News Bites

News Bites

Annual Book Sale Benefits Hawai`i Libraries

ShareThis

If you’re a book-lover in Hawaii, pickings can be slim. With the closing of Borders last year and a lack of used bookstores, searching for a good read is becoming more of a challenge.

But an upcoming event by Friends of the Library Hawaii will cheer up your inner bookworm.

Outstanding in the Field Returns to Oahu

ShareThis

“Farm to Table” dining takes on a new meaning when your table is literally on the farm. That’s the idea behind an upcoming event organized by a group called “Outstanding in the Field.” Based in California, the company travels to farms across the country, and they’re coming to Oahu on January 27th

Scientists Make Progress Breeding Yellow Tang

ShareThis

A group of researchers at the Oceanic Institute has taken giant strides in breeding the popular aquarium fish, yellow tang.

National Weather Service Release Enhanced Surf Messages

ShareThis

Big waves continue to batter the Hawaii coastline, creating hazardous conditions for beachgoers. Dangerous surf can put inexperienced swimmers at risk of injury or even death. The National Weather Service is taking new steps to make sure people realize just how dangerous high surf can be.

Breaking Bread with Breadshop's Chris Sy

ShareThis

In the land where every plate lunch comes with two scoops of rice, a local baker is going against the grain.

Chris Sy is the man behind Breadshop, a new pop up bakery that sells French country-style loaves. Sy has spent his career working at some of the country’s most renowned restaurants, including The French Laundry and Alinea.

Syndicate content