hula

The "Veep" and "Seinfeld" star breaks out her island moves after cancer treatment.
For many native Hawaiians, hula is a way of life.
But what, in fact, happened would surprised those who predicted the demise of the rich traditions of Hawai'i. The following
Imagine every week you spend a couple hours sharing music and having fun. You meet old friends, and make new ones. There's no plan beforehand what you're going to play.
By the time you see this woman's portrait, she'll have melted away.
They walk among us--those agents of change. Sometimes, we just need to be reminded of who they are. Take note of five noteworthy women who are making a positive difference.
"Hawaiian men are becoming more empowered to be proud of who they are."
Nobody puts Tutu Lowe in a corner, especially on her 100th birthday.
"The bystanders were amazed and confused but were silent after the haka was done."
At a time when transgender and gender-nonconforming people the world over face harassment, violence, discrimination and even murder, we are excited to be launching a new film-based campaign from Hawai'i that takes a fresh approach to making the world more just and inclusive.