The Koloa Fish Market is a mainstay in the town of Koloa, Kauai. It is a small, simple storefront, located at the end of a strip of shops along the road that runs through town. Inside, plate lunches are offered, and I am told they are rather good, but I am here for the ahi …

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The Borgo I Frati has reincarnated as a spiritual community over the course of its many lives. With roots in the fourth century, “the hamlet of friars” broke ground as a co-ed monastery and transformed into safe haven for pilgrims and religious center for surrounding mountain towns. Sada Sat Singh and Sada Sat Kaur, master …

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You’ve been hiking since 5:30 this morning and still have two miles to go. You know you’re on the homestretch but you’re tired, your feet hurt, you’re covered in dirt, and the only dangling carrot that is keeping you in a forward motion is the knowledge that you are going to destroy some delicious dinner …

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News flash for you kale lovers out there: Today, October 1st, 2014 is National Kale Day. An entire day to celebrate the wonders of the lean, green, kale machine. Why should we celebrate? Kale is queen of the cruciferous vegetable family. Royalty. Queen Kale abounds in nutritional riches. Here are just a few: anti-inflammatory nutrients, …

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[dropcap]W[/dropcap]e see you squirming in your chair through the Internetscreen. The Green Smoothie can be a little intimidating. But here you are! You clicked on the link, and that’s the first step. You’ve shown interest. That’s enough: you’re practically a convert. We’re going to take a lot of small steps here, and all of a …

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