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Crewmembers are seeing that their mission of Malama Honua lives on.
Katy is a bright, joyful 3-year-old, unwilling to let the lines tethering her to a machine keep her from dancing on the hospital lanai.
Clinton asked about the voyage, and they talked about the state of the earth.
Officials want to ensure everything runs smoothly and safely for the canoes, crews, and the public.
Mother Nature will decide how close the canoes can get to Magic Island.
A room at Queen’s Medical Center has been transformed into a lei-making shop.
Budding young chefs in a nationally recognized culinary arts program say they’re game for competing with the best that Waikiki has to offer.
Guiding the canoe will be Tahiti’s first navigator in more than two centuries.
From Tahiti, the crews will make their way back home to Hawaii to complete malama honua, or voyage around the world.
The crew sailed nearly 2,000 nautical miles and was headed by a first-time captain.
“I think that we will, at some point, find Peter Boy. Not alive, but I think at some point we will.”
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The Galapagos are made of 19 islands known for their endemic species
The school held a blessing this week for the state-funded, $15 million project.
A self-taught musician, Kamae developed an instantly recognizable and flowing, melodic style of playing the ukulele.
Third-graders from Maemae Elementary School weren’t buying anything for themselves, but they still had the best time.
Wishes were put on a list, given to Iolani teachers, and personally selected by the students.
The greatest need for this family is financial assistance for medical bills.
Mom’s husband passed away a little more than two years ago, when their youngest was one year old.
Their oldest child has special needs, and Mom and Dad work hard with his physician to meet those needs.