Group photo at the summit of Mt. Whitney, "Mission Accomplished" (www.nathankelleyphoto.com/John -Muir-Trail-2016)

Lead Story – America The Beautiful, Hiking The John Muir Trail

Alan Suemori Special to The Hawai‘i Herald   Stretching out along the spine of the Sierra Nevadas, the John Muir Trail unwinds like a languorous serpent sunning itself on a lazy afternoon. Those who have completed its...
Photo of Küpuna Sadao Honda and interviewer Dana Okuma.

Lead Story – “Crossing Bridges”, A Celebration of Wahiawa’s People and History

Gail Honda Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Hundreds of Wahiawä residents gathered under the stars at the Wahiawä Hongwanji Mission on a cool, crisp Dec. 10 evening for a reception celebrating the debut of a photography...
Cover photo of 12/16 issue, a little girl enjoying Kauai's Flying Saucers

Lead Story – Flying Saucers Invade Kaua‘i

Gerald Hirata Special to The Hawai‘i Herald In the last few years, there have been published reports of Flying Saucer sightings on Kaua‘i. But the community here doesn’t seem to be at all concerned. In fact,...
Photo of issue's cover photo, "Pearl Harbor, From War To Peace"

Lead Story – Fighting Two Wars

Japanese Americans Were Forced to Fight Two Battles in World War II Karleen C. Chinen On this 75th anniversary of Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, many people are seeking out the newspapers of December 1941 for...
Photo of Dr. Fujio Matsuda

Lead Story – Japanese Eyes, Hawaiian Heart

“We are a Model of What America Can Become,” Former UH President Fujio Matsuda Tells Young Vision Crafters Dr. Fujio Matsuda Published with Permission Editor’s note: What does the future hold for Hawai‘i? Is it a future...
Photo of Toshiro Mifune on a movie set

Cover Story – “Mifune: The Last Samurai”

  Filmmaker Steven Okazaki's New Film Highlights the Life and Work of the Masterful Toshiro Mifune Alan Suemori Special to The Hawai‘i Herald In 1950, Toshiro Mifune exploded upon the world stage, delivering an epic performance in Japanese film...
Photo of John “Prime” Hina at work on a mural.

Lead Story – “Mele Murals”, Art is Life. Film Chronicles the Story of the...

Roy Kimura Special to The Hawai‘i Herald “Mele Murals” is a documentary directed, produced and edited by Tadashi “Tad” Nakamura (director also of “Jake Shimabukuro: Life on Four Strings”). The film was co-produced by ‘Öiwi TV...
Photo of owners and husband and wife, Betty and Calvin Shibuya

Cover Story – Happy 100th, Komoda Store & Bakery! The Makawao Institution is Still...

Melissa Tanji Special to The Hawai‘i Herald  T. Komoda Store & Bakery in the Upcountry Maui town of Makawao is celebrating the kind of milestone family-run mom-and-pop businesses rarely achieve: its centennial. Yes, 100 years in business....
Photo of Ishikawa grandsons attended July book launch of their grandmother's, Barbara Kawakami, story.

Cover Story – “Picture Bride Stories” Historian Barbara Kawakami’s Long-Awaited Book is a Treasure

Karleen C. Chinen Thirty. “Thirty” is a number that comes up often in conversations about Barbara F. Kawakami’s long-awaited book, “Picture Bride Stories.” That is how long the methodical Kawakami has been working on this...
Cover of Issue featuring Hoku restaurant and title "Serving Up Aloha in Finland"

Cover Story – Loco Moco .. in Finland?! You Bet, Thanks to Chef Ryan...

Lorraine Oda Special to The Hawai‘i Herald A sansei from Pearl City is sharing some of Hawai‘i’s favorite dishes in the faraway land where he now makes his home. Ryan Shibuya, whose restaurant, Hoku, located in the...

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