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</br><b><i>Water droplets shine like gems on the waxy leaves of a </i>Graptopetalum <i>hybrid, one of the many beautiful succulents growing in Island gardens.</br></br>Photo by Dana Edmunds</i><b>
Vol. 16, no. 4
August/September 2013

 


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Water droplets shine like gems on the waxy leaves of a Graptopetalum hybrid, one of the many beautiful succulents growing in Island gardens.

Photo by Dana Edmunds

Hana Hou!
Vol. 16, no. 4
August/September 2013

Native Intelligence

Features

Big Country
In the vast wilds of Ka'u, people are as rugged as the land

Desert Jewels
The vivid and otherworldly succulents of the Islands

The Bird Wars
At the close of the nineteenth century, two rivals were locked in a furious battle to find every last bird species in Hawai‘i

Departments

From big-wave surfing to benthic oceanography, Ricky Grigg has forged a career at Hawai‘i’s extremes
Maui’s Team Makaha are dark horses in the rarefied world of youth polo
Public Television’s "Hiki No" is the only statewide news program in the country created entirely by kids
Honolulu’s Sun Noodle takes Manhattan—and a few other boroughs—in its quest to bring great noodles east
Two immigrants to the Islands team up to fashion a tale of modern-day Marshallese life
Fortunato Teho has been gone for almost three decades, but his sage advice is as good as ever
Plucked from Arkansas as a baby and adopted into a noted Hawaiian family, Kamakakehau Fernandez has become one of the Islands’ finest falsetto singers

Pau Hana

 

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