Hulali Kamaka’anuenue Moheafetia Patacsil on Friday was supposed to perform at Kealakehe Intermideate School as May Day Queen.
Goodness, it is proving to be a “wonderfully wicked” year for coleus. In this case wicked is great and promises to add incredible color and texture to your garden. Wicked actually refers to two new colors or varieties in the ColorBlaze series of coleus. If you are like me you probably thought we had all of the coleus we could ever want 10 years ago. This is simply not the case.
Images and data from Martian cliffs show the first evidence of rivers that existed on the Red Planet 3.7 billion years ago, according to researchers.
New data from space is providing the most precise picture yet of Antarctica’s ice, where it is accumulating most quickly and disappearing at the fastest rate, and how the changes could contribute to rising sea levels.
Nothing beats a one-skillet meal for ease of preparation on special occasions. This cheesy spinach pie can be made ahead of time and served at room temperature, and it’s also terrific on a buffet table right out of the oven. Make sure the phyllo dough is properly thawed so it unrolls without tearing.
It has been posited that April showers bring May flowers. Here in the tropics, however, we often experience flowers year-round. Spring does herald a new burst of life in our gardens, even in Hawaii, as the days get longer and warmer. Coupled with the abundance of rain we’ve had in the last few months, May could produce a bounteous floral display.
Next Sunday is Mothers Day, and if you forget any of those favorite women in your life, you are in real trouble! Trying to wrack your brains for just the right last minute gift can be frustrating. Don’t panic. Relax and be creative at the same time. This year may be particularly limited as far as shopping goes due to the Covid 19 lockdown, but it can certainly give folks time for thought.