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Column: Ola ka maʻi luʻuluʻu i ke kūkaelio

Synopsis: Magic mushrooms offer healing properties to people suffering from depression. We should be working to escape a 1960s mentality that continues to view psilocybin as a Schedule 1 drug. Read more

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                                Members of Kamehameha Schools Children’s Chorus sing and dance during the start of ceremonies at Gov. David Ige’s inaugural on Dec. 3, 2018.
Column: I mua nö ka ho‘okae ‘ili o ke alo a hala

Synopsis: John Learned, a professor at the University of Hawaii, is claiming that he is not a racist, despite some very unfounded, derogatory remarks he has made about Hawaiians. His position reflects the privilege of power, but at least we know where he stands. Read more

Column: A aloha wale ʻia kā hoʻi …

Synopsis: In seeing the desecration at the Kawaiahaʻo cemetery this past Wednesday, it shows the continual disrespect for kūpuna who have left this earthly world, something that is in complete opposition to a Hawaiian perspective that continues to honor and cherish their küpuna long after they have entered the next realm. Read more

Column: ʻO wai kou inoa?

The Hawaiʻi Board on Geographic Names has just held the first in a series of meetings in Pāhoa, Hawaiʻi to encourage community involvement in the naming of fissure 8, the 2018 lower Puna eruption on Kīlauea’s East Rift Zone. Read more

Column: He iʻa maoli ke kāmano hoʻoliliuēwe?

In an ostensible effort to improve the state of humankind, scientists have developed a genetically modified salmon that matures to market size in half the time that it takes its natural counterpart. Whether or not you eat it, you should at least be aware of its source. Read more

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