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Thanksgiving in Hawaii: a look back

In Hawaiian, it’s known as La Ho‘omaika‘i (hawaiian-language.com). Many of us know it better as Thanksgiving Day. As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving on Nov. 25, we should look back and see how Native Hawaiians celebrated this holiday. The first Thanksgiving in Hawai‘i was celebrated in 1838, not in November but on Dec. 6, 1 according to Research Institute for Hawai‘i.USA.

Out of Focus: Gobble, gobble

I bought a pineapple today, and the only reason was its shape. Sure, I like a good pineapple every now and again, but this pineapple is unique. It’s fairly lopsided, not the nice oval shape you’ve come to expect from Mr. Dole. In fact, when I got my newest decoration home today, I had to prop it up against a box of Tuna Helper. The green sprout out the top is actually at about a 45 degree angle to the pineapple, leaving the viewer with the slight sense of disorientation you’d normally associate with Salvador Dali, or a long night with man’s best friend, José. How this one got through quality control, I’m not sure, but I’m glad it did.

   

Alum shares Hollywood insights

One of their own returned Oct. 22 to tell members of the Press Club at HPU some of Hollywood’s secrets to getting a script made into a film.

 

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