Posts Tagged ‘Hawaiian’

Nanakuli, Waianae Neighborhood Boards Create Committees for Hawaiian Affairs

The Hawaiian Affairs Committee of the Nanakuli-Maile Neighborhood Board met on August 18, 2015, to discuss Hawaiian Homelands rules and regulations, Hawaiian Electric Company’s desecration of Mauna Kapu land, and supporti...


Native Hawaiians Feel Entitled to Grab “Stolen” Lands

In the 21st century native Hawaiians are finding reasons to occupy land and obstruct any development established by Western and American institutions and businesses. Most protestors claim the right to protect cultural values an...


Waianae is offered opportunities to produce electricity

At the general meeting of the Waianae Neighborhood Board on April 4, 2014, Randy Stevens presented  a proposal for the EURUS Energy America Corporation regarding a 200-acre photovoltaic (PV) farm. The business intends to sell ...


Makaha Canoe Club continues Hawaiian community sport

Makaha, a little rural  town of approximately 9,000 people on Oahu, is famous for its surfing beach where popular tournaments are held during the winter season. When spring arrives, the community looks forward to other sports,...



Kapolei Library exhibits art of John M. Kelly, “the Gaugin of Hawaii”

Throughout the month of March, 2014, Kapolei Public Library is displaying the art works of John Melville Kelly (1878-1962), renowned  throughout the United States for his etchings, oil paintings, lithographs, prints, and water...


Kapolei Public Library offers Christmas holiday concert

Melemai Kapu’uwaimai Chorale and Vocal Ensemble will perform a concert of beautiful holiday music at Kapolei Public Library, Tuesday, December 17, 2013 at 6:30 pm. This free concert features Christmas and Hawaiian favorit...


Waianae Neighborhood Board provides forum for school and education concerns

The Education Committee of the Waianae Neighborhood Board will hold a meeting on Thursday, November 14, 2013, at Waianae High School, Room B105, located at 85-251 Farrington Highway, 4:00- 6:00 P.M. Chairman Calvin Endo will le...


Waianae Library News – September 2013

Greetings from Waianae Public Library, Waianae Public Library would like to publicize the first of two upcoming program to be held at Waianae Public Library. The first one will be held on Saturday, October 26, at 10 AM. This pr...



Hawaiian Farmer Mass Death “Holocaust” Site Now Called “Ho’opili”

The largest population on the Island of Oahu – at Honouliuli, a vastly rich one thousand year old ancient farming area, was quickly wiped out by the introduction of Western diseases.This is one of the largest known mass d...


Stovetop Kalua Chicken

Aloha! Here is a recipe for Hawaiian kalua chicken which tastes much like kalua pig, the Hawaiian version of smoked pulled pork. Kalua pig is usually the main dish at an island luau party.  The traditional way of roasting a pi...


Nanakuli High School Students Show Aloha Doing Service Projects

Students at Nanakuli High School are active with service projects this month in January. The Interact Club helped the Kapolei Rotary Club serve lunch to the veterans at their Kalaeloa facility on New Year’s Day. Again, wi...


Waianae Neighborhood Board Nixes Makaha Sober House, Ponder Homeless In The Brush

On December 4, 2012, the Waianae Neighborhood Board voted to deny support for a conditional use permit (CUP) to expand an alcohol and drug group living facility. R. Elsey, the applicant for the CUP, plans to increase their grou...