Every time I drive by the new 7000 Hawaii Kai Drive building at the corner of Keahole Street and Hawaii Kai Drive, I’m struck by how large it appears. Today, my curiosity got the better of me. I looked up the largest residential complexes in Hawaii Kai to find out […]
July 28, 2016 A bakery worker at Hawaii Kai Costco is confirmed to have Hepatitis A. Costco members who purchased baked goods prepared or packaged in the bakery between June 16-20 are being contacted by the store. “If you don’t receive a phone call or letter, you are not affected.” […]
Now that it has been confirmed that a bakery worker at Hawaii Kai Costco has Hepatitis A, you may be wondering what to do. KHON reports that [Costco] “members who purchased baked goods prepared or packaged in the bakery between June 16-20 are being contacted by Costco.” KHON goes on […]
BREAKING: [Hawaii News Now] . . . The Department of Health confirmed that Costco customers are being contacted, and urged to monitor for symptoms. Costco is using receipts to determine who might be at risk. Symptoms of Hepatitis A infection include fever, fatigue, loss of appetite, abdominal discomfort, dark urine, […]
The product tagline really should read: Sunreaders: Sun protection with reading glasses I probably shouldn’t have taken that “shortcut” through the mystery product aisles at Costco. You know those aisles, the ones that change regularly and where seasonal products are kept. I stopped to look at reading glasses; we […]
This is the second time this year I’ve mentioned to a friend that Oceanic Cable / Time Warner has a service desk at Koko Marina Center. I thought perhaps it also merited a mention here on the blog. The desk will accept payments, exchange set boxes and set up service […]
Just posted at DOE Hawaii: Military Recruiting Opt-Out Notice [pdf] “The Federal Every Student Succeeds Act, (ESSA) requires the Department of Education (DOE) to provide to military recruiters, upon their request, the name, address, and telephone number of secondary school students. Although military recruiters focus their efforts on high school […]
I’ve seen it time and time again: friends cutting six-pack soda rings so that no marine animal will be harmed. Only thing is: we burn our Oahu trash, so none of it ends up in landfills. If you think about it, it’s probably the best solution for our island state. […]
Mint A fragrant plant used in many different cultural dishes. It can be crushed and used in drinks or to add zest to a salad. Mint propagates by root and spreads rapidly. It is a water-loving plant, but tolerates an occasional skipping. Keep in partial shade to full sun.
Watermelon Radish Beautiful multicolor radish for salad garnish. Germinates in 5-7 days, ready in 60 days. Plant in full sun approximately 1 inch apart. Water daily.