The Mainlander’s Guide to the Tsunami – Howzit Howard
This is a great summary of things to know about a tsunami and common misconceptions. And another reminder about the difference between "Hawaiians" and "Hawaii Residents" thrown in for good measure.
NOT YOUR MAMA’S POPSICLES :: InsideOut Hawaii
OnoPops have become a popular local treat – popsicles made with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients in interesting combinations like a Butter Mochi OnoPop, Pineapple Li Hing Mui or Ume Thai Basil. Yum!
Count of Maui – Tsunami March 11, 2011
The Count of Maui's Facebook page has pictures of the aftermath from the tsunami, including the rescue of a 50 lb. green sea turtle by firefighters!
Honolulu Civil Beat – LIVE BLOG: Hawaii Tsunami – Post
A local website kept a live blog updated throughout the tsunami, including photos and video.
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Homes, emotions devastated – Hawaii News – Staradvertiser.com
Damage from the tsunami was minimal around much of the state, but some areas, like Kealakekua Bay on the Big Island, were hit worse than others. One home was completely swept into the bay.
Tsunami Aftermath Photos – u local News Story – KITV Honolulu
Pictures and videos were uploaded by Hawaii residents after the tsunami hit Hawaii in the early morning of March 11.
DRAFT Tsunami Evacuation Zone Maps , Official Web Site for The City and County of Honolulu
Official tsunami evacation zone maps as well as tips on what to do in the event of a tsunami.
Raw Video: Earthquake Triggers Tsunami In Japan – Video – KITV Honolulu
The initial videos showing the tsunami devastating Japan shook Hawaii residents. Many here have relatives and friends in Japan, and the tsunami triggered a warning for Hawaii as well.
Kilauea Volcano Activity Subsides – Honolulu News Story – KITV Honolulu
The latest eruption from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano is decreasing in activity and has taken a breather from spewing out lava.
Hawaii Artist, Historian Herb Kane Dies
Herb Kane was one of Hawaii's true living treasures – he was an artist, an historian, the first captian of the voyaging canoe Hokulea, and an advocate for Hawaiian language, culture, and history. He will be missed by the people of Hawaii.