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Serving all who love Hawai`i

February 2006


Old Hawai`i -- Pictures from the Past

Hanalei Post Office, Kaua`i -- 1945
Photo by Walter Steiger

 

U.S. District Court Judge Orders Hawaiians to Use Ho`oponopono in Dispute

Ho`oponopono means “to make things right” and is a traditional form of conflict resolution where all parties must stay with the process until a decision is reached.

Local Boy from Kailua Wins Election

Congratulations to the newest member of the Board of Parks Commissioners for the Metro Parks Tacoma, Ryan Mello.

First Ever "Native Leaders Forum" a Success

“You must have a vision of the island (a goal) you are seeking in your mind…or you will never get there.”

Building a Hawaiian Nation

WHEN, not IF, WHEN we in the United States of America, find and register 100,000 Hawaiians, our Hawaiian Nation will be in place.

The Budget Surplus

You know when you’re reading an article and as you get to the bottom of the page it tells you that the story continues, see page 14? Well, I rarely do.

Kama`aina Profile: The Traveling Man

I call my Profile guest the Traveling Man…a man who makes the dreams of many of us come true by putting wings to our visions, flying us to far away places that we usually only dream about…or wishing us a Bon Voyage as we board our luxurious cruise ship headed out to sea!

Mo`olelo O Na Ali`i

Whether or not Kūali‘i had the notion that the possibility of supreme control over all the islands was feasible is not certain, but he considered that idea with an exploratory raid of Hawai‘i island.

Music: New Releases

Every month Gregg reviews newly released Hawaiian CDs. Read about your favorite artist or explore the Hawaiian music scene.

Holoholo:

Auwe….What a way to start the New Year….I needed my track shoes for all the Holoholo I did in January 2006……

Foodstuffs: `Opihi

If you grew up in Hawai`i, you not only know `opihi, but love it well.

Ed Case Runs Against Daniel Akaka

U.S.Representative Ed Case (D-Hawaii) announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat held by Senator Daniel Akaka (D-Hawaii).

Changes in Hawaiian Airlines' Mileage Program

The one thing that never changes in the airline industry is the fact that things are always changing, whether it’s prices, rules and regulations, meals served on flights or the lack of a meal served on a flight.

Spreading the Aloha Spirit

Kama`aina volunteers Johnny Kai, Ross Oana, Vicky Oana, Peter Ching, Duke Silva, Donna Ching, Francis Doo, Leonard Chun, Elissa Springer, Pat Nae`ole, Diva Yamashiro, Ululani Yamashiro, Tish Hinshaw, Kahala Pe`a and Randy Chang recreate the Hawaiian experience for Portland International Airport passengers.

The Events Calendar

Find out about upcoming events in our NEW calendar!

Toi Maori

Toi Maori – The Eternal Thread is a showcase of the very best in traditional and contemporary Maori weaving from Aotearoa New Zealand.

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