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Signs of Hawaiian Life – Dec. 18, 2022

While visiting Austria 
in August, Bernadeen Kaleikau Valdez spotted 
Wiki Wiki Poke in Vienna. Photo by Sherryl Oliva Groves.
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While visiting Austria in August, Bernadeen Kaleikau Valdez spotted Wiki Wiki Poke in Vienna. Photo by Sherryl Oliva Groves.

While visiting family, twin brothers Drew and Craig Emerson discovered some aloha when they grabbed lunch at the recently opened L & L Hawaiian Barbecue restaurant in Savannah, Ga., in November. Photo by Shawn Emerson.
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While visiting family, twin brothers Drew and Craig Emerson discovered some aloha when they grabbed lunch at the recently opened L & L Hawaiian Barbecue restaurant in Savannah, Ga., in November. Photo by Shawn Emerson.

Honolulu residents Mike Sitch and Louise Ing spotted the Pakalolo Supply Co. cannabis store in Anchorage, Alaska, in August. Photo by Atwood Chen.
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Honolulu residents Mike Sitch and Louise Ing spotted the Pakalolo Supply Co. cannabis store in Anchorage, Alaska, in August. Photo by Atwood Chen.

Bruce Wade and his daughter Melia Wade of Honolulu stopped for a photo in front of Poké Papa in Washington, D.C., in July. Photo by Liane Sunn.
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Bruce Wade and his daughter Melia Wade of Honolulu stopped for a photo in front of Poké Papa in Washington, D.C., in July. Photo by Liane Sunn.

While visiting Austria 
in August, Bernadeen Kaleikau Valdez spotted 
Wiki Wiki Poke in Vienna. Photo by Sherryl Oliva Groves.
While visiting family, twin brothers Drew and Craig Emerson discovered some aloha when they grabbed lunch at the recently opened L & L Hawaiian Barbecue restaurant in Savannah, Ga., in November. Photo by Shawn Emerson.
Honolulu residents Mike Sitch and Louise Ing spotted the Pakalolo Supply Co. cannabis store in Anchorage, Alaska, in August. Photo by Atwood Chen.
Bruce Wade and his daughter Melia Wade of Honolulu stopped for a photo in front of Poké Papa in Washington, D.C., in July. Photo by Liane Sunn.