The Office of Hawaiian Affairs hopes to bolster ancient cultural traditions with a soon-to-be-released directory of artists, instructors and experts. Meet four of those practitioners who are fighting to keep their ancient arts alive.
It’s that time of year again when Shaka Santa and Tūtū Mele grace our city center, athletes conquer the land and the sea, communities mingle for a merry good time and Christmas markets pop up all over the island.
On O‘ahu, many families must consider housing costs versus commute times when deciding where to live. We spoke to one family who opted for smaller living quarters and higher housing costs to enjoy the many conveniences of Kaka‘ako.
As if we don’t feel the Black Friday-through-Cyber Monday hangover enough, the Native Hawaiian from O‘ahu dominated in a shortened format in heavy storm surf while her top two rivals lost heartbreaker heats. It’s Moore’s fourth world title.