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  • n. Alternative spelling of Hawaiian.


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  • They graduated with business degrees and decided to open a gem of a Hawai'ian eatery.

    Gil Asakawa: Noodling on a Theme: A Colorado Ramen Roundup

  • But it's worth a drive to Windsor, just south of Greeley, to dine at Okole Maluna, a wonderful authentic Hawai'ian restaurant run by Andy and Juliet Higa, who met at Colorado State University even though they're both from Hawai'i.

    Gil Asakawa: Noodling on a Theme: A Colorado Ramen Roundup

  • Everything we've had on the menu's terrific, but the Saimin, a Hawai'ian variant of ramen sai mein translates to "thin noodles", is a must-order, even if you get it as an extra entree and treat it like a side of soup.

    Gil Asakawa: Noodling on a Theme: A Colorado Ramen Roundup

  • Everything else I do is Celtic with a few local nature spirits thrown in and then I have this Hawai'ian volcano goddess who took a liking to me when I was in Hawai'i.

    Pilgrim's Progress, or Lack Thereof

  • Notably absent from Mike's post is any acknowledgement that the Kamehameha policy is intended as a remedy for the past harms inflicted by the national government on Native Hawai'ian peoples -- or that that same objective also underlies several current federal statutory preferences for Native Hawai'ians.


  • They repeated the uncontested fact that native Hawai'ian student fare poorly in present schools.


  • I'm always looking for Hawai'ian guitar tab, and this one has a lot of fun slanted slides.

    Let's play our wedding march

  • The Tiki Room features many wisecracking, singing birds, flowers and totem poles, who perform classical music, the Hawai'ian War Chant, and Let's All Sing Like the Birdies sing, while making toxic, grampa-grade jokes.

    Boing Boing

  • In an already struggling Hawai'ian economy the vog is aggravating the hard times that local farmers are experiencing.

    Disaster in the Aloha State

  • W/ no export of Hawai'ian grown goods, and fewer tourist dollars things are not exactly looking good for the Aloha State.

    Disaster in the Aloha State


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