Sunday's show will be musically marvelous, and elevates the values of kokua and aloha to the global stage. These living concepts make Hawai'i an exceptional environment of compassion and cooperation, and the world could certainly use more of these.
We have a responsibility to protect this island -- and, in fact, all ocean habitats -- from the scourge of plastic pollution.
Network mapping is a growing discipline and is being leveraged in fascinating ways, from discovering the romance across Facebook connections to discovering the interactions between proteins.
The agencies responsible for wildlife control have tried non-lethal methods to chase away the egrets and owls, but the birds returned. Apparently out of non-cruel options, the government is mandating "the final solution."
The banyan, which hails from India and is considered sacred there, is one of the world's largest trees.
Trivago has compiled a list of ten of the top luxury dwellings in the Hawaiian islands. You're likely to ogle over them, with or without Jennifer Lawrence.
Before the year wraps we wanted to take a look at images from Pow! Wow! Hawaii as it enters its fifth year with a collection of images recently capt...
Rep. Bob McDermott filed a lawsuit last week that seeks to overturn the new marriage equality law. Last month McDermott tried -- and failed -- to prevent the law from taking effect. His latest suit will get a hearing in January.
As I come to West Maui for another year to cover tournament host Chaminade and deliver another edition of PacWest Magazine, I find myself searching for the next local boy in the stands that may get the chance like me to be on the other side of the rope in a decade or so.
The world needs our compassion -- now more than ever. And that compassion begins with you and with me. Start by practicing compassion for yourself and those closest to you.
I pass some nice remodeled houses and even a family of chickens. I arrive at the end of the road where the pavement ends, I get off my bike and make the short trek of rock and dirt up to Positive Energetics Foundation.
I moseyed on over to a panel discussion up at UH Manoa, entitled, "Coexist or Die." I figured at least they were bringing together various movement activists, so it looked like they were working toward the "coexist" part, and trying to avoid the "die" part.
You might think it would be easy to return the. U.S. to a more sustainable way of life. After all, it's simple to plant a garden, raise some chickens and supplement your family's diet right in your own back yard. But it goes much deeper than that.
Not homeless, shopping carts. This isn't an issue about homeless in my representative's mind, it's about shopping carts. It's about cleanliness.
In fact, it was even a big week just for political anniversaries. Fifty years ago this week, an event of no little importance happened. I speak, of course, tomorrow's 50th anniversary of the first broadcast of Doctor Who by the BBC.
I sat on one of the panels, and said that our sustainability philosophy has to do with taking a long-term view of things. We are always moving so we'll be in the proper position for the environment we anticipate five, 10 and 20 years from now.