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Column: Kāua i ka pahupahu pilioki!

Synopsis: A retelling of “Kekahi Mau Olelo Noeau a na Kupuna,” an article published by the newspaper Ka Nupepa Kuokoa on Sept. 28, 1922. T Read more

Column: Mai hea mai ke aloha o nā lole aloha?

Synopsis: Through the famous muæumuæu and attire of this era, we will attempt to show what makes aloha attire and adornments Hawaiian and how the love for aloha attire has lived on. Read more

Column: He ‘ino kā ka albizia

Synopsis: There are many negative impacts of the albizia tree species on Hawaii’s native flora and fauna on Oahu. Read more

Column: Pi‘ipi‘i ke kumu, emiemi ka hua

Synopsis: A new word has come into the English language, i.e., shrinkflation, which refers to a deceptive practice by a business that reduces the amount of product by repackaging it and selling it at the old price. Read more

Column: E pāpā ‘ia paha ke kū‘ai ‘āina ma Hawai‘i?

Synopsis: A bill currently under consideration at the Legislature seeks to make it illegal for foreign (non-American) investors to purchase real property in Hawaiæi. The intent is to reduce the cost of real property by reducing speculation. Are Americans any less likely to speculate? Where are the Hawaiians in this equation? Read more

Column: Pau paha ka hanu i ka mīkini ho‘ohanu

Synopsis: The Philips CPAP machine has been taken off the market because an internal styrofoam piece has been known to disintegrate and release small particles into the system that can be inhaled by the user, thus causing greater health problems than the machine was designed to combat. Read more

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