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Libyan Artist Reacts to Gaddafi Death; Kioea Named Official Bird on Molokai; Merwin Healthy, Headed Home
A Maui artist is looking forward to seeing his family in Libya for the first time since 1979. Bejo Ali Elburki fled Libya as a teenager. Ron Youngblood has that story and more from The Maui News.
Kaunakakai is adopting the bristle-thighed curlew as its official bird. The kioea---a rare shoreline bird with a curved bill---can often be seen and heard around Kaunakakai. For The Maui News, Ron Youngblood reports.
Former U.S. poet laureate W. S. Merwin was expected to be back home on Maui today. The 83-year-old writer and conservationist has finished a three-week mainland tour that included a visit to a hospital, prompting unwarranted concerns about his health.