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PSA: Be Wary of Online Reviews

So, I was reading an article in The New York Times about online reviews. The title was “The Best Book Reviews Money Can Buy.” It was about how reviews on Amazon.com and others are often faked reviews that authors and publishers actually pay for. Whole companies...

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Kilauea Volcano – Will I get to see lava flowing?

Kilauea Volcano Eruption - Until 2018 I would have said probably yes. Now, maybe yes and maybe no. It's started erupting in Kilauea Crater at Halema‘uma‘u at the end of September 2021, but who knows how long that will last. The truth is, I don’t know if you will...

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Kalua Pig in a Crockpot? You betcha!

Ok, so if you've been to a Lu‘au, you have most likely tried Kalua pork. In a traditional setting it takes days to prepare and requires a fire, lava rocks, banana stalks, chicken wire and a lot of other stuff you might not find in your local Whole Foods. Normally...

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Invasive Species, a Visitor Hawaii Doesn’t Want

After the past two centuries of visitors bringing new plants and animals to this island paradise, we have had some hard lessons in how invasive species can affect a myriad of natural systems.  State and county officials, numerous environmental agencies, non-profit...

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Loco Moco, a Hawaii Culinary Masterpiece

The Lodge at Kokee makes a truly classic looking moco. If you've visited Hawaii, and eaten at virtually any restaurant, you most likely will have seen an item called the Loco Moco. Consisting of four items (that you would virtually never think would go together)...

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ANDY’S WORLD FAMOUS MAI TAI

Read about Hawaii while you drink like you're in Hawaii. We have guide books and apps for Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island. Find out where to get the best mai tais (besides your own), which hikes are must-dos and so so much more. Go to any one of your friends...

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