Home on the range in Humu‘ula: UH-Hilo professor to share research of early ranching on Hawaii Island
The Lyman Museum is hosting a presentation by University of Hawaii at Hilo professor Peter Mills titled “Tales of Early Ranching in Humu‘ula: Archaeological and Archival Adventures” from 7-8:30 p.m. Monday (May 21) and 3-4:30 p.m. Tuesday (May 22).
What is it like to work at 14,000 feet? Shoveling snow, maintaining equipment in below zero-degree temperatures and mounting a 3-ton camera atop a telescope are some of the amazing and unusual things you might do working at Subaru Telescope.
Whimsical shapes, illustrative scenes or divine stories, stained glass has re-created the light in our lives for centuries. Stained glass artisans use glass color and texture to produce light forms and patterns creating mood and character in small and large spaces.
KAILUA-KONA — There’s a shootout coming to Hawaiian waters, but it doesn’t involve weapons. All that’s needed to join in the fun is an underwater camera and the passion to capture images of amazing creatures living in the sea.
The Food Basket, Hawaii Island’s food bank, is accepting donations of bottled water, nonperishable foods and supplies to help with disaster relief efforts in the Puna District.