Cover Story – SUPER SHEA!

Jackie Kojima Shea Sakahara is your typical 17-year-old rising high school senior. When this Kailua teen isn’t busy with SAT prep, classes at Punahou School, or his part-time job in the After School Care program,...

Cover Story – MAUI TAIKO

George Furukawa Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Kay Fukumoto of Maui Taiko is the embodiment of a treasured legacy that continues to resonate today, despite the ravages of a global pandemic and the devastating loss of...

Cover Story – NOT JUST ANOTHER WAR STORY

Local filmmaker seeks support to complete AJA war film Eric Nemoto Special to The Hawai‘i Herald You can’t go to Bruyères, France, and not be affected by the reverence that the town people have for the 100th...

Cover Story – UPWARD BOUND

Alysa Tomasa Commentary After more than 20 years, WCC’s Upward Bound program will not be funded for the next five-year grant cycle, leaving potential first-generation college students without a place they call their second home. For...
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Dialogue – SUMMER’S HERE

Summer Nakaishi Commentary Hello, Hawai‘i Herald readers! In the last issue, Kristen Nemoto Jay introduced herself as the Herald’s new editor, and I’m excited (and nervous) to fill her shoes and the many other esteemed women...
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Dialogue – ALOHA!

Kristen Nemoto Jay Commentary For those that don’t know me already, my name is Kristen Nemoto Jay. I’m the new editor for The Hawai‘i Herald. I come from a small but profound list of amazing women...
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Dialogue – MAHALO TO MY HAWAI‘I HERALD ‘OHANA

Jodie Chiemi Ching Commentary By the time this article is published, I will have passed my editing pen to Kristen Nemoto Jay. I will be at the State Capitol at Gov. David Ige’s office as a...
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Earth Day – NEW SOLAR FARM ON HAWAI‘I ISLAND

George Furukawa Special to The Hawai‘i Herald The completion of a 1.2 MW solar farm and 500 kW battery storage system for the Mauna Loa Macadamia Nuts plant in Kea‘au on the Big Island is the...

Entertainment – COMEDY IS DANGEROUS, YOU COULD GET SLAPPED

Worse Than Losing Our Hair, We Are Losing Our Sense of Humor Ryan Matsumoto Commentary, Special to The Hawai‘i Herald The first time I got slapped was in the third grade when I called Shelly Hirayama “Smelly...
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HOLIDAY COOKING – OMG! THE “MOCHI MAGIC” COOKBOOK IS SUPER KAWAII!

Jodie Chiemi Ching Commentary “Mochi Magic” (Storey Publishing, 2020) is written by Kaori Becker, a cook who specializes in Japanese cuisine. Filled with beautiful photographs of 50 varieties of traditional and modern mochi recipes, this cookbook...

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