[CULTURAL] It used to be that we-of-the-opposable-thumbs kept our history alive through storytelling. Now that we’ve got textbooks to fill our heads with “widely accepted truths”—like the suspicious notion that Christopher Columbus “discovered” America, for instance—a colorful and entertaining bit of our culture is lost. This weekend you can experience a little of what it must’ve been like, back in the day when we’d gather with friends and family around the dirt-mound table, smoking our peace pipes and talking story. Friday, 7:30 p.m. features Tom Cummings with Hawaiian myths and legends; Saturday features workshops during the day and “The Legend of Kaulula’au” at 4 p.m., Native American and Pacific Islander storytellers at 7:30 p.m. Call the box office for ticket info at 242-7469.