Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 August 20, 2016 at 9:15 pm TAGSHawaiiHistory Channel Previous article429 Connector Road detour beginning tomorrowNext article…Of Catfish and Winning Streaks Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Please enter your comment! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter your name here 1 COMMENT You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Reply I have been all over the Big Island. Stayed at Kona Coast. Watched fish brought in and hoisted up that weighed over a 1,000 pounds each. Grocery stores out there, supplied with more saltwater tackle than some of the best tackle stores around here. Everything super costly to eat, even the fast food. Beautiful birds in all colors around our balcony. Scary at night looking out across the ocean, and knowing you were a sitting duck if attacked, or other disaster. Tour driver in van almost skidded us off into a super deep ravine when he decided to pull over, on the roadside, real fast, and hit the brakes, on a rocky road side, as we were going around and around a mountain. Saw a pure black sand beach that burnt the crud out of my feet, and went and walked on a fresh lava field. Smelled wonderful floral scent in the air plus smoky ash hazed the air everyday from the volcano. Nice place to visit but would not want to live there. You may not believe me when I say this, but I would rather live here in fabulous Apopka than Hawaii. LOL!!!! Mama Mia LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply On This Day in History: August 21st, 1959From The History ChannelThe modern United States receives its crowning star when President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs a proclamation admitting Hawaii into the Union as the 50th state. The president also issued an order for an American flag featuring 50 stars arranged in staggered rows: five six-star rows and four five-star rows. The new flag became official July 4, 1960.The first known settlers of the Hawaiian Islands were Polynesian voyagers who arrived sometime in the eighth century. In the early 18th century, American traders came to Hawaii to exploit the islands’ sandalwood, which was much valued in China at the time. In the 1830s, the sugar industry was introduced to Hawaii and by the mid 19th century had become well established. American missionaries and planters brought about great changes in Hawaiian political, cultural, economic, and religious life. In 1840, a constitutional monarchy was established, stripping the Hawaiian monarch of much of his authority.In 1893, a group of American expatriates and sugar planters supported by a division of U.S. Marines deposed Queen Liliuokalani, the last reigning monarch of Hawaii. One year later, the Republic of Hawaii was established as a U.S. protectorate with Hawaiian-born Sanford B. Dole as president. Many in Congress opposed the formal annexation of Hawaii, and it was not until 1898, following the use of the naval base at Pearl Harbor during the Spanish-American War, that Hawaii’s strategic importance became evident and formal annexation was approved. Two years later, Hawaii was organized into a formal U.S. territory. During World War II, Hawaii became firmly ensconced in the American national identity following the surprise Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941.In March 1959, the U.S. government approved statehood for Hawaii, and in June the Hawaiian people voted by a wide majority to accept admittance into the United States. Two months later, Hawaii officially became the 50th state. Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom
One of the great things about being a Frank Zappa fan is the period installments of new, unreleased material from the vault. Despite family tensions, the Zappa Records label has announced two albums for release on July 15th. Frank Zappa For President and Crux Of The Biscuit are both on their way!In the throes of a heated presidential election, Zappa Records has released a collection of unreleased music composed by Zappa for the Synclavier. With these compositions and a number of politically-themed gems to be mined from the vault, the album is sure to be an ode to Zappa’s witty tendencies. The second album is a companion to ‘ (Apostrophe), with session outtakes, alternates, and live performances. Check out the tracklisting for each, below.FRANK ZAPPA: Frank Zappa for President1. Overture to “Uncle Sam”2. Brown Shoes Don’t Make It (Remix)3. Amnerika (Vocal Version)4. “If I Was President”5. When the Lie’s So Big (Live)6. Medieval Ensemble7. America the Beautiful (Live)FRANK ZAPPA: The Crux of the Biscuit1. Cosmik Debris2. Uncle Remus (Mix Outtake)3. Down In De Dew (Alternate Mix)4. Apostrophe’ (Mix Outtake)5. The Story Of Don’t Eat The Yellow Snow/St. Alphonzo’s Pancake Breakfast6. Don’t Eat The Yellow Snow/St. Alphonzo’s Pancake Breakfast (Live)7. Excentrifugal Forz (Mix Outtake)8. Energy Frontier (Take 4)9. Energy Frontier (Take 6 with OD’s)10. Energy Frontier (Bridge)11. Cosmik Debris (Basic Tracks Take 3)12. Don’t Eat The Yellow Snow (Basic Tracks- Alternate Take)13. Nanook Rubs It (Basic Tracks- Outtake)14. Nanook Rubs It (Session Outtake)15. Frank’s Last Words…..
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