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Rearview Mirror: Poking around the 1980s archives

COURTESY BOB SIGALL
                                The Villa at Eaton Square opened in 1970.
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The Villa at Eaton Square opened in 1970.

COURTESY BOB SIGALL
                                The Villa at Eaton Square opened in 1970 and had talking trash cans that thanked passersby for using them.
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COURTESY BOB SIGALL

The Villa at Eaton Square opened in 1970 and had talking trash cans that thanked passersby for using them.

COURTESY BOB SIGALL
                                Who first put the Spam in the musubi? It may have been Mitsuko Kaneshiro, says Ann Kondo Corum, author of “Hawaii’s Spam Cookbook.” Alvin and Jeff Okami created the first acrylic Spam Musubi Maker in 1987. It was a game-changer that elevated the snack to new heights.
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COURTESY BOB SIGALL

Who first put the Spam in the musubi? It may have been Mitsuko Kaneshiro, says Ann Kondo Corum, author of “Hawaii’s Spam Cookbook.” Alvin and Jeff Okami created the first acrylic Spam Musubi Maker in 1987. It was a game-changer that elevated the snack to new heights.

COURTESY BOB SIGALL
                                The Villa at Eaton Square opened in 1970.
COURTESY BOB SIGALL
                                The Villa at Eaton Square opened in 1970 and had talking trash cans that thanked passersby for using them.
COURTESY BOB SIGALL
                                Who first put the Spam in the musubi? It may have been Mitsuko Kaneshiro, says Ann Kondo Corum, author of “Hawaii’s Spam Cookbook.” Alvin and Jeff Okami created the first acrylic Spam Musubi Maker in 1987. It was a game-changer that elevated the snack to new heights.