Saturday, May 21, 2022
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Camp Mokuleia is having a first ever luau fundraiser to bring local children, from Waialua, Waianae, Hau’ula, Waipahu and other areas to the camp. Reverend David Turner, the Executive Director, has been overwhelmed by the task of restoring the camp from damages of the last winter’s monster waves. The Luau...
What's your calling? What motivates you to get out into the urban world to stand and speak for positive vision of the future? In 2007, as he lay in the hospital, his body succumbing to the ravages of chemo and cancer, my younger brother called me out. I was there with...
Editor’s Note:  Several days ago I received the news of the passing away of Alex du Prel, a renaissance man and one of the only muckraking Journalists in French Polynesia. Born in Vienna, January 15, 1944, he was very European in temperament but American by nationality. Alex led a...
For Aunty Margaret's haumāna, Lomilomi is not just massage, it is the physiotherapy, the medicine; it is the spiritual healing of the Hawaiian people. As a distinctly kānaka cultural practice, it is not a technique. A Lomilomi therapist must practice daily hoʻoponopono, or, making right of out-of-balance situations in her/his...
When I first read the description of Mad World, the debut feature of Hong Kong filmmaker Wong Chun on the Honolulu Film Festival website it seemed well...pretty damned depressing. This initially tempered my enthusiasm to view the film, but my better sense prevailed. I was curious to see what this young director had to express about...
Hawaii-based filmmaker Cindy Iodice (Writer/Director) is the recipient of the prestigious Accolade Award of Recognition for her short film. The Bridge is a narrative fictional story about Pono, a tenacious seven-year old Hawaiian boy who lives with his family in a five-story tree house, deep in the rainforest of...
What if you could discover time-tested shamanic journeying practices from ancient and traditional lineages — and journey to connect with the “Oversoul” of your Higher Self as a portal to higher dimensions of consciousness? If you’re not familiar with the Oversoul, it’s the part of your being that connects you...