Game highlights from the 43-29 win over Rice at Aloha Stadium. Hawaii improved to 3-0 on the season.
U.S. Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, questions U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on his views of Native Hawaiians.
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The Honolulu Little League team is set to get a hero’s welcome Monday at Honolulu’s airport.
The world champs return on Monday afternoon, and are set to be greeted by the governor and mayor.
The team will then be greeted by a host of fans in baggage claim, where a news conference is scheduled.
Meanwhile, the city says it is planning a parade to honor the Little League team. The hope is the parade will happen in about two weeks.
On Sunday, the Honolulu Little League team defeated South Korea in the Little League World Series Championship game.
The win gave the rain-soaked state a big win to celebrate.
ALOHA NOT FOR SALE! For generations the aloha spirit that our beloved Hawaiian Islands perpetuate have been taken advantage of and used for outsiders gain, today is no different. In the beautiful windy city of Chicago a food establishment going by the name of “Aloha Poke Co.” has put in motion a very disrespectful, down right dirty Cease & Desist campaign against any and all Food establishments using the words “Aloha” & “Poke” in their trade name. Let’s go over the facts. “Aloha Poke Co.” is not a Hawai’i based establishment nor has it started it’s roots here on the islands. “Aloha Poke Co.” also has no knowledge of what the word “Aloha” means or comes from, or where “Poke” comes from for that matter. Their main location in Chicago does not employ any Native Hawaiians or show any respect or homage for the Hawaiian culture they are so willingly benefiting off of.
We are taking a stand using our platform to let the world know ALOHA IS NOT FOR SALE. Defend Hawai’i is a movement all of Hawai’i is a part of. No matter how small the matter may be, no matter how big the situations get, we as Hawaiians by blood or Hawaiians by birth are here to Defend Hawai’i.
Bringing back our “Aloha NSF” design we released a few years ago seems to fit in perfectly with the situations we face today just as it did two years ago. Along with the popular Aloha By The pound template revamped to fit the message “ALOHA IS NOT FOR SALE”.
Let’s support locals that live by and understand the values of Hawaiian culture. Fresh Catch bound! I need some real Hawaiian POKE served with real ALOHA.
Sunday 8.12.18 @ KNOW1 // BACK TO SCHOOL BLOWOUT!
$20 Tees / 2 for $30
Backpacks, Slippers, Boardshorts
+ more great deals & in-store specials.
Featuring popular local brands like Defend Hawai’i, Aloha By The Pound & more!!
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In light of recent news, we thought it was an appropriate time to reminisce on a design we released back in July, 2016. Almost 2 years old and the message is clearer then ever. ALOHA IS NOT FOR SALE 🚫!
If you haven’t heard already, a Midwest based restaurant that goes by the name @alohapokeco have trademarked the words “Aloha Poke” and are sending out cease & desist to any Restaurant/Food industry like establishments across the US. Including any and all food establishments based in Hawai’i, ironically where the word #Alohaoriginates from. These actions to strip us of our language & profit off our culture is NOT ALOHA.
There are many people speaking up in light of this current situation. Petitions are beginning and action is being taken. Please spread awareness and continue to #DefendHawaii. We will not let any outsider take away the rights of current Native Hawaiians or future generations to come. 🤙🏽 #defendhawaii #noalohapokeco