HONOLULU — A 101-year-old World War II veteran from Hawaii has received the Congressional Gold Medal for his service.
HONOLULU — The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands has told the federal government that it would accept a 0.125 square mile parcel in Ewa Beach that the state agency plans to eventually redevelop to provide homesteads for Native Hawaiians.
Classical music is full of dance tunes: gavottes, minuets, gigues, pavanes; because music was written for the entertainment of wealthy aristocrats, and their parties often included dancing. The Galliard was a French Renaissance dance in which the man shows off his prowess with leaps and flourishes, like birds who strut their stuff to win their fair lady.
When challenges presented by the COVID-19 global pandemic forced the cancellation of a campus tradition, a handful of Kamehameha Schools Hawaii haumana decided to put their creativity to the test, turning the usual live Hoʻike performance into a one-hour feature film.
The species recovery effort known as The ‘Alala Project is announcing the next steps in the recovery efforts of ‘alala (Hawaiian crow).
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden set about convincing America it needs his $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan on Thursday, deputizing a five-member “jobs Cabinet” to help in the effort. But the enormity of his task was clear as Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s vowed to oppose the plan “every step of the way.”
SRINAGAR, India — The machine guns peeking over parapets of small, sandbagged concrete bunkers and the heavy artillery cannons dug deep into Himalayan Kashmir’s rugged terrain have fallen silent.
Pahoa High’s Hoku Haliniak probably never thought she’d be so cheerful just to be giving a temperature check.
Miguel Cabrera took a trot, eventually, in the snow at Comerica Park. Mookie Betts started the champion Los Angeles Dodgers with a hit at Coors Field. And the Bleacher Creatures did their thing at Yankee Stadium.
Jiohvani and Ariana Soto Ramos eat, sleep and breathe boxing.