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Kahi Mea I Aloha Ia, mele by Hiʻilei Manoi-Hyde

In her beautiful Hawaiian language composition, Kahi Mea I Aloha Ia, Hiʻilei Manoi-Hyde sings of longing, of her beloved who is absent and traveling...
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Kahoʻolawe ’88, a poem by Tracy Dixon

Before he came to Leeward CC as a student, Navy veteran Tracy Dixon spent three years removing ordnance at Kahoʻolawe as an Explosive Ordnance...
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See you in Spring 2016

Mahalo ā nui for your support. Weʻll be back in the spring with more new wonderful writing and arts. See you then! (image courtesy...
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Ma Puʻuloa Kuʻu Aloha, a mele for Patsy Dudoit by Mālia Helelā

Thanksgiving is a time of expressing gratitude for the people in our lives. In her beautiful original mele, kumu Mālia Helelā expresses her affection...
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Ka Pō, Photographs by Kahoʻolemana Naone

Pō is the night, the realm of the gods. In Ka Pō, Hawaiian scholar, photographer, and Hālau ʻIke O Puʻuloa/Leeward CC graduate Kahoʻolemana Naone...
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Once and Future, Short Fiction by Will Gutzman

Our kuleana at Pūpū A ʻO ʻEwa is to encourage writers and artists to explore their voices and to provide a creative space for...
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No Namaka Kailialoha laua o Alea Hoohihikeaumoe, haku ‘ia e Hi’ilei Manoi-Hyde

In her beautiful Hawaiian language composition, Hiʻilei Mano-Hyde celebrates the birth of Namakea and Aleʻa, the twins of her dear friend. This wonderful video...
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March On, a video by Courtney Takabayashi

Come along with Joe and Mara as they hunt for the night marchers in March On, the hilariously spooky video by blogger, storyteller, and...
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Kamalu Hawaiʻi, Block Prints by Kaleialoha Lum-Ho

Native Hawaiian educator Kaleialoha Lum-Ho is the artist behind the popular line of clothing and accessories, Kamalu Hawaiʻi.  Her designs are distinctly Hawaiian.  Kaleialoha creates hand carved...
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Hoʻōla at Hālawa, photographs by Kai Markell

Hawai’i’s prisons are filled with Native Hawaiian men and women, more than any other ethnic group. Current punitive practices do not provide for culturally...