Na Wehi: Fashion Show is a fundraising event to benefit the Sandwich Islands Network (SIN) – an internet radio station dedicated to island music
Guest author, Paul “Hiapo” Hiapomalulani Elderts, shares a brief history of Makahiki.
A young multi-racial Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) woman, filmmaker Christen Hepuakoa Marquez, sets out to discover the meaning of her …
Need a little financial help to pay for college? There are scholarships available to persons of Native Hawaiian ancestry! (list in article)
Often eaten with just your fingers fingers, poi is described as one- two- or three-finger, depending on its thickness. Below you’ll find a simple, easy-to-follow recipe for “two finger poi”. Traditionally, Hawaiians cooked the starchy, potato-like taro root for several hours in an imu. It was then pounded on large flat boards called papa ku`i`ai, […]
Doesn’t an icy cold, onolicious, Hawai’i brewed Primo Beer sound perfect right about now? Well, look no further! For nearly 10 years, Primo beer was only available on the islands. Due to popular demand, Primo Island Lager is available in select bars and retail locations throughout California. (list below) Though, there have been some changes […]
Singer-songwriter Tini Grey releases his third solo album, Thoughts of Christmas
Jim “Kimo” West is an award-winning Hawaiian Slack Key guitar master. Read his interview as he shares about his new album, Ki Ho’alu Christmastime!
“Emma Roll has been a passionate supporter of the Pacific Island community on the West Coast, working as Director of Visual Media for www.betelnutradio.com‘s hit radio show The BBQ. Along with program hosts Q and Joe Sav, she has been at the forefront of Pacific Islander events and concerts throughout California (PIFA, various concerts) and […]
Born of Samoan heritage, Tini Grey grew up in a musical family as the son of well-known Samoan singer/songwriter Jerome Grey who “defined a genre of …
Eddie Kaulukukui is a singer, songwriter and actor who has shined as a Disneyland entertainer for over seven years, lit up Times Square as a …
Trisha (Scanlan) Pereira is an artist who uses pyrography, carving and dyes to create intricate designs on gourds, frames and other wood pieces. She is an American-born Samoan, the youngest of five to Anthony and Line Scanlan, born in the High Desert of California (Ridgecrest). Trisha currently resides in Carson, CA with her husband of […]
Pacific Islander Heritage Night at Dodger Stadium will be held on Thursday, May 29th, 2014. Support your local community while you enjoy watching Dodger baseball!
Makanani Rickard shares about the Hawaii’s Daughters Guild of California, a nonprofit hui dedicated to perpetuating the arts and culture of Hawai’i.
Photos from the Na Wehi Fashion Event on October 5, 2013 at Hula Halau O Lilinoe
Anamativa Grey Niumata and Eddie Kaulukukui will emcee the Sandwich Islands Network Inaugural Fundraiser, Na Wehi: a Fashion, Music and Food Event
Hele mai kakou i ka paka and enjoy the celebration of the 35th year of HICCSC hosting the ho’olaule’a at Alondra Park
The 4th Annual Inland Empire Ho’olaule’a will be held on Saturday, June 22 & Sunday, June 23, 2013
Jeremy Fulton is a Disney Imagineer whose works revolve around the art of typography – check out his poster for the Tiki Room’s 50th Anniversary!
Dave Avanzino is among a select group of artists to create artwork for the merchandise event to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Enchanted Tiki Room.
Which would you like to appear as a downloadable Disney Parks Blog wallpaper?