New Papakilodatabase newspaper search interface, 2018.

Both the desktop and smart phone layout for the newspaper search at OHA’s Papakilo Database has changed, but I think the phone interface now is a lot more user friendly. Check it out at Papakilodatabase.com/pdnupepa

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Important words from today about yesterday, today, and tomorrow, 2013.

[Appropriate for this Lei Day, i found a lei woven with great thought and care within the pages of the current Ka Wai Ola, out today. This is a two-stranded lei—two insightful articles (both on a like topic, but one not a translation of the other) by Bryan Kamaoli Kuwada, student, translator, teacher, editor, and researcher living in Palolo i ka ua Lililehua e kilihune nei. Do read it and do pass it on.

For the entire issue, click here: Ka Wai Ola, Mei 2013.]

“Ua paepae ʻē ʻia ka pōhaku: Looking to Our Ancestors.”

Ua paepae e ia ka pohaku: Looking to our Ancestors

Ka Wai Ola, Volume 30, Number 5, Page 14. Mei 2013.