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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)

'No local address.' Crazed vagrants unleash mayhem

A ranting homeless lunatic allegedly stabbed a good Samaritan to death in Kapiolani Park the other day after the victim tried to defuse a confrontation between the loon and a hapless bystander. 133 more words

Hawaiian Vintage: Where to Find It and What to Expect

It’s absolutely no secret that I am a diehard fan of Hawaiian prints. From retro goodness to true vintage treasures, there’s absolutely nothing that parallels Hawaiian or Tiki as a summer “must-have”. 1,152 more words


Hawai'i-- Day Six! +Closing Thoughts

My final day in Hawaii has come at last and I’m proud to say that I definitely made the most of it. Jesse and I started off the day at the Aloha swap meet in town, where I found some last-minute souvenirs to take home. 1,301 more words

TEDxHonolulu 2016

Volunteered at our very successful TEDxHonolulu 2016 event at the Blaisdell Concert Hall. This year’s theme was “Flow.” It was one of our better events for attendees due to the rich interactive exhibits. 159 more words