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<b>The Waiting:</b> Ulua fishermen at dusk near South Point on the Big Island. <br>photo: Brad Goda
Vol. 13, no. 4
August/September 2010

 


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The Waiting: Ulua fishermen at dusk near South Point on the Big Island.
photo: Brad Goda

Hana Hou!
Vol. 13, no. 4
August/September 2010

Native Intelligence

Features

Going after ulua with Hawaii's best fishermen

Ka'ena Point lies between ocean and land, between this world and the next

How--and why--did settlements on the margins of Hawaii survive?

Departments

Mike Prickett's daring ocean cinematography invites us all to step into liquid
Tracking Hawai'i's only native terrestrial mammal, the hoary bat
Lahainaluna is the oldest school west of the Rockies
The voices on your radio dial ... brought to you by Don Mussell
How many artists get to make something that lasts a thousand million years?

Pau Hana

 

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