Volume 20, no. 4
The Master of Edomae
Once Keiji Nakazawa achieved sushi-making stardom in Japan, he had nothing left to conquer—so he came to Waikīkī
Gilles and Louda Larrain left behind their legendary SoHo salons for the creative freedom of Kaua‘i
Luther Kilin Reece traced the origin of the world’s most famous acoustic guitar, and it led him straight to a forgotten Hawaiian virtuoso
Of Two Minds
Screenwriters Aaron and Jordan Kandell are at the top of their game and they got there together
The Long Game
Males of Okinawan descent live the longest and healthiest lives of any men, anywhere. Brad Wilcox set out to discover why.
When King Kalakaua issued the Hawaiian dala, he was asserting the Island’s independence. Neither would last.