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The Legacies Issue

Featuring artists, writers, and scholars who are modernizing generational traditions and rethinking indigenous sciences.
Exploring the history of ʻulu, Hawaiʻi’s beloved breadfruit plant, and how its storied past shows sustainable solutions for our present.
As Hawaiian quilting rises in popularity beyond Hawaiʻi, a writer ponders if there is a pono way for fashion brands to utilize the art.

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Editor’s Picks

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Hidden within this landmark are 20 massive tanks, 16 of which hold nearly 190 million gallons of petroleum. Underneath them is Honolulu’s main source of fresh water.
Pe’ahi, also known as Jaws, is not for the faint of heart—the epic surf break known for exceeding face heights of 70-plus feet. But for those who find the courage and strength, a sense of triumph and euphoria follow in their wake.

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