ʻŌhiʻa Lehua Legend

ʻŌhiʻa Lehua Legend This Hawaiian Legend explains how the ʻŌhiʻa Lehua Tree & Flower Blossom got their names. The story takes place in the Puna District on the Big Island of Hawai’i. Pele, Goddess of Volcanoes & Fire was deeply attracted to a strong,...

Aloha – Hawaiian Word

Aloha Little Grass Shack Hua ‘Olelo o ka Lā, the Hawaiian Word of the day: Aloha: love, affection, compassion, greeting, regards, hello, goodbye,...

Mamo Clark Hawaiian Born Actress

Mamo Clark, was a Hawaiian-born actress, born on December 6, 1914 in Honolulu, Hawaii to father Joseph Kealakaimana Clark & mother Evelina Mahoe Clark. Her mother past away that same year.

Hoʻoponopono – Hawaiian Word

Ho’oponopono Ka Hua ‘Ōlelo O Ka Lā The Hawaiian Word Of The Day ho’oponopono: to make good, make right, correct, revise, adjust, amend, regulate, arrange; Hoʻoponopono is a Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and...

Hawaiian Makahiki Season

Hawaiian Makahiki Season The ancient Hawaiians split the year into two seasons. The first was called the Makahiki season which was a period of four lunar months and honored the god Lono. The second season lasted eight lunar months where rituals of Kū were practiced....

Hekili’s Corner: Asian Style BBQ Ribs

Hekili’s Corner: Asian Style BBQ Ribs Ingredients: 10 lbs. – Pork Ribs (cut in to 2 bone pcs.) Glaze: 2 C. – Soy Sauce .25 C. – Sesame Oil 2 C. – Brown Sugar 4 Tbsp. – Garlic, Minced 2 Tsbp. – Ginger, Minced 1 Tbsp. Samba Chili .5...

Chef Hekili T Apao

UNLV Alumni Hekili T Apao is a Chef Instructor for the Harrah College of Hospitality at the University of Nevada Las Vegas.

Brother Noland

Known as the “Father of Jawaiian Music.” Fluid in both Slack Key and standard guitar tunings, Brother Noland goes wherever the music carries him.