Archive of: Features, Oahu



Chico-Banana Butter Recipe May-Aug 2012

Chico-Banana Butter Recipe

Described as tasting like a pear flavored with brown sugar, chico or sapodilla is a native fruit of Mexico that is enjoyed fresh and in desserts. Try this delectable recipe on toast, pancakes and more!

In the Presence of Sharks May-Aug 2012

In the Presence of Sharks

Why do I tell my students to worry about sharks? Because, on average, 100,000 to 200,000 sharks are killed each day. In the time it takes you to read this article, 1100 sharks will be slaughtered—and that’s only if you read it quickly.

Hawaii’s Greatest Monarch May-Aug 2012

Hawaii’s Greatest Monarch

Kamehameha the Great

Hawaii's Ancient Ones September 2011

Hawaii's Ancient Ones

Green sea turtles, known in Hawaii as honu, are one of the few species on the planet so ancient that they swam alongside dinosaurs during the Jurassic period.

Find it All on Oahu September 2011

Find it All on Oahu

In the dark of the night, the city lights of Honolulu reveal an island as alive with nightlife as it is with wildlife