Companions are important. In this issue, we take a look at significant bonds and social connections, whether with a human or a furry friend. Many have discovered how the most enduring company is the kind that strengthens yet humbles; that allows you to to realize the best version of yourself; that loves you even when you do not.
Though right can be relative, there is, no doubt, a right way for responsible stewardship, and we only have to look to the ancient Hawaiians for guidance.
This issue celebrates anyone who has ever left Hawai‘i, repatriating and welcoming them home within the pages of this magazine.
This issue features the kind of people who look inward rather than out to define their identities; the kind of people we can all take cues from.
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” – Mary Oliver Editor’s...
In this issue, we delve into stories that hold sacred meaning to Hawai‘i, broaching subject matter that may be considered...
When we are surrounded by water on every side, it becomes easy to forget this natural resource is precious. This issue documents watery issues prevalent not just in our city, but as experienced by surrounding cultures as well.