Aloha Worldwide

"Aloha Worldwide" is a clearinghouse for Hawaiians and Hawaiians-at-heart who, for varying reasons, are away from Hawaii. Here you will find calendars of events happening across America and worldwide of interest to people who love Hawaii and Hawaiian style.

You will also find resources of interest to "locals" living abroad, like where to get crackseed on the Worldwide Web, photos of plate lunches and Hawaiian music on the Web.

In the future, this single page may expand to its own section!

"Aloha Worldwide" appears on-line in the starbulletin.com "Community" section. Send notices to: Aloha Worldwide, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, P.O. Box 3080, Honolulu 96802. Or fax to (808) 523-8509. Or send e-mail to webmaster@starbulletin.com.

Monday, June 2, 1997



Hawaii Abroad

Star-Bulletin articles on the subject,
and of interest to locals living aboad.

Pidgin, ladat! Home on the Web, Friday, May 2, 1997 , listed a site that has audio recordings of pidgin English, with some nursery rhymes, dakines!

Henry Kapono at home in the Islands: By Tim Ryan -- Thursday, April 17, 1997

California Surfing Museum facing wipeout: By Greg Ambrose -- Monday, April 14, 1997

Oakland halau makes its mark: By Catherine Kekoa Enomoto -- Monday, April 7, 1997

Aloha in Malibu: By Greg Ambrose -- Wednesday, March 12, 1997

"You know you're a local if ..." Honolulu Lite by Charles Memminger -- September 11, 1996

Defending "You know you're a local ..." Honolulu Lite by Charles Memminger -- September 23, 1996


Local Food

Pickled Mango! By Request, Wednesday, May 21, 1997, by Catherine Kekoa Enomoto goin' make your mouth water!

Crackseed: Home on the Web, January 24, 1997, listed three sources on the Worldwide Web

Plate Lunch: The Weekly Eater, February 6, 1997 - Nadine Kam listed one source with photos near the bottom of her column.

Li Hing Mui Cake By Catherine Kekoa Enomoto -- April 2, 1997 -- Story with photos and recipes for making your own.

Local-Style Manapua"By Request," By Catherine Kekoa Enomoto -- Wednesday, April 9, 1997

A Touch of Aloha Family Restaurant in Milpitas, California -- the Bay Area's favorite plate lunch place.

Go with Adobo!"By Request," By Catherine Kekoa Enomoto -- Wednesday, April 16, 1997

Submit your suggestions to webmaster@starbulletin.com.


Hawaii Stuffs

Sweetheart's Lei Shop will take telephone orders for fresh leis, shipped to the mainland U.S. via Fedex. Call one to two weeks in advance. Visa, Mastercard accepted. 69 N. Beretania Street, Honolulu 96813. Telephone (808) 537-3011.

Sun Jose Hawai'i in San Jose is described as "a cross between ABC Stores/Borders Books Hawaii section/Hilo Hattie's and Billabong" rolled into one, including Hawaiian music and videos.

Hawaiian Language Dictionary on the Web!

Hawaii Five-0 home page.

Submit your suggestions to webmaster@starbulletin.com.


Concerts, Tours & Hoolaulea

Concert: This space is for a calendar listing of Hawaii-related concerts and hula festivals happening on the mainland and elsewhere. Submit your schedule to webmaster@starbulletin.com.

Kealii Reichel along with Kekuhi Kanahele and Uluwehi Gurerrero will play Carnegie Hall, New York, July 12, 8 p.m. Reserved seating $35 and $45. Tickets on sale at Carnegie Hall box office. Phone (212) 247-7800. E-mail Nersa Miller.

Kealii Reichel, Kekuhi Kanahele and Uluwehi Gurerrero hula workshop, July 13, at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center, 211 W. 61st St., New York. E-mail Nersa Miller. Phone Radio Hula at (212) 226-4467.

Hawaiian Music Island Concert Calendar by Auntie Marialani. Go checkum, go!

Tahiti Fete of San Jose, a Tahitian dance competition/extravaganza, the 8th annual event is the Tahitian verison of the Merrie Monarch Festival. July 5th and 6th, San Jose State University Event Center, 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Pua Tokumoto, producer. Call (408) 486-9177.

Holo Mai Pele, a dance drama, will be making its mainland debut Oct. 18 in Oakland, Calif.

The 6th annual Aloha Concert Jam is scheduled for June 28 - 29 in Long Beach. Phone (909) 606-9494.


Hawaii Events

Luau: This space is for a calendar listing of Hawaii-related events happening on the mainland and elsewhere. Submit yours to webmaster@starbulletin.com.

The 3rd Annual Aloha Festival in San Francisco will be held Aug. 16 and 17. There were over 60,000 folks there last year!

San Francisco Bay Area Hawaiian Resources by Hal Kop. This "labor of love" Web site features an events calendar for Northern California: Every crab-feed, hoike, laulau sale, hui and luau imaginable are listed.

Southern California Hawaiian Events by Tony Kwak, part of his No Ka Oi Hawaiian Connections Web site.


Hawaii Music

Hawaiian Music Island: Aunty Marialani's music site.

Stevo's Hawaiian Music Page: Master index of Hawaiian music info on the Web.

1997 Na Hoku Hanohano Award nominees: Star-Bulletin , April 2, 1997 -- A complete list

Hawaii Academy of Recording Artists by Keola Donaghy, official organization Web site.

Official Na Hoku Hanohano Web site by Keola Donaghy, features lists of nominees, sound clips, discussion, live Hoku night updates and links.

Susan's Hawaiian Music Page by Susan Jaworski, updated semi-monthly, chock full of upcoming concerts, new releases and tidbits.

Submit your Hawaiian music web site to webmaster@starbulletin.com.


Hawaii Radio Programs

Hawaiian Jamz by L.D. Reynolds features RealAudio Hawaiian music on the Web.

Internet Radio Hawaii: Rabbet's RealAudio Hawaii music site.

Mele 'O Hawai'i radio program has been on the air for over 14 years. Saturdays, 7 - 9 a.m. KUGS-FM, 89.3, from the campus of Western Washgton University in Bellingham. Hosted by Cliff Kawana.

We would also like to list Hawaiian music shows hosted on radio stations elsewhere. Submit your schedule and show description to webmaster@starbulletin.com.


Hawaii Clubs

Bradley University Hawaii Club in Peoria, Illinois, Kevin Sur.

Hawaii Hui: A list of Hawaii clubs on the mainland.

Hawaii Club of Washington University: Maintained by Chris Glenn and Mike Satake.

Pacific Islanders' Cultural Association of Northern California. The Web site includes lists of halau, canoe clubs, musicians, live radio and island-kine merchants in North Cal.

Northern California Outrigger Canoe Association.

Northwest Hawai'i 'Ohana P.O. Box 28873, Bellingham, WA 98228-8873. Send e-mail to: Cliff Kawana or Linda Broadgate.

Whitworth College Hawaii Club "Na Pu'uwai O Hawai'i." 300 W. Hawthorne Road, Spokane, WA 99251. Phone 800-533-4668. Send e-mail to: Larry Kekaulike.

Submit yours to webmaster@starbulletin.com.


Hawaii School Web Sites

Keolu Elementary School Web site.

Maemae Elementary School

See also: Tony Kwak's No Ka Oi Hawaii High School Connections.

Submit yours to webmaster@starbulletin.com.


Hawaii Alumni Web Sites

Kailua High School Alumni association Web site.

Kalaheo High School Alumni Association Web site.

Kalani High School Alumni Association Web site.

Kauai High School Alumni Web site.

Leilehua High School Alumni Web Site.

Moanalua High School Alumni association Web site.

Pearl City High School Alumni Association Web site, or send e-mail to Laurence Lee: lalee@lava.net.

Radford High School Alumni association Web site.

Roosevelt High School Class of 1967 Web site.

University High School Alumni Association Web site.

Waianae High School Alumni Association Web site.

Waipahu High School Class of '72, 25th reunion Web site.

See also: Tony Kwak's No Ka Oi Hawaii High School Connections.

Hawaii alumni associations, send your Web address to:
webmaster@starbulletin.com for inclusion.




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