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Mizue Hasegawa shoots for truth, goodness and beauty Photo: Kyle Rothenborg
Vol. 8, No. 1
February/March 2005

 


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Mizue Hasegawa shoots for truth, goodness and beauty Photo: Kyle Rothenborg

Hana Hou!
Vol. 8, No. 1
February/March 2005

Native Intelligence

What's Good for the Goose
Grain of Truth
Thorny Propositions
Sex in the City

Features

Wright Bowman Sr. and Jr. were master builders whose canoes included the Hokulea and the Hawaiiloa. Today their legacy lives on through the work of the Friends, who are maintaining the art of kalai waa

From the top of Mount Kaala to the tip of Kaena Point, the moku of Waialua is home to the other North Shore: A place of scholars, farmers, entrepreneurs ... and the rural heart of Oahu

Bodysurfers thrive in wave riding's undercurrent ... and every winter they emerge from the depths to compete at Pipeline

Our would-be archer takes aim at Kapiolani Park

Gravity's got nothing on vert skater Thumper Nagasako

From Morocco to Greece to Polynesia, James Rumford's children's books celebrate the world and all that's in it

Back to the Garden
Oahu's Waimea Valley is flourishing anew in the hands of the Audobon Society

Shape Shifter
Honolulu's Kalani Queypo has fused his Hawaiian and Native American identities to forge a dynamic career

The Great Race
You want adventure? John Henderson and Raul Boca have got it for you

A new canoe comes home in Hana

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