Hawaii Island’s Kilauea volcano has simmered down recently, with raging rivers of lava down to a trickle this week. For visitors on boat and helicopter tours, the dramatic scenes of the last few weeks
On May 1, Hawaii became the first state to pass a bill banning the sale of sunscreen containing chemicals believed to harm coral reefs. The legislation prohibits the distribution of sunscreens containing
What does it mean when Hawaiians bestow a flower lei around your neck? “When you give a lei, you’re giving your intentions to that person, so lei are given for all sorts of occasions,” said Emily Steele
Despite recent flooding, farmers in Hawaii’s East Oahu say they will turn the spotlight on their products as planned during the Parade of Farms in early May. Torrential rain on April 20, KITV reported,
How did Polynesian canoe Hokulea travel around the world? Honolulu museum show focuses on ancient journeys
Hokulea, a traditional double-hulled Polynesian traveling canoe, took three years to travel around the world. Now a new exhibition at Honolulu’s Bishop Museum tells the story of the journey and other voyages.
Coffee farmers on Hawaii Island come together each November for the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival, a celebration of the harvest of the bright red “cherries” that contain prized coffee beans. True coffee