Volume 18, no. 5

October/November 2015

Native Intelligence

Canoe Clinic

Flight Club

New Day for the Nā‘ū

The Dojo of Daiginjo

Feral Fowl

Don’t Take My Kodachrome Away

Mapping Pele's Plume

The Big Little Asian Market


Riding with the Professor

College Credit for Surfing? Ian Masterson wrote the curriculum.

Pilgrims & Pioneers

How a band of Native Hawaiian settlers turned a patch of Utah desert into a thriving community

The Ringmaster

In the 1960s "Gentleman Ed" Francis took professional wrestlin in Hawai`i to the next level - over the top

Blade Runners

Ultra-fast, ultra-light Moth-class sailboats take flight in the Islands

Growth Industry

Restoring native Hawaiian forests means you need native Hawaiian plants - hundreds of thousands of them

Out of the Fire

Daneil Moe's muse is super-hot and endlessly creative - and yes, it's a volcano

Caw of the Wild

Returning the ‘alalā, Hawai`i's endemic crow, to its native habitat

The Great Diversion

The East Maui Irrigation system was one of the nineteenth century's major feats of hydrologic engineering


Going the Distance

Paddling thirty-two grueling miles on your stomach through some of the most treacherous waters on Earth? Paddleboarders love it.

In Living Color

The beauty of Hawai`i's nudibranches

Natural Rhythm

Fire starting, throwing net, hunting - musician and expet tracker Brother Noland teaches what you need to know to survive Hawai`i's wilderness

Hawaiian Life

Connecting Flight

A Million Moments

Ohana Pages

Happenings at Hawaiian Airlines


Illinois Hoe