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A milo leaf floats in the hands of healer Mahealani Kaiwikuamo'okekuaokalani Henry.photo by Linny Morris Cunningham
Vol. 8, No. 3
June/July 2005

 


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A milo leaf floats in the hands of healer Mahealani Kaiwikuamo'okekuaokalani Henry.photo by Linny Morris Cunningham

Hana Hou!
Vol. 8, No. 3
June/July 2005

Native Intelligence

International Movements
Cold Comfort
Cereus Business

Features

Six not-so-ancient mariners venture into the Pacific the old-fashioned way—in an outrigger canoe

Native Hawaiian medicine is re-emerging to offer a promise of greater health—and a whole new view of the world

Hawaii's ultra-cyclists are on a joy ride to biking's outer limits

Anna Peach fashions couture and commentary from the material of everyday life

Clowning Around
The people of BellyAcres and the Hiccup Circus make merry in Puna

F. Sheriff creates art that is wry, deep and very Frank

In the Land of the People's Soul
With a sanshin in one hand and a spatula in the other, Grant Murata celebrates the music and food of Okinawa

The Dailey Show
Forty years ago, Fred and Murph Dailey started the Hawaii Polo Club and created an Island home for world-class polo

Making the Weather
Honolulu's forecasters predict for a vast area and a varied terrain ... so give them a break the next time it rains on your parade

United Notions
The International Marketplace lives up to its name—and to Oahu's, too

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