As reports of shark attacks have risen, Hawaiian officials announced a plan Tuesday to study the sharks' movements. A German tourist who had been attacked in Maui last week died Wednesday. Oskar Garcia/AP hide caption

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Colorful covers of menus from the Royal Hawaiian Hotel (left) and the Monarch Room Royal Hawaiian Hotel. New York Public Library hide caption

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Old Hawaiian Menus Tell Story Of Local Fish And Their Demise

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A homeless man collects cans on Waikiki Beach in 2010 in Honolulu. Under a new pilot program, some homeless people will get help from the state to reunite with relatives on the mainland. Marco Garcia/AP hide caption

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Hawaii Homeless Initiative Would Send Some Back To Mainland

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The June issue of The Oprah Magazine includes an article with details on Oprah Winfrey's new farm in Hawaii. The Oprah Magazine hide caption

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Historians think poi, a sticky, nutritious food made from pounded taro root, has been eaten in the Hawaiian islands since the time of the ancient Polynesians. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Poi: Hawaii's Recipe For Revitalizing Island Culture

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Travelers crowd around a ticketing counter at John F. Kennedy International Airport in April 2010 in New York. Jason DeCrow/AP hide caption

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