How Well Do You Know Hawaii?

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How Well Do You Know Hawaii?

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About 80% of Hawaii’s local population lives on this island.

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This active volcano causes the Big Island of Hawai‘i to grow by about 42 acres each year.

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A traditional dessert made from coconut milk. Think of it as a cross between jello and pudding, served chilled and cut into squares.

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The staple starch of Hawaiian food, it is made from the root of the taro plant and is sticky, sweet, and a bit sour.

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A popular dish made with raw ahi tuna, chopped vegetables, condiments, and seasonings like soy sauce or sesame oil.

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Born in the Gulf Coast Region

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Born in the Gulf Coast Region

Match the name of the person to their description.

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Author of horror, gothic and erotic fiction, she is best known for her series of novels The Vampire Chronicles.

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Started his acting career in the television series My So-Called Life and recently acted in the film House of Gucci.

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Several of his short stories, novels, and plays have been praised as literary classics, including In Cold Blood.

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Filmmaker known for his unique visual style, his films include The Royal Tenenbaums and Moonrise Kingdom.

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Academy Award winning actor, she stared as June Carter Cash in the biopic Walk the Line.

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Nicknamed “Satchmo,” this trumpeter was one of the most influential jazz musicians of the 20th century.

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Flamboyant fitness personality, he promoted weight-loss through his Sweatin' to the Oldies aerobics videos.

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He has sold over 28 million albums and played Leo Markus on the NBC sitcom Will & Grace.

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Match the California Landmark to its Description

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Match the California Landmark to its Description

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This landmark was built to promote a housing development and was only intended to last a year and a half.

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This landmark is often called “The Happiest place on Earth.”

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The paint color of this landmark is “International Orange.”

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Originally called "Tis-sa-ack", meaning “Cleft Rock” in the language of the local Ahwahnechee people.

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Once a military fort, this landmark later housed some of the US’s most dangerous inmates from 1934-1963.

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It may be the crookedest, but it’s not the steepest street in the world.

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Books and Movies about Alaska

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Books and Movies about Alaska

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This 1999 film is about a fictional town and their hockey team.

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Jack London wrote the novel; Harrison Ford starred in the movie.

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A 1960 John Wayne comedy taking place during the Alaska gold rush.

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A New York Times bestselling novel by Kristin Hannah.

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Nominated for three Oscars in 1986, this film is about a perfect getaway gone wrong.

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A 1990’s comedy series about a spoiled New York doctor forced to practice medicine in an eccentric Alaskan town.

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This 2012 movie starring Drew Barrymore, Kristen Bell, and John Krasinski depicts the real-life rescue of stranded gray whales.

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This book, and the subsequent 2007 film adaptation directed by Sean Penn, examine the life and travels of Chris McCandless.

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