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The Epic Maui Surf Break called 'Jaws'

The legendary surfing nirvana on the north shore of Maui, 3 miles east of Paia, received its suitably scary nickname from three surfers in 1975. The nickname came from the film “Jaws” and the unpredictability of a shark attack. Frankly, considering the size and ferocity of the swells at Jaws, it’s surprising that surfers..

The Taro Plant An Intrinsic part of Hawaiian Culture

The Taro plant is a staple of the Native Hawaiian diet. But taro is much more, so much more that it is central to Hawaiian culture. Hawaiians believe that the taro plant is sacred. Called “kalo” in Hawaiian, Taro is a key part of the Native Hawaiian creation story. In ancient Hawaii, taro was at the spiritual center of Hawaiian..

Filling the Hawaii Comprehension Gap

A few decades ago a small group of activists in Hawaii decided that it was time to revive the Hawaiian language, for Hawaiians to relearn their native language and Hawaiian to be included in traditional schools. They wanted to start Hawaiian language instruction with preschoolers and create an entirely new generation of Hawaiian language speakers...