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Vol. 16, no. 1
February/March 2013


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Hana Hou!
Vol. 16, no. 1
February/March 2013

Native Intelligence


When Honolulu's splashy, flashy and bold prints took the fashion world by storm

Geocaching puts a high-tech spin on the scavenger hunt

In Hawai'i's dry lowlands, the surviving wiliwili are defying the odds


Every spring the Kamehameha Schools song contest pits freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors against each other — and may the best voices win
Sonny Bradley builds the fastest canoes in the world
One hundred years on, the Hawai‘i State Library proves that the Internet isn’t everything
The year kukui nut jewelry caught fire
The Natural Area Reserves System is defending the Islands’ most sensitive ecologies
Pioneer of modern dance Jean Erdman spent a lifetime exploring movement and myth
UH Manoa, that’s who

Pau Hana


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