Volume 17, no. 6
December 2014 / January 2015
A coconut log, firecrackers, scavenged bougainvillea — to Kahi Ching, everything is a medium
The Mughal Suite at Doris Duke’s Shangri La opens to the public for the first time
Big airs, deep tubes and major titles: John John Florence is surfing’s next phenom
For the last thirty-five years Harry B. has kept the sound of Hawai‘i’s territorial era alive in the Islands and beyond
Hawai‘i’s only native palm evolved into twenty-four species that once forested the Islands
Harold Koda—the curator in charge of the Met’s Costume Institute—is a master of all things sartorial
O‘ahu’s Wai‘anae and Ko‘olau volcanoes have an older sibling
The 1970s wasn’t the only time Hawaiian culture saw a major renewal—the 1870s witnessed one, too.
Kilohana Silve brought hula to the City of Lights in the 1980s. Then she created an entire festival.
From cordage to hooks, artist Gary Eoff re-creates the fishing technology of old Hawai‘i
Challenge and change in the birthplace of Kamehameha