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Joanne Corpuz, editor

 
 

Jack Johnson gets green award

With a guest like Jack Johnson, the “Whose Keeping Hawai‘i Green” second annual award ceremony certainly made those who could not attend “green” with envy. The ceremony was held earlier this fall in the lush Moanalua Gardens to acknowledge companies and individuals for their dedication to protecting, preserving, and improving our environment.
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Jack Johnson

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A sip of history, a soupcon of flavor: As many ways to drink coffee as there are to prepare it

From the old tin pots that our grandparents used —the ones into which, after the coffee boiled for five minutes, you threw a little cold water to settle the grounds —to today’s vanilla soy lattes and double espressos, the idea of coffee, and the habitual ways we drink it, have changed enormously.
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Latte art takes years of practice.

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