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Street Wise: modern culture comes downtown

It would be cliché to advise all of those “to never look back,” who are facing seasonal anxiety over the recession of summer, and fall forward of another approaching school year. But as a new semester nears, and students try to fence their priorities into the conventional models of responsible, young adults, it would be equally notable to keep in mind, you’re in college after all, right? [More]


Hawai‘i Theater, on Bethel Street, has becme a hub for modern culture downtown.

Photo by Maggie Lin

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Air Force Week in Sept.


Two of the world’s most renowned aviation teams will be coming to Hawai’i in 2007. [More]


U.S. Navy Blue Angels flying over Germany in 2006. The Blue Angels are coming to Kaneohe in October.

Courtesy www.militaryaircraft.de

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EARTH TALK:
Did Bush administration censor climate scientists?

Word of the White House censoring federal climate scientists on global warming began leaking out to the press early in George W. Bush’s first term in office, but only in the last few years have a few federal employees themselves been willing to go on record with such accusations. [More]


Industrial pollution clouds world skies as Bush administration officials try to muzzle even its own scientists, censoring all research that sounds global warming alarms.

Getty Images photo courtesy Earth Talk

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Record shrimp harvest at HPU Oceanic Institute

Researchers at the Oceanic Institute, an affiliate of Hawai‘i Pacific University, expect to harvest a record amount of shrimp this week from their biosecure round pond at Makapu‘u Point. [More]

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Outdoor Living - Hiking on O'ahu
Want to change your ordinary weekend activities? What about a hike? Here are four amazing ones that will get you started.

Makapu‘u Lighthouse is a popular hike appropriate for all ages and conditions. The path from the parking area on Kalani‘anaole Highway up to the scenic point is paved and often busy with parents and children in strollers, retirees, visitors, teenagers, enormous extended island families, joggers, even people walking the dogs. The variety is as colorful as bag of M&Ms. [More]


Map of O'ahu

Courtesy: www.makanikai.com

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