Jul 13, 2015
May Day is Lei Day in Hawai'i
The phrase "May Day is Lei Day
is a common phrase, said every year on the first day of May. The day and phrase, which were conceptualized in the late 1920s, is symbolic of the rich Hawaiian tradition of making, giving, and receiving a lei. What makes a lei so special, among other things, is its uniqueness to our Islands and the feelings of warmth and aloha it evokes.
The Life and Legacy of Victoria Ward
Oct 06, 2015
A Historical Look at the Woman Who Left an Indelible Mark Upon Honolulu
Hawaii Polo: An Encore Match with Ward Village
Nov 12, 2014
Ward Village Gold and Ward Village Black square off in the ultimate polo challenge
The History of Hawaii's Most Beloved Grain: Rice
Sep 16, 2016
For centuries Hawai‘i residents have had a deep-seeded love affair with rice.