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KAUAI HERITAGE CENTER Kapaa, Kauai
The Kaua`i Heritage Center supports Hawaiian concepts of service that motivate and inspire kela or excellence. We provide a full range of cultural programs and consulting services to create authentic, meaningful experiences for our clients. Hälau Palaihiwa O Kaipuwai is a traditional hula school offering formal instruction in hula kahiko, hula `auana, oli, ha`i mo`olelo and nä hana no`eau.

MAUI CULTURAL LANDS - MALAMA HONOKOWAI Makawao, Maui
A grassroots land trust organization whose mission is to stabilize, protect, and restore Hawaiian cultural resources. Join us every Saturday to volunteer with Malama Honokowai, and help restore an ancient Hawaiian village so that generations to come can learn, find peace and honor those who have come before us.

MOLOKAI LOMI MASSAGE Kualapu'u, Molokai
Whether it is in your hotel room or your home, Allana Noury of Molokai Lomi will create a warm, comforting environment where you can allow yourself to relax, take a break from your everyday life, and begin your own healing process. Whether it is pain reduction, stress relief, or deep tissue massage, you will find your experience at Molokai Lomi to be invigorating and enlivening.

HAWAII INDEPENDENT & SOVEREIGN Honolulu, Oahu
Restoring Hawai'i's independence is clearly legal, justified, and possible.

HAWAII ISLAND JOURNAL Captain Cook, Big Island
The Journal, born in late 1999, fights to protect the environment, promote political activism, champion native Hawaiian causes, take David's side against Goliath and spotlight dollar-driven schemes that imperil the island's character, culture and charm. Then, too, it highlights good people doing good things.

THE BISHOP MUSEUM Ph: (808) 847-3511 Honolulu, Oahu


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