Volume 19, no. 1

February/March 2016

Native Intelligence

The Great Pumpkin Patch

From Flume to Table

Wall of Song

A Board in the Hand

Sole Saver

Sugar Shack

Neighborhood Grocers

Glass Class


All About the Bonies

Hawai‘i might not be much for freshwater fly fishing, but it’s the ultimate for those who chase the big bonefish

Artists of the Folding World

The members of Epic Origami take their work to, well, epic levels of intricacy

Disarm, Disable, Destroy

In 1947 five guys from Kalihi invented a new martial art that’s now kicking ‘ōkole around the world

Gotham Grinds

Island-inspired cuisine find a following in New York City

For King & Country

A new museum brings alive the history of the Honolulu Fire Department

The Aquamen

Hawai‘i’s aquaculture leaders are finding sustainable solutions to satisfy the world’s demand for seafood

Liholiho's Pride

The artifacts from Kamehameha II’s lost yacht tell a remarkable tale of nineteenth-century Hawai‘i

Return of the Hale

The revival of traditional Hawaiian thatched house-building owes its start to Francis Sinenci


The Man Behind the Murals

Jean Charlot’s vast Hawai`i tableaux were influenced by a childhood in France, adventures in Mexico and a worldview that celebrated the native and the sacred.

One Island

Aotearoa’s annual Pasifika Festival is the summit of everything Oceania

Ardent Spririts

From moonshine to artisanal rum, craft distilling in Hawai`i has a long and not always so honorable tradition

Hawaiian Life

Ohana Pages

Happenings at Hawaiian Airlines


Man of the Pū