The Moon and the Dew
After Jerry Thomas’s 1876 Improved Gin Cocktail read
Making sense of the inter-Korean Summit
What makes this summit different? What part did President Trump play? What happens now? read
Transmitting hula knowledge: currency and kuleana
Carrying an ancient tradition into the modern era read
After the Pulse massacre, a gay scholar finds inclusiveness in Islam
A personal and academic quest to find an inclusive God leads a queer scholar to delve into the breadth of belief Islam has to offer read
Kalani Pe‘a makes global connections through his music
Summit interviews the grammy-winning singer/songwriter ahead of a Blue Note Hawaii show and the release of a new album. read
History and resilience experienced through Kalihi Ahupua‘a Bike Ride
Like wheels on a bicycle, Kalihi and its people will keep on turning through the ups and downs of life read
Summit + Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina
Lokahi Orian shares the art of shell lei-making at the Four Seasons
Through hana pūpū, Orian becomes a vessel for traditional knowledge read
The belt and road to democratized globalization
China's Belt and Road Initiative is infrastructure and trade development on such a massive scale that it has the potential to reshape the world geopolitical order read
Summit + Hawaii Opera Theatre
Hawaii Opera Theatre's chorus for the commons
Hawaii Opera Theatre's all-volunteer chorus supports world-class stars read
Summit + Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative
HLRI Works to Preserve Forestry at Kahuā Ranch
Partnering with legacy land steward Monty Richards, HLRI furthers its forestry goals read
Lessons from the #missilethreat
Hawaiʻi residents and their loved ones got a chance to feel what South Koreans have felt for decades: the threat of impending doom. What can we learn from the experience? read
Aotearoa’s Finest: Big hearts, big voices and much aroha
Aotearoa’s Finest expresses the strength of Pacific cultural resurgence through emotionally powerful music and dance read
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