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Ron Mizutani
Currents // Aboard Hokule‘a With Pwo Thompson
Pwo (master) navigator Nainoa Thompson took great care when he and other leaders of Polynesian Voyaging Society assembled the crew that would sail Hokule’a to...

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Currents // Opihi: The Delicacy Of Death
It is a classic example of supply and demand — and in this case, the demand is often higher than the supply. “You get opihi?”...

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Currents // We’ll Remember Always, Graduation Day
There’s a time for joy A time for tears A time we’ll treasure through the years We’ll remember always Graduation day The Four Freshmen sang...

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Currents // Grassroots Effort By Friends Of Kewalo
Grassroots efforts: It’s a simple concept, but one that can be very powerful and effective. When executed properly, it can make any corporation, business entity...

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Currents // Learning To Dive Responsibly
I watch with much satisfaction as he meticulously prepares for his dive. He carefully looks over his equipment, making sure everything is sound and safe....

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Currents // Born To Sail On Hokule’a
He moves with confidence as the surging Pacific Ocean rolls beneath Hikianalia. His strong legs are more than seaworthy. It is clear he’s at home...

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Currents // A Busy Month For Canoe Paddlers
Hawaii’s canoe paddlers will be extremely busy in the months of May and June, with several major events happening over the next four weeks. It...

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Currents // Paddling To Save A Way Of Life
About a quarter mile off Keehi Small Boat Harbor sits a tiny, 10-acre triangular island that is rich in history and cultural significance. Mokauea Island...

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Currents // Teaching Others How To Stay Alive
When it comes to the ocean, you name it and Sam Pa’e Jr. has done it – and he’s done it well. Pa’e is a...

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Currents // Hawaii’s Surfing Congresswoman
Somewhere in between House Armed Services Committee meetings on Capitol Hill and talk-story sessions in Kona, U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard makes time for something most...

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Currents // Honoring Two Legends Of The Sea
The preparation is nearly complete and soon Hokule’a will leave Hawaii for her worldwide voyage. On May 17, the double-hulled Polynesian voyaging canoe will leave...

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Currents // The Surfboard Graveyard Swap Meet
Old surfboards never die, they simply find new life in deserving new hands. That is the idea behind the “Surfboard Graveyard Swap Meet,” one of...

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Currents // A New ‘Voice Of The Sea’ On TV
Kanesa Duncan Seraphin has been a strong voice of the sea for much of her adult life. The world paddleboard champion has spent thousands of...

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Currents // The ‘Life Without Limbs’ Anti-bullying Campaign
Nicholas James “Nick” Vujicic had every reason to ask why. “I never wanted to be a burden on my parents because they loved me so...

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Currents // A Pueo Sighting In Russia, And Many More To Come
Believe it or not, there’s been a pueo sighting in Russia. It was seen gliding swiftly on the surface of a calm body of water,...

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Currents // Buffalo Brings Back Bodysurfing
One by one, they joined hands and stood along the shoreline at Makaha Beach. The human lei, more than 100 strong, stretched across the white,...

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Currents // Airing Concerns About Hawaii’s Drones
In this high-tech gadget world we live in, new toys are surfacing at a rate that society may not be able to grasp fully or...

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Currents // Vanina Walsh Is Climbing To The Top
She is diminutive in size, but don’t let her tiny frame fool you. At barely 5 feet tall, 16-year-old Vanina Walsh has no problem dropping...

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Currents // Training UH Box Jellyfish Researchers
Over the past 17 years, University of Hawaii researcher and biochemist Angel Yanagihara literally has spent thousands of hours combing Waikiki’s shoreline in search of...

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Currents // Paddling To Honor A Fallen Soldier
When a soldier from Hawaii is killed in the line of duty, we feel the family’s pain. Somehow, someway, we are all tied to each...

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