Historic preservation work requires attention to detail, problem-solving skills, and respect for the work done before. Glenn Mason heeds the...
A native Hawaiian scholar reflects on the depths of knowledge to be found in the Hawai‘i State Archives.
Ambivalently understood, the phrase “Hawaiian sense of place” is heard everywhere from the tourism industry to design sector. The islands’ traditional place names, however, often remain silenced. Can one truly honor places without acknowledging the importance of inoa ‘āina?
In the charming studio of a Kailua luthier, vintage instruments awaiting restoration hold charming songs and hidden stories.
Among its thousands of artifacts, the Hawai‘i State Archives preserves a royal collection of historic Hawaiian flags, banners, and standards.
A dive into the history of saimin adds a depth of flavor to the dish’s lasting legacy.
He mea pohihihi paha ka hoʻomaopopo ʻana i ka ʻōlelo he “Hawaiian sense of place”, he hopunaʻōlelo e lohe hele ʻia ana mai ka ʻoihana hoʻokipa malihini a ka ʻoihana hakulau. I ka hapa nui naʻe o ka manawa, he hoʻohāmau ʻia ke ō ʻana mai o nā inoa ʻāina kuʻuna. Ua hiki anei ke hoʻohanohano maoli i ka ʻāina me ka ʻike ʻole ʻana i nā inoa ʻāina?