A Whale of an Artist

Last March, a beached whale on the rocky shore of Kahului Harbor near Kanaloa Avenue captured the attention of visitors and local residents.

Broke Da Mout: June Edition

Conveyor Belt sushi is genius. Genki has actually taken the technology one step further and changed the conveyor belt to a bullet train that arrives at your table.

Limu: The Good, the Bad, and the Tasty

Whether you enjoy poke, sushi or ice cream—you already eat seaweed and seaweed-derived products. Locally known as limu or ogo, these marine algae are vital to the environment, culturally important, and have serious economic value.

Wahine at the Helm

Wahine at the Helm

When the Polynesian Voyaging Society’s two flagship canoes, Hōkūle‘a and Hikianalia, set sail from Hilo on a “Kealaikahiki” voyage to Tahiti April 18, something was different from past trips. For the first time, Hōkūle‘a was both captained and navigated by a woman....

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Navigating the Gender Gap

Navigating the Gender Gap

Captain Susie’s last name is Grubler, but around the harbor “Susie” suffices. With a reputation as a trail-blazer, she was one of the first female captains to sail out of Lāhainā.

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