who have observed them for many years.
Kamaka Pili, owner/designer at Naʻau Walaʻau Designs, did a fundraiser using their Aloha Spirit Collection line of jewelry and was also featured on Sunrise on Hawaii News Now for his bamboo stamped (ʻohe kapala) clothing and apparel designs!
In Hawaii, 123,000 households, made up of 287,000 residents, receive food assistance annually from the Hawaii Foodbank and its affiliates, and this number continues to grow. Included in the figures are nearly 48,000 children and 46,000 senior citizens.
The USDA just released a report that stated Honolulu is the second most expensive place to raise a child. The only real surprise here is the fact that Honolulu wasn’t ranked the MOST expensive place to raise a child.
Have you ever eaten out of the back of a shrimp truck in Hawaii? No! Wow, you have been missing out! Living on the North Shore of Oahu within a few miles of some shrimp aquaculture farms, the shrimp are big and plentiful.
Rarely do you here the word overrated used when speaking about Hawaii. That being said, here are the 5 most overrated things about Hawaii as described by someone who has lived there all his life.
So, it seems that our favorite Hawaii weatherman Guy Hagi is having a rough couple days. The Guy Hagi memes that have been going around are actually pretty brilliant. In the wake of the two hurricanes that are in line to hit the islands the Guy Hagi hurricane memes have spread like wildfire and gone viral.
Hilo is the lovable underdog that has endured through years of tragedy, conflict and toils yet maintaining itʻs small town allure. This, is the story of Hilo.
The often debated question… Hawaii needs ________? Answers can differ based on the people and conversation. Here are 5 things Hawaii needs now!
The exotic mixture of words and phrases known as Hawaiian Pidgin English has actually evolved over time to become a legitimate language in Hawaii.
Kona Coffee has an enchanting flavor. However, it is not just itʻs flavor that determines itʻs value, it is also the rich and royal history of the product.
Everyone that lives in Hawaii knows that there are 4th of July celebrations, but there are also Hawaiian style 4th of July celebrations. While there may be some similarities, celebrating the 4th of July Hawaiian style really does take on a whole new meaning.