Volume 20, no. 3

June/July 2017

Native Intelligence

The Water Gardeners

Strong Medicine

Charlie’s New Bestie

Bundles of Joy

The Bowyer of Hōlualoa

Crème de la Carbs

Winging It

Departments

The Detonator

Electronics wiz Charlie Holdaway’s technology is literally blowing up

Deep Dive

Auntie Louise’s sturdy legacy endures at Tahiti Nui

The Illustration Man

R. Kikuo Johnson’s art has covered everything from Hawaiian mythology to the New Yorker magazine

The Baby Bunch

Marcie and Ray Dela Cruz were trying for one. They got five.

Faces of the Ancestors

Steeped in history, artist Brook Kapukuniahi Parker paints the chiefs, warriors and battles of ancient Hawaii

Small is Beautiful

Though tiny, Hawaii’s “micromoths” are part of an epic story that spans millions of years

The Ice Shavers

Frozen dolphins, sea turtles and hula dancers were once a mainstay on Island buffet tables; today only a handful of artists carry on the practice of ice sculpting

Features

Hawaii at the Fringe

It was an opera, sung by teenagers, in Hawaiian--and Scotland loved it

A Love Extreme

Watermen and women at the Bora Bora Ironmana compete in grueling ocean challenges to find out just what they're made of

Lata's Children

The people of Taumako, Solomon Islands are working to revive their ancient voyaging traditions

Hawaiian Life

Connecting Flight

Ground Control

Ohana Pages

Happenings at Hawaiian Airlines

Pauhana

The Convivial Cup