Humpback whale songs spread through the oceans like pop music, raising deeper questions about whale cultural evolution […]
What surfers call the elated state of ‘stoke’ is really a celebration of life and the meaningful serendipities it brings […]
A team of scientists have posit the idea “planetary intelligence,” which describes the collective knowledge and cognition of an entire planet. […]
Soar in Aloha Spirit with Bruddah IZ!!
Found across Hawai‘i, anchialine ponds, with their unique ecosystems, are little-known treasures often overlooked as part of Hawai‘i’s narrative—both past […]
A truly moving performance by Weldon Kekauoha of Queen Liliʻuokalaniʻs composition “Queenʻs Jubilee”. Accompanied by the hula of Kumu Kapua Dalire-Moe and her daughter Kili. Recorded for “Island Music, Island Hearts”, a Coco Palm Pictures production, on the shores of Kahala Beach on the island of Oʻahu. Weldon is joined by musicians Jack Ofoia on guitar and Alika Boy Kalalui IV on bass.
New and replacement signs on the highway will now have the Hawaiian diacritical markings thanks to an effort by the Hawaii Department of Transportation. […]
We lift Ukraine and all of its inhabitants and environments in prayer knowing them in safety.
We lift our vibration by tuning our hearts, minds and presence to peace, love, harmony, and equanimity for all.
We lift world leaders in the light of wisdom, Divine guidance and willingness to BE PEACE and create peace today and always.
We honor all across the world that we all know and hold peace in our hearts, minds and being so we create a world reflecting our true magnificence,
Sharing resources as one family of Light and
Loving one another in celebration of our global community and our shared vision of a world that works for everyone.
AND SO IT IS!
What better way to celebrate one of Maui’s many marvels than on Feb. 23, National Banana Bread Day. The best loaves are often found at quaint farm and The little yellow farmstand on the Keʻanae Pennisula known as Aunty Sandy’s Banana Bread is synonymous with the Maui-made loaves. Every morning, hot bread comes fresh out of the oven and is ready to melt in your mouth. […]
INTRODUCING OUR NEWEST 18th DEGREE REIKI GRANDMASTER, Valerie D Irish! Congratulations and welcome to this most exclusive Circle!
The Supreme Court told the state to move forward nearly two years ago but courts and attorneys are still sorting out the details while Hawaiians wait.
The convergence of celebrations at this time of year springs forward with its overarching sense of goodness, human dignity, respect for all life and making the world a better place.
We are happy to announce the Ordination of High Priestess Melissa Gardner, MD, of Wichita, Kansas, into the lineage of the cosmic Alpha et Omega Order of Melchizedek. A retired US Army Lieutenant-Colonel, HPS Gardner is also a practicing Second-Tier 12th degree Reiki Grandmaster through Nā Hālau. Once again, congratulations on your many accomplishments, HPS Gardner.
More telescopes are expected to be decommissioned according to a plan that seeks to do a better job of managing the mauna.
Carissa Moore has had quite the year. After bringing home the gold medal at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, she set her sights on winning her fifth
Aloha kākahiāka a me hauʻōli lā Pōʻalua kākōu. E hiki ia ōukōu a pau i kā pomaika’i ō kā lā. Ō kā malukhia nō me ʻoe.
Good morning and Happy Tuesday, everyone. May you all have a blessed day. Peace be with you.
Maikāʻi kākahiāka a pau a me Hauʻōli aloha Pōʻakahi. Kekāhi manawāʻaʻōleʻoe ʻeʻīke i ke ʻāla e lawe ʻai … e koho i kahi mea e ʻalakāʻi ʻiā ʻoe i kōu wahi hauʻōli. ʻŌ kā maluhīa nō me ʻoe.
Good Morning Everyone and Happy aloha Monday. Sometimes you may not know what road to take … Choose the one that leads you to your happy place. Peace be with you.
HNN’s “Muthaship” podcast recently caught up with Cretton’s mother, Janice, to talk about her son’s passion for film-making, his childhood on Maui and his humble approach to fame.
Maybe I’m a bird nerd, but every summer I log in my calendar when I see the first kōlea of the year. It’s one of those momentous occasions for me, seeing
The volcano is the first part of Maui you see through the airplane window, and while driving through Kihei, Wailea, or Paia, it occupies half of the sky.
Feral cats and off-leash dogs are killing wedge-tailed shearwaters at Kauai’s Makahuena Point. Efforts to stop the carnage so far haven’t worked.
Before the advent of trans-Pacific passenger air travel. Before there were world-renowned resort areas such as Waikiki and its neighbor island kin.
You wouldn’t expect a slippah store to be a place for learning strategy, but in Kaua‘i’s Kapa‘a town, that’s exactly what Sole Mates turned out to be when
A group of wet-haired kids pours out of a traditional Hawaiian canoe on Waikiki’s Kuhio Beach, smiling and laughing. The kids are from Waimanalo, a rural
Paul Massey is alone in the middle of a forest. To the untrained eye, the sylvan backdrop could look like any of Kaua‘i’s many rich, verdant wooded areas.
“I think you can go thinner,” says Lisa Schattenburg-Raymond, leaning over my work with a critical eye. I nod seriously, like a good apprentice, but feel
A nightly Manta Talk in the Manta Learning Center.
Photo: Courtesy of Sheraton Kona
Manta rays are big business in Kailua-Kona, where local outfitters […]