Christmas, New Years, and a Special Project in Waianae

I wanted to wish everyone a great Christmas and New Year holiday - and a fresh start to 2016! I think I'm already off to a good start for this site, we'll see as the year goes on! Ryan O. had a really interesting article about a homeless encampment over on the west side of

Christmas, New Years, and a Special Project in Waianae2017-05-18T20:52:43-10:00

Pono: Ancient Hawaiian Belief System Videos

I'm absolutely spellbound by this series of videos. I just watched the first two, and am queuing up the third. There are 6 videos in this Pono series. If you are interested in the ancient Hawaiian beliefs... you will love listening to this man talking about his experience growing up, the influence of his father,

Pono: Ancient Hawaiian Belief System Videos2017-05-18T20:52:56-10:00

Language, Culture, Friends, and Social Life in Hawaii

Hawaii's Laid Back Lifestyle Sure, everyone works in Hawaii. Well, most do. But, even though everyone is working here is this underlying attitude that life is not about work. The people living in Hawaii understand well that the secret to a happy life is about what you’re doing outside of work. Work-style is a little

Language, Culture, Friends, and Social Life in Hawaii2018-12-21T07:55:06-10:00

Duke Kahanamoku History – Video

Duke Kahanamoku Video - a video done by Hawaiian students I presume. It kind of dies out abruptly at the end, but it has so much good information I thought it was worth posting: I happened to find an old video from 1963 with some surfing footage at one of my favorite places in Hawaii

Duke Kahanamoku History – Video2017-05-18T20:53:00-10:00