Category Archives: Hawaiian History

Aloha Shirts

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As residents and visitors throughout the U.S. bear high temperatures, they apply creative and conventional ways to beat the heat. Staying hydrated, carrying handkerchiefs or tissues, applying sun block and participating in water sports and limiting time spent in the sun are a few methods to keep cool. Apparel is…

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Polynesian Cultural Center Is Great for Furlough Fridays

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Educational Exhibits and Hands-On Activities That Kids Love The Polynesian Cultural Center (55-370 Kamehameha Highway, Laie; 808-293-3333) encompasses more than 40 acres on Oahu’s beautiful north shore. Truly one of Oahu’s premier attractions, this superbly managed attraction provides valuable lessons while also being very exciting. From weaving to carving to…

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