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uhhhmmm… Dr. Banner, are you OK?

Satellite Catches Storms Producing Gamma Rays On August 3, 2014, showers and thunderstorms grew from an area of low pressure several hundred miles southwest of Manzanillo, Mexico. That tropical depression eventually strengthened into Hurricane Julio and passed north of Hawaii. … Continue reading

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homecoming

Warm welcome: Hokule‘a comes home Three years. More than 46,000 miles. Nineteen countries. One last mile. Thousands of spectators gathered at Magic Island on Saturday to cheer the Hokule‘a and its safe return to Hawaiian waters, after the traditional sailing … Continue reading

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just have a race to decide

Let’s Settle This in Court: What, Exactly, Is Stand-Up Paddleboarding? The age-old questions. Is light a particle or a wave? Is Certs a breath mint or a candy mint? Is bridge a sport or a game? And now add this … Continue reading

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A pearl in Pearl Harbor

State expanding project using of oysters to clean Pearl Harbor Aiming to replicate the water quality impact of oysters on places such as Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay, the state Division of Aquatic Resources on Tuesday announced the expansion of its own … Continue reading

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Oh no, Ono’s?!

Longtime Hawaiian eatery to close after more than 50 years A longtime restaurant in Honolulu featuring authentic Hawaiian cuisine is preparing to close its doors after serving customers for more than 50 years. Ono Hawaiian Foods will serve its final … Continue reading

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Free range, maybe organic…

Wild Chickens Are Flocking To Whole Foods In Kailua In the past two years, regular customers at the upscale Whole Foods grocery store in Kailua have been noticing an odd phenomenon — more and more feral chickens are roosting in … Continue reading

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No Dave

Shoji enjoying retirement after 42 years as Wahine coach After 42 years in a job he never expected to turn into a career, Shoji is getting used to a new title: former Hawaii women’s volleyball coach. He officially retired on … Continue reading

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