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<b>Ivory Flower</b><br>Keyra Tehani Tejada, a graduate of the hula program at Hawai'i Community College, presents sacred salt to purify the hula grounds.<br><br><i>photo: Elyse Butler</i>
Vol. 15, no. 5
October/November 2012

 


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Ivory Flower
Keyra Tehani Tejada, a graduate of the hula program at Hawai'i Community College, presents sacred salt to purify the hula grounds.

photo: Elyse Butler

Hana Hou!
Vol. 15, no. 5
October/November 2012

Native Intelligence

Features

Hawai'i's beer scene is hopping. Who knew?

The pilots of the Mauna Kea Soaring Club ride the waves of air thousands of feet above the Big Island

There's only one place in the world to get a college degree in hula, and it's in Hilo

Departments

Can a two hundred million-year-old creature help save Hawai'i's native plants?
Gilad's Bodies in Motion has been working it for nearly three decades
Viavia "VJ" and Rex Tiumalu go head to head at the World Fireknife Championships
Is 'awa a potential cure for cancer and Alzheimer's?
O'ahu's sole taxidermist, Gordon Lau, is a master of the art
Gifted athlete, passionate politician and revered kupuna, John Henry Wise spent his life fighting for the underdog
What do you do when you're trying to fit in in a new country? Play ball.

Pau Hana

 

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