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'Ohana

‘Ohana means family. Families are bound together and members must cooperate and remember each other, according to Wikipedia. And ‘ohana is such an integral part of Hawaiian culture that an ‘ohana unit is part of a house or a separate structure on the same lot that may contain a relative, but which may not be rented to the general public. 236 more words

Tragedy shaping Duke Kahanamoku, 1910.

DROWNED WITHOUT RECEIVING HELP.

In the afternoon of this past Sunday at perhaps 4 or so, while a group of young children were swimming ocean side of the Moana Hotel, there was a youngster swimming with them by the name of John A. 287 more words

Death Announcement

today's birthday: Duke Kahanamoku (1890)

Duke Kahanamoku (1890)

Kahanamoku, known as the “Big Kahuna,” was an Olympic champion swimmer who is generally credited with introducing the modern sport of surfing to the West, starting with… 58 more words

Duke's Oceanfest Hawaii Longboard Results

The 19th annual Duke’s OceanFest is a water events celebration in Waikiki in honour of the great waterman Duke Kahanamoku. The multi-sport event has been happening on the shores of famous Queen’s beach over the last week and wrapping up on Sunday 24th August, The Duke’s Birthday, at the peak of the Hawaiian Summer. 371 more words

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KHON2 competes in Duke's OceanFest in Waikiki

Duke’s OceanFest continues through the weekend in Waikiki.

On Friday morning, hundreds of spectators packed Queen’s Beach to honor Hawaii’s most famous waterman, Duke Kahanamoku. 179 more words

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Duke's Oceanfest 2014 Live!


What are you doing this weekend? Nothing? Great! If you are fortunate enough to be on Oahu then you should head down to the Duke’s Oceanfest in Waikiki. 140 more words