Volume 17, no. 2
April / May 2014
The Honoka‘a People’s Theatre gives an encore performance
What can old restaurant menus tell us about the health of Hawai‘i’s oceans? Ask Kyle Van Houtan.
The Hashimoto family has grown persimmons on the slopes of Haleakalä for almost a century
Rescuing Kaneohe bay one wana at a time
A new play retells the story of Ko‘olau, the leper who outwitted a government in late nineteenth-century Hawai‘i
The same technology that Google used to create its Street View is now mapping Hawai‘i’s trails
The wekiu bug makes its home in one place only: the summit of Mauna Kea
Fearless, flexible, almost indestructible … Hawai‘i’s kids are ripping up the waves
When the going gets tough, the ferns get growing
It’s been thirty years since a determined group of Native Hawaiians set out to save a language. How’s it going?