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Eric Arakawa holds one of his creations aloft in his workshop in Waialua.
Vol. 8, No. 4
August/September 2005

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Eric Arakawa holds one of his creations aloft in his workshop in Waialua.

Hana Hou!
Vol. 8, No. 4
August/September 2005

Native Intelligence

Beyond Borders
Suffragette City

Features

Hawaii's surfboard makers are as unique as the boards they craft

Sanctuary
The Northwestern Hawaiian Islands are home to more than 7,000 species. Meet a few

A week onboard the Tia Moana offers a unique—and magical—window onto French Polynesia

Oahu's aerobatic flyers pull some serious g's in the islands skiesOahu's aerobatic flyers pull some serious g's in the islands skies

John Kelly loved women, loved color, loved Hawaii—and his pioneering work captured an entire Island era

Robert Aitken reflects on a lifetime of following the path to peace

Nature's Course
A landmark restoration project sends Big Island students up the river

Going Native
Greg and Terri Lee are bringing back indigenous landscapes—one plant at a time

Radio Days
KUAI in Eleele was our very own WKRP in Cincinnati—and Moke Keale was the mana behind the mic

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In Hana Hou!'s print edition, we take special care to include the okina (glottal stop) and kahako (macron) marks used in proper spelling of Hawaiian words.  Due to compatibility issues with certain Web browsers and search engines, however, we are not able to include them on this site.