For Whom Are The Stars
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A New Statue Suddenly Appeared on Easter Island. That Doesn't Make Sense.
Just when experts thought they knew every moai on Rapa Nui, otherwise known as Easter Island, a dried-up lakebed kept them on their toes. These statues—largely made of a stone formed from volcanic ash and dust called—pepper the island, with more than 1,000 already found and logged. Finding a new one …
The endangered Hawaiian language has an unlikely ally — Disney's Aulani Resort
February marks Hawaiian Language Month, Mahina Olelo Hawaii, established to celebrate and encourage the use of the Hawaiian language — once on the brink of extinction. There’s an unexpected ally quietly working on the cause: the Walt Disney Company, at its Aulani Resort on Oahu. “In one generation, …
Native Hawaiians flock to Las Vegas for affordable living
KAPOLEI, Hawaii (AP) — Kona Purdy never wanted to live anywhere but Hawaii. As a Native Hawaiian, he wanted his children to grow up like he did: rooted in their culture, and nourished by the mountains and ocean. But raising a family in Hawaii meant squeezing nine people into a four-bedroom house — …
US Coast Guard tracking suspected Russian spy ship off coast of Hawaii in international waters
The US Coast Guard says it is tracking a suspected Russian spy ship off the coast of Hawaii in international waters as heightened tensions between Washington and Moscow remain over Russian's war in Ukraine.