Volume 19, no. 3

June/July 2016

Native Intelligence

Keeping the Vibe Alive

Singing in Place

How Hawai‘i Got Its Groove Back

Dog Day Afternoons

Coffee Kani Ka Pila

Into the Onion

Spinning an Island Yarn

Tapping into Tatau

Departments

The Long Row

Blisters, isolation and peril: Extreme athletes ply the high seas

Japan’s Flapjack Fad

Is Tokyo’s crazy love affair with Hawaiian pancakes just a flash in the pan?

Stand Up For Art

Muralist Sean Yoro has found a new use for the paddleboard: floating art studio

The Store that Time Forgot

Part country market, part living history museum, Keauhou Store brings the past into the present

Slice of Life

From fungi to tree ferns, BioBlitz volunteers have twenty-four hours to document every living thing on the volcano

Songs of Freedom

Allegiance tells the story of Japanese-American internment during World War II—as a Broadway musical

Reef 2.0

On Coconut Island, scientists are breeding a new generation of “super corals” to withstand the threat of climate change

When Hawai‘i Ruled the Pool

For most of the twentieth century, some of the world’s greatest swimmers and coaches hailed from the Islands

Features

Where the River Meets the Sea

Can Bishop Museum help a remote village in Papua New Guinea to maintain
a centuries-old way of life?

The Farthest Shore

Meeting Hōkūle‘a at the halfway point of its journey around the world: The coast of Africa

Hawaiian Life

Connecting Flight

Historic Homecoming

Ohana Pages

Happenings at Hawaiian Airlines

Pauhana

Meeting Mango Man