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Episode 4: Hawaii

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Hawaii, known to Westerners in the Second Decade as “the Sandwich Islands,” was a rich and vibrant place, and the 1810s were arguably the most exciting time in its history. 176 more words


Marquee Matchup: Kamehameha vs. (2) Punahou

The Buffanblu are looking to get their fifth state tournament ticket in six years.

They’re undefeated so far against the Warriors this season and led by senior signal caller Nick Kapule.  63 more words

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Johnny on the Go: Kamehameha head coach Abu Maafala

This week, Johnny visits Kamehameha head coach Abu Ma‘afala.

While Ma‘afala wasn’t born in the ’70s, the Warriors were something to reckon with in that decade. 53 more words

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Day 2: Goku, "Dragon Ball Z"


You can destroy planets, but you can never destroy what I am, friend. I am the hope of the universe, I am the answer to all living things that cry out for peace. 141 more words

31 Days Of Halloween

Battlefield Hamakua

Hamakua is the ancient district of the Island of Hawai`i in which I have lived since arriving in the Islands in 1973. Following is one of a number of articles I wrote for… 776 more words

Hāmākua Hawai`i

Taps: Robert K. Nalaielua, Jr.

Robert K. Nalaielua, Jr. was born on April 13, 1942 in Wailuku, Maui, entered the gates of heaven on June 30, 2016.

After graduating from Kamehameha High School in 1960, Robert (Bob) served 26 years of military service combined between both active duty in the United States Army and the Air Force National Guard. 136 more words

Hawaii Air National Guard (HIANG)