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The Greening of Lihue

Don’t you sometimes feel sorry for politicians?

I know they’re not our favorite servants, public or otherwise. I’ve known bedmakers who would serve their office better. 488 more words

New Hawaii

you must have a dream

key west is the southern most point in the United States.

if you’ve never been there, I highly recommend it! be sure to go during the last week of October, when Fantasy Fest is happening… you’ll really get an eye full ;) of course, if you go then, you’ll want to book your lodgings a couple months in advance. 327 more words

Oscillate Wildly - Strop wrests the reins from Birthday Boy for a taste of the best ever

We visited Oscillate Wildly on Melbourne Cup Tuesday, in the midst of the Festival of Andy’s Birthday. Given the usual shenanigans that mark Cup Day at his workplace, I’d made a special request for him to stay sober, at least until we got to the restaurant. 1,116 more words

Off The Map


Sugarcane was first used by man in Polynesia from where it spread to India. In 510 BC the Emperor Darius of what was then Persia invaded India where he found “the reed which gives honey without bees”. 568 more words

Science Of India

Historic Photo of the Day: Sugar cane train, 1938

This photo was taken near Ponce in 1938.

The sugar cane centrales owned the entire railroad system of Puerto Rico, which encircled the island’s coastline. 12 more words