Man with gloves around fire for 'Hands on Raku'

Hands on Raku

WHO/WHAT: Held in conjunction with The Visible Hand: Hawai‘i Craftsmen Statewide Exhibition, this workshop will provide a hands-on opportunity to work with Hawai‘i Craftsmen members while learning about the Raku process. Participants will glaze...
Historical Fiction by Michael G. Malaghan

Historical Fiction – “A Question of Loyalty”

Michael G. Malaghan Special to The Hawai‘i Herald PART ONE: DAY OF INFAMY December 7, 1941 (continued from Oct. 4, 2019) The breezes of Püowaina, the “hill of sacrifice” that the locals referred to simply as “Punchbowl,” swept scents of plumeria blossoms through the open kitchen louvers of the FBI director’s home. The sun sparkled....
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CULTURE 4KIDS! By Carolyn Kubota Morinishi and Marian Kurasaki Kubota To learn how you can create this issue’s craft or featured activity, please click below to subscribe to our online subscription or complete and submit a form here to subscribe to our print edition.
Book cover titled 'Raced to Death in 1920's Hawaii' by Jonathan Y. Okamura

Book Review – “Raced to Death”, Analyzing the Myles Fukunaga Case

Franklin Ng Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Many people like to read murder mysteries. But, as Professor Jonathan Okamura of the University of Hawai‘i’s Ethnic Studies Department notes, a murder can reveal much about race relations in the Islands before World War II. In his newly published book from the University of Illinois Press, “Raced....
Rev. Paul Osumi

Today’s Thought

by Rev. Paul S. Osumi Reprinted with permission LIFE’S PRISON “Stone walls do not prison make, nor iron bars a cage.” All of the people who are in prison are not behind bars. Many are victims of...
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A STICKY SLIMY WAY TO TURN BACK THE CLOCK ON THE AGING PROCESS: KONBU, RICH IN IODINE AND CALCIUM FOR LONG LIFE (Part 6) Traditionally, konbu was prized as an offering at various events and celebrations...
'Seven Detectives 1.'


“Konko Mission,” Saturday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. The awe-inspiring movie about the life of Konko Daijin, the founder of the Konko faith. “Stepmother Blues,” Sunday at 8 p.m.; repeats on Monday, at 1 p.m. Akiko Iwaki is a career woman who works very hard at her job. She gets married to Ryoichi Miyamoto who....
'I Bought My Boyfriend on a Loan'

NGN Programs (part II)

“Fuefuki Doji Dai-nibu Yojutsu no Tosou (Clan Revival 2),” 1954 jidaigeki/action film, 44 minutes. Directed by Ryo Hagiwara. Starring Ryunosuke Tsukigata, Chiyonosuke Azuma and Kinnosuke Nakamura. The adventures of two brothers, Hagimaru and Kikumaru, continue. Evil sorcerer Kojiro attempts to get rid of Kikumaru, who uses his flute to fight against Kojiro’s magical power.
Comic Shushin, November 1, 2019 Issue


Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii Hito no sei ni shite iru koto o Minna jibun no sei ni shite mina Kitto umaku iku yo Instead of blaming others, Put the blame on yourself. And surely things will be...
Taiko drummer, Hisakatsu Yokoyama, and fellow evacuees of Futaba, Fukushima fight to keep their beloved “Futaba Bon-Uta” alive after their furusato, or hometown, is wiped out by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that hit the Töhoku region in Japan. (Photos courtesy 2018 Telecom Staff, Inc.)

Film Review – “Bon-Uta, a Song from Home”

A Heartwarming Documentary About Hawai‘i and Fukushima Jodie Chiemi Ching Like most of us who grew up in Hawai‘i, my fondest memories are from “small-kid-time.” On Hayden Street in Kapahulu, I met my first best friend — Leimana, learned to swim and fish for ‘oama at Waikiki Beach and heard about Hawaiian Night Marchers that....

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