Cover Story – GENERATIONAL PIES

The Hori family’s continued passion for baking Jackie Kojima Special to The Hawai‘i Herald In 1932, Yoshio and Miyako Hori brought two babies into the world: their son, Richard Yasuo Hori, and their bakery. Yoshio, a former...
Coach Oda observing a young player’s pitch. (Photo by Brandon Miyagi)

Cover Story – SUPER COACH!

Alysa Tomasa Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Even those who have never watched a Little League Baseball game know the name “Gerald Oda,” manager of the two-time Little League Baseball World Series Championship team, first in...

Cover Story – NON-POLITICAL QUESTIONS WE ASKED CANDIDATES

Election Day is upon us! Voters should begin receiving their ballots in the mail for the general election on Friday, Oct. 21. To get to know the candidates better, The Hawai‘i Herald asked the...
“Wordsworth the Poet.”

Lead Story – WORDSWORTH THE POET GOES ON STAGE

Renelaine Pfister   "Wordsworth (The Musical)” took 50 years to come to fruition, according to Frances Kakugawa who wrote the children’s books the musical is based on. “A good lesson on patience,” she says.  This musical is...

Cover Story – PROUD!

Three Inspiring “Out” Stories and the Love They Now Feel for Themselves Kristen Nemoto Jay This month, in celebration with Honolulu Pride, The Hawai‘i Herald proudly presents its inaugural Pride issue, featuring stories about the lesbian,...

Cover Story -MICKEY IS DYING

Renelaine Pfister Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Many people ponder death with fear and trepidation, but 64-year-old Mickey Weems faces death with remarkable positivity. Weems was diagnosed with prostate cancer in the spring of 2021 and...

Cover Story – FRESH CATCH

The life, work and love of a gyotaku artist Carolyn Morinishi Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Preserving a traditional Japanese art can sometimes be a daunting task. In our electronics-obsessed and internet-connected society, the patience required to...

Cover Story – WELCOME BACK!

40th Annual Okinawan Festival! The Hawaii United Okinawa Association is excited to be back in-person for the 40th Okinawan Festival on Saturday, Sept. 3 and Sunday, Sept. 4 at the Hawai‘i Convention Center. Despite being...

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...

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