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Kamehameha Kapalama's Grugier-Hill picked by Patriots, Fairbairn to Texans

The 6th round of the National Football League draft saw the Interscholastic League of Honolulu’s third former football standout come off of the board with 2012 Kamehameha-Kapalama graduate Kamu Grugier-Hill being selected by the Patriots. 83 more words


Kamehameha grad Camanse-Stevens receives "magical" scholarship

This week, University of Hawai’i football senior wide receiver Makoa Camanse-Stevens hauled in the biggest prize of his life.

Rainbow Warrior head coach Nick Rolovich awarded a scholarship to the former walk-on from Kamehameha-Kapalama, allowing Camanse-Stevens the opportunity to finish out his college career without having to worry about the burdens of tuition, books, housing, or food. 224 more words

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Monarch's Imperial Stout by Avila Ales

Rating: 5/5

Monarch’s Imperial Stout by Avila Ales is a ~9% ABV Imperial Stout brewed with Hawaiian Coffee.


Brewed at my place, Nubis Sanctum, my friend Richard Avila of Avila Ales. 464 more words

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Kamehameha's Alo prepares for U.S. Olympic wrestling trials

The prideful hashtag of #808Represent has been imprinted on the wrestling mat in the college ranks this month as Pearl City graduate Blake Cooper of Warner Pacific claimed an NAIA National Wrestling Championship just weeks prior to Mid-Pacific Institute alum David Terao reaching NCAA Division I All-American status as a senior at American University. 345 more words

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The origin of...Pineapple

“When life gives you lemons, sell them and buy a pineapple. How to better your life 101.” Davin Turney

The pineapple (Ananas comosus) is a tropical plant with edible fruits consisting of coalesced berries. 454 more words

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I, Kamehameha I

As you travel around Hawaii there is one name that you are likely to encounter more frequently than any other: Kamehameha. Schools, roads, buildings, parks… you name it, they’re named after Kamehameha. 787 more words


Hawaiian Celebration - part 3

These royal ladies, representing two generations and two family branches, were among the very last of the Kamahameha line, the heirs apparent. Each bore the unmistakable presence, manner, movement and stature of her highborn ancestors. 345 more words