The Hukilau
June 8-12

The Hukilau | June 8-12 in Fort Lauderdale, FL…The Tiki Event Not To Be Missed Celebrating the 15th year of The Hukilau and the 60th Anniversary of The Mai-Kai!

The Hukilau
June 8-12

The Hukilau | June 8-12 in Fort Lauderdale, FL…The Tiki Event Not To Be Missed Celebrating the 15th year of The Hukilau and the 60th Anniversary of The Mai-Kai!

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Santa Monica Civic Auditorium

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Silicon Valley father of four Damon McMillan has just put the finishing touches to his Seacharger boat and plans to set it off on a solo trip from the Californian coast down to Hawaii on May 30. The craft is designed to cut through the waves using only a motor powered by solar panels.

Source: Solar-powered boat ready to make 2,000 mile ocean voyage on its own


 

Women’s & Longboard Champs Crowned At the Australian Indigenous Titles


 

Grass in the park at the center of San Francisco gentrification debate is now for rent

Source: Grass in the park at the center of San Francisco gentrification debate is now for rent


 

Sinkhole discovery suggests humans were in Florida 14,500 years ago

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Source: We have Pat Boone to thank for the most psychotic and deranged rockabilly record of all time! | Dangerous Minds


 

Hackney Brewery and food waste charity Feedback link up to launch quality pale ale that’s made from surplus loaves of bread

Source: Raise a Toast and help tackle the problem of food waste


 

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Brant from Climate Truth writes, “A fishing boat captain, a restaurateur, and a Cuban refugee being displaced by rising seas in South Florida are setting off for New Hampshire next week to ha…

Source: Watch: Florida climate survivors travel to New Hampshire to confront Marco Rubio / Boing Boing


 

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Tiki cocktails are making a comeback, but where and when did the trend take root? We take a brief look at the history of tiki cocktails and bars in the U.S.

Source: Tiki Cocktails: Then and Now – KegWorks Blog

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The gigantic sand dunes in Cronulla, Sydney – close to the so-called birthplace of modern Australia – date back to mesolithic times. But over the past century they have been steadily encroached upon by human activity

Source: Cronulla sand dunes: the 15,000-year-old landscape that greed destroyed – in pictures | Australia news | The Guardian


 

As sea levels rise and streets begin to flood, South Florida confronts a bleak future.

Source: Miami is Flooding – The New Yorker


 

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