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TRAILBLAZER HAWAII: Oh no, Kauai's fabled Kalalau Trail is closed!! No problem, Brah.
Roads and trails beyond Hanalei Bay on Kauai's north shore remain closed, after being hammered by a Biblical rainstorm this winter—50 freaking inches in 24 hours.
hawaii  hiking 
27 days ago by fwhamm
Patriots Adrift » FLUX
Tom Raffipiy looked out the window of the plane, nervous. He was 30,000 feet in the air, flying over the rugged, desolate landscape of the Western United States.
hawaii 
27 days ago by fwhamm
The Witness » FLUX
Ed Greevy’s first camera lens—a 500-millimeter Telefoto—was an extravagant purchase for 1962. An aspiring surf photographer, Greevy reasoned he needed the heavy-duty piece of equipment to zoom in on Oʻahu’s powerful breaking waves from the shore.
hawaii  photography 
28 days ago by fwhamm
Stranger Than Paradise » FLUX
The iPhone photographer @misterver has built an audience on observing audiences. Anonymously handled, the Instagram account treats its 40k followers to a mishmash mosaic of local life, where unsuspecting people and patterns interplay in its pixelated purview of the islands.
hawaii  photography 
4 weeks ago by fwhamm
Beach Access Concerns in Hawaii | Hawaii Aloha Travel
On Oahu, it’s Waikiki, the North Shore, and Kailua Beach. It’s Kaanapali on Maui, the Kona Coast on the Big Island, and Poipu Beach on Kauai. They attract millions to the Aloha State every year. The main islands of Hawaii have a combined 750 miles of coastline.
hawaii 
4 weeks ago by fwhamm
How the Lyons Estate on Big Island is preserving Hawaii's ohia lehua tree | Hawaii Magazine
I first spot them as I rumble along the long gravel road. The soft, bristled flowers are like mini red fireworks dotting the forest.  I’m in Mountain View, a small town about 15 miles east of Hilo, visiting a tucked-away property called the Lyons Estate.
hawaii 
7 weeks ago by fwhamm
A Park Reborn
Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. As a vog-tinted sunset silvers the sea off Mākālei Beach Park, Cristal Mortensen and Glenn Rostron eye the lineup at Suicides before heading out to surf.
hawaii 
7 weeks ago by fwhamm
The search for the mysterious and beloved manapua man | Hawaii Magazine
I was told there’s a manapua man in Pearl City, Oahu, but without a proper address, all I can surmise is that he’s on the corner of Moanalua Road and Hoolaulea Street, under a bridge.
hawaii 
7 weeks ago by fwhamm
Queen Kapiolani Hotel's new retro-chic renovation | Hawaii Magazine
The Queen Kapiolani Hotel’s lobby, with its new open-air design, is just one of many changes at the hotel, which began a $35 million renovation project late last year.
hawaii 
7 weeks ago by fwhamm
Outnumbered by an Albatross – Kim Steutermann Rogers
The albatross colonies around Hawaii are quiet these days, almost eerily so, while the birds forage in the North Pacific. However, an albatross made an appearance, of sorts, last week in the pages of an online magazine called Zoomorphic.
hawaii 
september 2018 by fwhamm
The 12 Best Hikes in Hawaii That You Have Experience – stackovia
Located on Kauai, this is arguably the most famous hike in Hawaii. Approximately twenty-two miles long roundtrip, the Kalalau Trail is particularly well known for its spectacular views of Na Pall Coast.
hawaii 
september 2018 by fwhamm
TRAILBLAZER HAWAII: How Five Million Years of Hawaiian History Took Place This Year
Five million years ago, Hawaii's northern-most island, Kauai, was located several hundred miles to the south, where the Big Island is located today. Five million years from now, the Big Island will take Kauai's place to the north, and a new island will be emerging from the sea in its former place.
hawaii 
september 2018 by fwhamm
How Hawaii plans to be the first US state to run entirely on clean energy | World Economic Forum
It may have a reputation as an ecological paradise but Hawaii is also one of America’s most fossil fuel-dependent states.
climate  change  hawaii 
august 2018 by fwhamm
Kilauea volcano eruption continues
News coverage fell off until recently when video of a large explosion of lava near a lava entry point into the ocean went viral. A 20-year-old woman on a “lava boat” tour was seriously injured when a “lava bomb” struck her, shattering her pelvis.
hawaii 
august 2018 by fwhamm
A visual journey through the Big Island's Hamakua district | Hawaii Magazine
The Hamakua Coast has long been the Big Island’s bread basket, and proud of it. Prior to Western contact, thousands of Hawaiians lived, farmed and fished in massive Waipio and Waimanu Valleys, the breathtaking northernmost landmarks of the 50-mile coastline.
bigisland  hawaii 
august 2018 by fwhamm
Sweet Memories: Remembering the Reign of Sugar Cane in Hawaiʻi - Honolulu Magazine - July 2018 - Hawaii
A symbol of a bygone era in Waipahu’s plantation history undergoes much-needed restoration. Photos: Aaron K. Yoshino For 120 years, the landmark smokestack at the shuttered O‘ahu Sugar Co.
hawaii  oahu 
july 2018 by fwhamm
The life and legacy of Hawaii's influential Charles Reed Bishop | Hawaii Magazine
In the 1840s, Hawaii was undergoing great change, and there was a steady influx of outside influences into the kingdom. After months at sea, the brig Henry arrived in Honolulu Harbor in 1846.
hawaii 
june 2018 by fwhamm
Ho brah, here are 7 ways to throw a shaka | Hawaii Magazine
With its origins shrouded in mystery, the shaka has become one of Hawaii’s hallmark gestures. The base concept is simple: extend your pinkie and thumb while curling your pointer, middle and ring fingers. Boom! You’ve got yourself a shaka.
hawaii 
june 2018 by fwhamm
Redemptive Roots » FLUX
“It’s going to sound kind of weird, but I originally got into baking because I used to sell and make drugs,” Tricia Liupaono says. “When you cook cocaine, it’s a chemistry, and pastry is a chemistry.
hawaii 
june 2018 by fwhamm
A visual journey through Oahu's lush Manoa Valley | Hawaii Magazine
Not only is this lush valley on Oahu’s south shore immense in physical size — extending from the emerald peaks of the Koolau Mountains to the coral reefs off Waikiki — but its history, its culture, its people and its offerings are vast, too.
hawaii  oahu 
may 2018 by fwhamm
Where to eat a loco moco in Hilo, the town that invented it | Hawaii Magazine
The least-disputed story of the creation of the loco moco—Hilo town’s legendary, high-calorie contribution to the Hawaii cuisine vernacular—begins in the late 1940s with a gang of hungry teenagers, who called themselves the Lincoln Wreckers.
food  hawaii 
may 2018 by fwhamm
7 of Hawaii's most popular lei, and what makes them unique | Hawaii Magazine
May Day doesn't have to be the only reason to give or receive a lei*—beautiful necklaces of flowers, leaves, feathers or shells that have become synonymous with the Hawaiian Islands.
hawaii 
may 2018 by fwhamm
Channel Forward » FLUX
Only 55 people have successfully swum across Hawai‘i’s Kaiwi Channel, a 26-mile stretch of water between Moloka‘i and O‘ahu known for its strong currents and large rolling swells. Kim Chambers counts herself among them.
hawaii 
may 2018 by fwhamm
Driving the Road to Hana: A memorable East Maui adventure - YouTube
Explore Maui's Road to Hana with HAWAII Magazine on this beautiful adventure of the breathtaking coastline, with stops along the way, including Twin Falls, Three Bears Waterfall (aka Upper Waikani Falls), Waianapanapa State Park, Garden Cafe at the Garden of Eden arboretum, Halfway to Hana and Oheo
hawaii  maui 
may 2018 by fwhamm
Manoa Valley Legend
Improvements and maintenance to the trail have greatly increased the trail’s accessibility over the year.
hawaii  hiking 
april 2018 by fwhamm
Off the Grid, on Maui - The New York Times
When Graham Hill began designing a house on Maui, he wanted more than a rustic surf shack. “I wanted to see what it was like to live in the future,” he said. Mr. Hill, 47, is probably best known for starting the sustainability and design website TreeHugger.
hawaii 
march 2018 by fwhamm
Makapu'u Lighthouse History
Improvements to the area include much-needed additional parking and the paving of the original path. Located at the very tip of southeast Oahu, the Makapu’u Lighthouse Trail is ideal for novice hikers and not much more than a brisk walk for experienced hikers.
hawaii 
march 2018 by fwhamm
Our Waikīkī: Living Local in O‘ahu’s Most Famous Neighborhood - Honolulu Magazine - February 2018 - Hawaii
Waikīkī is much more than a tourist destination and faces the same challenges of other urban neighborhoods on O‘ahu. It has public schools, family-run restaurants, places people call home. Here are their stories. Photo: Thinkstock It’s just after 5 a.m.
hawaii  oahu 
february 2018 by fwhamm
Our Waikīkī: King Tides, Beach Erosion and Water Pollution—Can Waikīkī Be Saved? - Honolulu Magazine - March 2018 - Hawaii
How the state is dealing with king tides, eroding beaches and trash in the Ala Wai. Last year’s king tides hit record levels, rising 9 inches above predicted tide levels. Photo: Aaron K.
hawaii  oahu 
february 2018 by fwhamm
Afterthoughts: The Long Way Home - Honolulu Magazine - February 2018 - Hawaii
Waikīkī will always be special to me. I have a confession to make: I love Waikīkī.
hawaii 
february 2018 by fwhamm
A Heavenly Day in Hanalei | Hawaii Magazine
There are few towns as stunning as Hanalei. It’s a place everyone wishes they lived, and where some make that dream come true after just one visit.
hawaii  kauai 
february 2018 by fwhamm
The Gift of Rain » FLUX
Driving along Kuhio Highway on the north shore of Kauaʻi can seem like an endless journey with no destination.
hawaii  kauai 
february 2018 by fwhamm
Photos From The Voyage Of Hokule’a — The Canoe That Circled The Globe
In the early 1970s, the Polynesian Voyaging Society was moved to craft Hokule’a — a performance accurate double-hull voyaging canoe built in the traditional style of the native people of the region.
hawaii  travel 
february 2018 by fwhamm
The Essence of Hawai'i » FLUX
PhotoCon Hawai‘i, the world-class photography convention that not only fulfills the needs of the professional elite, but acts as a platform for photographers of all types and skill levels to connect, interact, and learn together, took place in October 2017.
hawaii  photography 
february 2018 by fwhamm
The Sultan of Surf » FLUX
In between morning heats at the Buffalo Big Board Surf Contest on O’ahu’s west side, Leleo Kinimaka plants his latest creation in the sand.
hawaii  surf 
february 2018 by fwhamm
Photos: A journey through Oahu's colorful North Shore culture | Hawaii Magazine
On winter days when swells born hundreds of miles away in the tempestuous North Pacific finally make landfall on the world-famous surf breaks of Oahu’s North Shore, they provide a spectacle not to be missed.
hawaii  oahu 
january 2018 by fwhamm
Homeward Bound » FLUX
Weeks had passed since Hōkūleʻa had departed from Tahiti, and the weather had not been kind. Swaths of clouds, heavy with the promise of rain, blocked Hōkūpaʻa (the North Star) and Hānaiakamalama (the Southern Cross), star formations that would indicate their coordinates.
hawaii  travel 
january 2018 by fwhamm
Local flavors you'll only find at fast-food restaurants in Hawaii | Hawaii Magazine
Hawaii definitely has its own way of doing fast food. Being on-the-go doesn’t mean sacrificing local flavors as these establishments prove. Do you ever wake up in the morning craving rice, meat and eggs? Because Hawaii people sure do.
hawaii 
january 2018 by fwhamm
What Are the Wizard Stones in Waikiki? | Hawaii Aloha Travel
I’m always on the lookout for cool things to do in Hawaii (and write about them, too), but it’s not often I come across a site or event I’ve never heard of before — until now! I’m talking about the Wizard Stones in Waikiki, four healing stones that sit in the heart of Waikiki.
hawaii  oahu 
january 2018 by fwhamm
TRAILBLAZER HAWAII: Monkey see, Maui do
Visitors tend to congregate at the well-known attractions on all the Islands, but on Maui this group-think is heightened. Many tourists arrive with a punch list of scheduled must-dos, like the Hana Highway, Haleakala sunrise, and a few other Yelp faves.
hawaii  maui 
january 2018 by fwhamm
The Essential Guide to Taro: The Significance of Kalo in Hawaiian Culture - Honolulu Magazine - December 2017 - Hawaii
To Native Hawaiians, the kalo plant is a sacred connection to their ancestors. Ka Papa Lo‘i ‘o Kānewai in Mānoa preserves the culture and history surrounding kalo. PHOTO: ELYSE BUTLER MALLAMS In Hawai‘i, kalo is so much more than a primary food source.
hawaii 
january 2018 by fwhamm
Exiling Ghosts of the Past » FLUX
Along the 35-mile northern shore of Moloka‘i, towering sea cliffs reach 2,000 feet into the sky. In their shadow is the Kalaupapa Peninsula, barely five square miles in total, which on most days feels tranquil.
hawaii  longreads  molokai 
december 2017 by fwhamm
Freudentränen im Paradies - Im Helikopter über Hawaii
Aufgeregt und voller Vorfreude steigen wir am frühen Morgen in den kleinen Shuttlebus, der uns zum Flugplatz in Honolulu bringt. Mein Herz macht Luftsprünge, schließlich fliegt man nicht alle Tage im Helikopter über Hawaii, einen der schönsten Orte auf unserer Erde.
hawaii 
december 2017 by fwhamm
Keepers of the Kaona: How These 6 Kumu Preserve Hawai‘i’s Hula Traditions - Honolulu Magazine - November 2017 - Hawaii
These kumu hula have worked tirelessly for decades to ensure that the kaona, knowledge and traditional practices shared by their mentors are passed on to the next generation. Minerva K. Malakaua Pang has been dancing hula since age 3.
hawaii 
november 2017 by fwhamm
Best Kayaking and Snorkeling Tour on Maui With Hawaiian Paddle Sports - A Maui Blog
Saturday morning, we rushed off to our kayaking and snorkeling outing with Hawaiian Paddle Sports.  Curtis met us by the side of the road.  There were 5 or 6 different providers on both sides of the road, but we found him easily.  Curtis is a young guy who loves his job.
hawaii  maui 
november 2017 by fwhamm
Raising Islands--Hawai'i science and environment: New federal climate report: it just keeps getting worse
A new federal climate report rejects the positions of much of the U.S. government’s executive branch under President Donald Trump, and slaps down climate denial. The New York Times said the U.S.
climate  change  hawaii  science 
november 2017 by fwhamm
Raising Islands--Hawai'i science and environment: Lehua Island restored to the birds; Rats appear to be gone
The `iwa or great frigatebird swept low over a cluster of trucks, stacks of equipment and a Jet Ranger helicopter on the northern end of Ni`ihau.
hawaii 
october 2017 by fwhamm
The 4 best hiking trails for beginners on Oahu | Hawaii Aloha Travel
Even if you are not an avid hiker, I think that most people who come to Hawaii will enjoy trying at least one hike. But what if you have never hiked before? Don’t worry! Out of all of the islands, I think that Oahu is the perfect island to begin hiking on.
hawaii  hiking  wandern 
october 2017 by fwhamm
What you need to know about vog in Hawaii - Go Visit Hawaii
We are sometimes asked about volcanic ash and gases in Hawaii — known as vog. Generally people want to know where the voggy areas are and if vog is an issue that they should be concerned about. In this post we’ll aim to answer those questions and provide you with useful information about vog.
hawaii  travel 
october 2017 by fwhamm
Hiking in Hawaii 101  | Hawaii Aloha Travel
I am an avid hiker. My husband and I have been known to plan our vacations around hikes that we want to do, whether it’s somewhere in Hawaii, on the mainland, or even abroad. There is no greater feeling than reaching the end of a hike with a beautiful lookout point.
hawaii  hiking 
september 2017 by fwhamm
TRAILBLAZER HAWAII: Best Hike in the Universe: Kauai's Alakai Swamp
The most popular hike in Hawaii is the Kalalau Trail, which starts on the north shore and squiggles the Napali (cliffs) for 11 miles before ending at the Kalalau Valley (above).
hawaii  hiking  wandern 
september 2017 by fwhamm
When is the best time to see humpback whales in Hawaii and which islands are the best for watching? - Go Visit Hawaii
The Hawaiian Islands are a national marine sanctuary for humpback whales — a protected environment for these amazing creatures to breed and give birth.
hawaii 
september 2017 by fwhamm
Top 5 Cultural Differences Between Hawaii and the Mainland - Living in Hawaii - Moving to Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Big Island
Some of the cultural differences between Hawaii and the mainland may seem apparent but some of them may come as a shock to you. For example, you have probably already heard that driving styles in Hawaii are much slower and relaxed, it’s pretty different from the mainland.
hawaii 
september 2017 by fwhamm
Kauai horseback riding with Silver Falls Ranch - Go Visit Hawaii
There’s something about Kauai that beckons us to take in the island’s beauty by horseback. We finally had the opportunity to do so with Silver Falls Ranch on our most recent visit to the Garden Isle. Silver Falls Ranch sprawls across 300 lush acres on Kauai’s stunning North Shore.
hawaii  travel 
september 2017 by fwhamm
Why Everyone is So Nice in Hawaii - Living in Hawaii - Moving to Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Big Island
Ever wonder why everyone is so nice in Hawaii? There’s a few good reasons why this happens – and one of them is probably because you’re related to them.
hawaii 
september 2017 by fwhamm
Der Geschmack der Inseln: Tropenfrüchte, Kaffee und Nüsse aus Hawaii
Hawaii . Kaffee, Macadamia-Nüsse, Tropenfrüchte: Auf den Inseln Hawaiis wächst das alles in Hülle und Fülle. Gehandelt wird mit den Erzeugnissen vor allem auf den hiesigen Märkten - ein Genuss für das Auge und den Gaumen.
hawaii 
september 2017 by fwhamm
TRAILBLAZER HAWAII: Cruisin' Oahu's "other North Shore": A scenic drive that won't drive you crazy
If you seek where the action isn't, pick a weekday and head north on Oahu's Windward (eastern) coast. For much of the drive, sandy beaches are right out the windshield and the country road is wide open. At the southern end of the drive (i.e.
hawaii  oahu 
september 2017 by fwhamm
An angry Northstar - Hawaii’s Magnificent Forest Birds
Article by Holly Richards, a public affairs officer with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Pacific Region. Somewhere around six million years ago, a small ancient species of finch found its way to the most remote archipelago in the world.
hawaii 
september 2017 by fwhamm
The History of the Lahaina Banyan Tree – Visit Maui Blog
If you’re strolling down Lahaina’s famous Front Street, you simply can’t miss the banyan tree. Sandwiched between Lahaina Harbor and the Wharf Cinema Center, the banyan tree covers 0.6 acres. The tree is so massive that it’s said over a thousand people could gather beneath its shade.
hawaii  maui 
september 2017 by fwhamm
Everything you need to know to hike the Makapu'u Lighthouse Trail | Hawaii Aloha Travel
I’m so excited to share with you one of my favorite trails here on Oahu today. I hike the Makapu’u Lighthouse Trail as often as I can because these views never get old. At only two miles-round trip, The Makapu’u Lighthouse Trail in Waimanalo is a short but beautiful trail.
hawaii  hiking  oahu  wandern 
september 2017 by fwhamm
On Da Beach: Fighting the fear as Hawaii prepares for nuclear war - Maui Time
It’s a gorgeous afternoon, and I’m at a beach in Kihei. It’s warm and clear; the sun is blazing over a crystal blue ocean. But I’m not there to jump in the water–instead, I’m searching for a cave that will protect me and possibly my loved ones in the event of a nuclear attack.
hawaii  longreads  politics 
september 2017 by fwhamm
Hawaii-Held Duke Kahanamoku: Olympiasieger und König der Surfer - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Er schwamm Weltrekorde, spielte in Hollywood-Filmen und vermittelte der Welt die Faszination des Surfens. Duke Kahanamoku war so etwas wie ein hawaiianischer Superheld - halb Mensch, halb Fisch. "));}h=a.nextUntil(m.eq(g),"p");if(h.length>0){h.remove();h.each(e);a.before(k.html(h));}}l.remove();m.
hawaii 
august 2017 by fwhamm
Where the Wild Things Went: Tracking Hawai‘i’s Most Elusive Non-Native Animals - Honolulu Magazine - August 2017 - Hawaii
From alligators to wallabies, an eclectic mix of alien creatures has been reported roaming the Islands. We set out to sort fact from fiction. Caiman in Nu‘uanu Reservoir. Illustrations: Meen Choi You might have heard about the wallabies of Kalihi Valley.
hawaii  longreads 
august 2017 by fwhamm
TRAILBLAZER HAWAII: Hiking Hawaii: What you need to know
To stay safe, even fit, experienced trekkers need a crash course on trail hiking in the mountains and jungles of Hawaii. First of all, even popular trails are going to have rough patches.
hawaii 
august 2017 by fwhamm
Renting a condo vs hotel for your Hawaii vacation - Go Visit Hawaii
As you are considering accommodation options for your Hawaii vacation, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of your choices. Should you stay in a hotel or would a vacation rental be a better selection? In today’s article, we’ll look at some of the top aspects to consider.
hawaii  travel 
august 2017 by fwhamm
Welcome Home: After Three Years at Sea, the Hōkūle‘a Returns to O‘ahu - Honolulu Magazine - August 2017 - Hawaii
Tens of thousands of people lined the docks at Ala Moana Beach Park on June 17 to celebrate the end of its worldwide voyage.
hawaii  travel 
august 2017 by fwhamm
Hoʻomaluhia Botanical Garden: A free garden for picnics, fishing, camping, and more | Hawaii Aloha Travel
Let’s be honest. Coming to Hawaii is expensive. The flights, hotels, activities, and dinners out all add up.
hawaii 
july 2017 by fwhamm
Raising Islands--Hawai'i science and environment: Landscape-scale conservation can work: Maui's Auwahi is the proof
Auwahi at `Ulupalakua Ranch. Image courtesy Art Medeiros. When Art Medeiros fenced some Maui pasture that had a smattering of native dryland forest plants on it, most folks figured he was engaged in a pipe dream.
hawaii  maui 
july 2017 by fwhamm
TRAILBLAZER HAWAII: This is why Kauai is called the Garden Island
All the Islands have lush pockets, but Kauai—the farthest north and by far the oldest—is entirely a green landscape, with jungled ridges cleaved by streams that open to verdant fields.
hawaii  kauai 
july 2017 by fwhamm
How the American Empire Destroyed the Kingdom of Hawaii | Flashback | OZY
Capt. James Cook arrived in Hawaii, the first known Western explorer to do so, in 1778, and was baffled by the island cluster populated — against all odds — by voyagers who had read the stars to navigate to a few tiny dots of land in the vast sea.
hawaii  history 
july 2017 by fwhamm
'Da Kine,' Hawaii's Fantastically Flexible All-Purpose Noun - Atlas Obscura
After I wrote about “jawn,” the all-purpose noun that’s embedded in the culture of Philadelphia, I started getting emails telling me about a similar, and maybe even wilder, term native to a small group of isolated islands nearly 5,000 miles away.
hawaii  science 
july 2017 by fwhamm
In Hawaii, Chickens Gone Wild - The New York Times
On the island of Kauai, chickens have not just crossed the road. They are also crowing in parking lots, hanging out at beaches and flocking in forests.
hawaii  kauai  science 
july 2017 by fwhamm
11 Reasons You Need To Visit Kauai In Your Lifetime | HuffPost
If you follow any travel blogs or Instagram accounts, we can almost guarantee they’ve featured the Hawaiian island of Kauai a time or two. And we can’t blame them: Kauai is the ultimate destination in Hawaii.
hawaii  kauai  travel 
july 2017 by fwhamm
Checklist of What to Pack for Your Hawaii Vacation - Go Visit Hawaii
After many visits to all the islands of Hawaii, I’ve become a bit of a pro for packing for Hawaii vacations. In this article, I wanted to share my best tips for what to pack for your Hawaii vacation. It’s important that you make sure you know what not to pack for Hawaii.
hawaii  travel 
july 2017 by fwhamm
36 Hours in Kauai, Hawaii - The New York Times
These days, Kauai sits firmly on the tourist radar, an indisputable rival of its famous neighbors, Oahu and Maui. But upon first glance at its unspoiled natural splendor, you’d never know it.
hawaii  kauai 
july 2017 by fwhamm
Top 20 Places for Local Food on Maui | Cheap Local Eats
Welcome to our list of the Top 30 Places for Local Food on Maui! Whether you are a local and already have your favorite local food spots in Hawaii, or a visitor that’s craving their first plate lunch ever, you will definitely enjoy reading about the best places to go for local food on Maui.
hawaii  maui 
july 2017 by fwhamm
Meet Tulsi Gabbard, Future President of the United States
In a country void of genuine leadership, the halls of congress overflowing with corporate puppets, one would not expect to find someone of integrity in elected office, let alone on the national stage.
hawaii  longreads  politics 
july 2017 by fwhamm
Why Jeff Sessions Was Wrong About Hawaii - The Atlantic
Earlier this week, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions disparaged a Hawaii federal judge who blocked President Trump’s latest travel ban. Jeff Sessions on Wednesday derided the U.S. district judge who blocked President Donald Trump’s latest travel ban.
hawaii  politics 
july 2017 by fwhamm
Zittern im Vulkan — Reisedepeschen
Wenn ich schlappmache, müssen sie mich mit dem Hubschrauber hier rausholen. Rettung aus der Luft. Zahlt das die HanseMerkur? Ich grinse in mich hinein – Galgenhumor! – und verdränge den Gedanken, ohne ihn mit den anderen zu teilen.
hawaii  hiking  maui 
july 2017 by fwhamm
The Refrain » FLUX Hawaii
When I was young, I made maps. For a while, we lived in a house in Virginia with woods behind it: three small forests, connected by a long stream, interrupted by a marsh with winter goose nests.
hawaii  longreads 
july 2017 by fwhamm
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