Volume 13, no. 2
Spearfisher Kimi Werner is one of the Islands' -- and the country's -- best
The life and times of Auntie Ann and Auntie Kay Ebesugawa
Getting into the spirit at Hilo's Inter-Tribal Powwow
In the 1800s, Joseph Nawahi passionately defended Hawaiian sovereignty; now his nearly forgotten story is being heard again
Inside the mind of master of the macabre John Saul
They rarely bite, they rarely sting, they're mostly small, but don't count them out: Hawai'i's native insects are among the most astonishing and diverse in the world.
Every Friday night, yachts from the Ala Wai race off Waikiki for guts, glory and cocktails
It's self-reliant. It's community oriented. It's low-key. It's Hilo.