June 22, 2016 Homeless encampments growing in Hawaii Kai “It went from like 3 people to 40 people” The [Hawaii Kai Marina Community Association]’s tactic of clearing [land on the marina behind the dog park] worked, as the population dispersed, but only temporarily.  Now, just feet away is a complex […]

Living here in Hawaii, aren’t you envious to find that onions keep for months on end in a Midwest cellar?  Here’s are three ideas on how you can preserve your round onions in our humid paradise without waste.   1.  Simply wrap each one in newspaper and store it in your refrigerator.  It’s […]

June 16, 2016 Senator Laura Thielen targeted by Hawaii GOP for alleged registration irregularities.  GOP wants her name removed from upcoming ballot. [Civil Beat] June 16, 2016 Monk seal born on Ka Iwi Coast [Hawaii News Now] June 14, 2016 Two firefighters injured off Diamond Head during training exercise [Star-Advertiser] […]

I just finished shopping at Costco and was pleased to see this display: On the mainland, it was common practice to order food from the food court while checking out at the register.  Looks like the practice — at least for whole pizza — has finally reached Hawaii Kai. Notably, […]

Warehouse clubs offer great bargains, but only if you can take advantage of the quantity.  This article highlights the preservation of peeled garlic. You’ve seen the bag of garlic at Costco and Sam’s Club.  It’s fresh, it’s peeled, and it comes in a whopping three pound bag.  Most of us […]

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Hawaii Kai Auntie

News from Hawaii Kai and East Oahu. My ❤ passions include kids, education, #rstats, technology and our environment. Casual strategy game player and DIY er.