Archive

  • Leg Wrap

    A look at some critical legislation affecting funding for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and the many programs that…

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  • Kalanianaʻole

    Kalanianaʻole Highway, which runs through the homestead community of Waimānalo, is named after the prince who established the Hawaiian…

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  • MAMo: Kickoff

    May brings a celebration unique to our island home, Maoli Arts Month.

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  • ʻĀhaʻi ʻŌlelo Ola – May 3, 2009

    Hula lives on thru another generation of Hiloʻs Kanakaʻole ʻOhana, wind energy in oil-dependent Hawaiʻi is gaining ground as...

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  • Sustainable Energy

    While Hawaiʻi is still very dependent on oil for energy, we look at demand and current conservation strategies as…

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  • Grow Hawaiian

    This second annual Grow Hawaiian Festival focused on caring for Hawaiʻi’s natural resources and cultivating an appreciation for our…

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  • Sustainable Wai

    While Hawaiʻi is surrounded by water, ensuring a supply of drining water and water for agriculture is challenge we…

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  • Sustainable Food

    ʻĀhaʻi ʻŌlelo Ola takes a look at some of Hawaiʻi’s sustainability issues and solutions, starting with food sustainability.

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  • Merrie Monarch 2010: Sig Zane

    Sig Zane has seen the economic value of incorporating traditional Hawaiian knowledge into his products.

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  • Mahele ʻŌlelo

    A panel discussion of Hawaiian composers was a test bed for simultaneous translation into English and Japanese.

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  • Merrie Monarch 2009: Draw

    Hilo’s Merrie Monarch Festival is a prime place and time to shop for Hawaiian treasures.

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  • Kalākaua

    Kalākaua Avenue runs through one of the most popular areas of our state and beyond: Waikikī. And its namesake…

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  • ʻĀhaʻi ʻŌlelo Ola – April 19, 2009

    Hōkūleʻa voyages to Palmyra Atoll on a journey of discovery, folks get into Haleʻiwa’s Loko Ea fishpond to provide...

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  • Brother Noland

    Noland Conjugation, known to most simply as “Brother Noland,” has become an icon in Hawaiʻi’s music industry, with his…

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  • Alu Like Book Fair

    Alu Like is helping many of our Hawaiʻi charter schools continue this tradition of learning through reading by holding…

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  • Kaʻena

    Kaʻena Point is one of the last undeveloped natural areas on Oʻahu.

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  • Alphabet

    The Mission Houses Museum’s new exhibit “Alphabet Soup” explores Hawaiian language and literacy.

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  • Lā Kūkahekahe 2009

    Lā Kūkahekahe was an event held at Windward Community College to celebrate and strengthen the Hawaiian language.

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