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Honolulu Harbor is the city's gateway—and its lifeline; Nearly 80 percent of all imports arrive here by sea.
Vol. 9, No. 3
June/July 2006

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Honolulu Harbor is the city's gateway—and its lifeline; Nearly 80 percent of all imports arrive here by sea.

Hana Hou!
Vol. 9, No. 3
June/July 2006

Native Intelligence

A visit to Rapa Nui approaches the surreal

Features

Where would Honolulu be without its harbor?

On Fakarava, life unfolds on the margin between ocean and lagoon

Hiking Honolulu's hidden coast

A peek inside UH's one-of-a-kind costume collection

Preserving the art of Hawaiian saddle making

Finding the line between stewardship and development

Preserving a piece of Waikiki's history . . . in downtown Hilo

Never heard of gravity sports? Meet Darryl Freeman, world champion

It's a dirty job, but somebody's got to maintain Hawai'i's hiking paths

Good Cake and Pie for Land and Sea

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