Articles for tag: Crystal Meth, Don Ho, Methamphetamine

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Hawaii and Crystal Meth

Don Ho died recently in Honolulu, his death devastating everyone in Hawaii who loved and appreciated him. But no one mourned him harder than his daughter, Dayna Ho Henry, who had cared for Don Ho in his last days. Within a week, she had also died. As hard as that was for the family, the ...

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Don Ho, Dead at Age 74

Don Ho, the legendary Hawaiian singer who has been a popular attraction for over forty-years on the island of Waikiki, is dead at the age of 74. Don will probably be remembered best by us “Mainlanders” for his song “Tiny bubbles,” and his 1970’s, television show broadcast from Hawaii. Don was born in the little ...

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Hawaii: Fun Facts and Trivia

When many people first read about the state of Hawaii, they conclude the most unusual fact about it is that it consists of eight main islands: Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe and the Big Island of Hawaii. Or they recall the Japanese invasion at Pearl Harbor. However, there are many other interesting facts ...

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Carlos Santana’s Sparkling Wine

What do Carlos Santana and Don Ho have in common? Tiny bubbles. And that’s probably about it. Why the Grammy Award-winning, Jalisco-born ax virtuoso needs his own sparkling wine label is another question, but one of the misconceptions about sparkling wines is that they should be associated with some special occasion. In fact, they’re their ...

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How to Craft a Hit Song

Ever dreamt of making a hit song? Think you have what it takes to become an overnight sensation but want to skip the American Idol hoop? If you’re a songster practicing in a garage, for instance, fame and fortune may be closer than you think. You’ve written some songs and maybe performed in local venues, ...

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The 4 Causes of Racism

Racism is one of the most revolting things within the vicinity of humanity. It haunts our past, many times degrading the future. The causes of racism aren’t known to the majority of humans living on earth, however, a good fraction of them express it. In order to cure racism, or at least minimize its affects ...