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Posts in June 2015

Get Out Your Grass Skirt and Head for Noreetuh’s Hawaiian Table

  June 29, 2015  //  Noreetuh

Aloha! The Hawaiian language is truly beautiful. Seastreak Trivia time: Hawaiian is a Polynesian language. That means, it’s in the same family of languages as Samoan, Tongan, and the legendary Maori. It includes sounds such as glottal stops, which sound strange, but you probably use one every day. Use the phrase “uh-oh”, and you’ve got…

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Don’t Waste a Second before Eating at Jason Atherton’s Clocktower

  June 12, 2015  //  Clocktower

For simple, utilitarian devices, clocks have a very distinctive cachet. They represent the mystery and inexorableness of linear time, they make us dream about turning back the hands to relive moments of our lives, and frankly, they’re just plain neat. We take pride in our timepieces, and some of them are notorious marks of status.…

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