In an effort to spread the “Aloha Spirit,” Na Kolea organizes an annual Lu’au that showcases our members in a cultural performance of different types of hula and Polynesian dance, as well as features some of Hawaii’s most ono (tasty) traditional foods.
The “Island Tree” logo is more than just a design on t-shirt, it has grown into a symbol of community and solidarity among people who love Hawaii, and one we immediately associate with the HiLife Clothing brand.
Outside of Hawaii, finding grocery markets with local kine foods has always been a struggle. Thankfully, there are three popular Japanese markets in Costa Mesa that carry Hawaiian foods: Mitsuwa, Seiwa, and Tokyo Central (formerly… [Continue Reading]
Today marks 60 years since the Grand Opening of Leonard’s Bakery at their current Kapahulu location. Mahalo for six decades of malasadas!
Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) is seeking teachers for the 2017-18 school year with plans to visit Los Angeles on April 7-8, 2017 for one of six out-of-state recruitment trips.
Two Pacific Islanders are among the nominees for the 59th annual Grammy Awards! “E Walea” by Kalani Pe’a earned a nomination for Best Regional Roots Music Album, and “Rose Petals” by J Boog has been nominated for Best Reggae Album.
This year was life-changing. But to be fair, every year is life-changing. Every moment has an impact – whether minimal or monumental, superficial or profound. One moment, in particular, happened for me a couple of… [Continue Reading]
The complete version of the 2016 Merrie Monarch Festival is now available for purchase through Island Heritage! The 4-disc DVD Set includes over 10 hours of footage, featuring the Merrie Monarch Festival in its entirety, Miss Aloha Hula competition, interviews and the awards presentation.