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Miss Hawaii 1964 Leina'ala Teruya and Hawaiian Airlines' Pualani Photo: Hawaiian Airlines Archives
Vol. 7, No. 5
October/November 2004

 


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Miss Hawaii 1964 Leina'ala Teruya and Hawaiian Airlines' Pualani Photo: Hawaiian Airlines Archives

Hana Hou!
Vol. 7, No. 5
October/November 2004

Native Intelligence

Forward Motion
String Theories
808 Oasis
Deep Blue Ink

Features

Hawaiian Airlines has been living up to its name and supporting island communities for seventy-five years

She sings. She dances hula. She travels the world. She's Miss Hawaii—and Hawaiian Airlines is the wind beneath her wings

The Intrepid pilots of Hawaiian Airlines pioneered air travel in the Islands

Forget the shrimp, put away the barbie—these days, the birthplace of modern Australia is chic, cultured and evolving into the world's next great metropolis

In Vegas and beyond, Polynesian fire-knife dancers blaze onstage with Cirque Du Soleil

The Impressionists
Hawaii artists have their fish and eat them too, thanks to the Japanese art of gyotaku

Kapono Souza is leading the way as the ancient Makahiki season of peace returns

Women of History
The Daughters of Hawaii celebrate their first 100 years of palaces, plaques and preservation

Chefs Du Jour
Maui Culinary Academy, operating in its new $17 million training center, is satisfying Hawaii Regional Cuisine's hunger for talent

The Sitka Connection
What were Imperial Russia's intentions in 19th-century Hawaii?

It's a zoo in cargo

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