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Here we go again. Television's fetishization of hunting in Hawaii–begun with great controversy two years ago with the History Channel's reality show American Jungle–is now continuing with a new Discovery Channel show titled Pacific Warriors. "For centuries, generations of Hawaiians have caught these monster fish from small, hand-made canoes, using nothing more than a fishing … [Read more...] about Discovery Channel launches new Hawaii-based reality show called ‘Pacific Warriors’
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By all the news accounts I’ve read, Margaret C. Cruse loved being in the water. Originally from California but a Maui resident for the last dozen years, Cruse, 65, was snorkeling off Ahini Kinau Bay in South Maui on the morning of Apr. 29 when a shark bit her. According to a Reuters story published the next day, her brother said Cruse sustained wounds on her torso, face and … [Read more...] about Sharks love Maui, but scientists aren’t ready to explain why more fatal shark attacks on maui Hawaii
Let’s call 2013 the Year of Ends. Ex-National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden, who is now in exile in Russia after fleeing Hawaii with millions of secret documents, ended any feeling we had that the Obama Administration cared more about civil liberties than his predecessors. South African President Nelson Mandela’s death brought an end to a time when people … [Read more...] about 2013 MauiTime Year In Review