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To Native Hawaiians, the kalo plant is a sacred connection to their ancestors.
Throwback Thanksgiving Thursday.
These kumu hula have worked tirelessly for decades to ensure that the kaona, knowledge and traditional practices shared by their mentors are passed on to the next generation.
The palace will offer free tours on Kama‘āina Sunday, Nov. 12, and will be decorated for King Kalākaua’s birthday, Nov. 16.
The historical puppet hula performance will make a rare appearance at a concert on Oct. 7.
How 15 shipwrecked sailors endured a trek that eventually dropped them on the east side of the Big Island 150 years ago.
For the First Time in 237 Years a Priceless Feathered Cloak and Helmet Are Home in Hawai‘i and Now You Can Finally See Them
Here are 10 things you need to know about a feathered cape and helmet, once owned by Captain Cook, appearing together at Hawai‘i’s Bishop Museum.
The Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, the state Historic Preservation Division and HONOLULU Magazine compile an annual list of some of our state’s most endangered places.
As voted by a panel of experts. Plus, read the stories behind the music.
How a phone call to a retired librarian led to the rediscovery of the state’s largest internment camp.
An esteemed panel of musicologists, producers and artists select the 50 greatest songs in Hawai‘i music history.