Volume 20, no. 6

December 2017/January 2018

Native Intelligence

Two Hulls and a Paddle

Home Cooking

New Year’s Cleaning

Deck the Hall

The Hawai‘i Underground

Wild on Wheels

O‘ahu’s Other Albatross

Panoply of Preserves

Now You See It


Still Life With Honey Creeper

Master wood carver Haruo Uchiyama is on a mission to sculpt Hawai‘i’s native forest birds

Mapping The Deep

Unknown seamounts, new hydrothermal vents, undescribed species—the Schmidt Ocean Institute is illuminating Earth’s darkest frontier

Following The Vine

Maile is among Hawai‘i’s most cherished lei plants, and it’s still abundant if you know where to look

Shooting the Gorge

Hawai‘i’s signature watersports take to Oregon’s Columbia River

The Lady & The Queen

After years spent searching for her lost husband, Lady Jane Franklin visited Hawai i for solace — and became a lifelong friend of the royal family

Trees of Knowledge

Hawai‘i Island is home to a living laboratory for studying the world’s threatened tropical forests

Keeping Step

Auntie Mae Kamamalu Klein is a living link between hula past and present


South of the South Pacific

Tiki, taro and tupuna —finding Polynesia in Tahiti’s Austral Islands

Gifts of the Chiefs

Why did Pacific peoples offer their most prized possessions to Captain Cook and the European explorers who followed?

Taming the Beast

Athletes test their mettle in the brutal (and comical) Spartan Trifecta

Hawaiian Life

Connecting Flight

‘Ohana Flight

Ohana Pages

Happenings at Hawaiian Airlines


The Rocky and Kaimana Show