A new World War II exhibit marking the 77th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor and America's entry into the war opened Nov. 1 at the Story of Hawai‘i Museum in Lahaina. “The Road to Pearl Harbor” is an interactive exhibit presented in a “fresh and timely” manner using vintage maps, prints, artifacts, military documents that show events leading to the war, battle … [Read more...] about Road to Pearl Harbor exhibit opens at Story of Hawai‘i Museum
"The Road to Pearl Harbor" Exhibit’ will be at Story of Hawai‘i Museum from now until Monday, December 10th. This World War II exhibit will showcase a collection of vintage maps, prints, military documents, and WWII paraphernalia. Learn more about the events that led to this war, battle strategies, and outcomes that shaped not only the history of the United States, but of … [Read more...] about ‘The Road to Pearl Harbor’ Exhibit at Story of Hawaii Museum
Visitors to Hawaii's national parks spent almost $400 million in the state last year. A new National Park Service report shows that in 2016, nearly 5.8 million visitors to national parks in Hawaii spent more than $394 million. That spending resulted in nearly 4,800 jobs and had a cumulative benefit to the state economy of more than $486 million. “The national parks of Hawaii … [Read more...] about New National Park Service report shows visitor spending stimulates Hawaii economy
The Merrie Monarch Festival is one of the most beautiful events in Hawaii. First organized in 1963, it's a celebration of hula. You know: dance, art, culture, love. "The annual presentation of the Merrie Monarch Festival has led to a renaissance of the Hawaiian culture that is being passed on from generation to generation," states the official Merrie Monarch Festival … [Read more...] about UPDATED: Did the U.S. Navy just send out the most historically tone-deaf press release ever?
High school students have a chance to win cash prizes while learning more about constitutional conflicts that arose during the Japanese internment, one of the most momentous periods in the nation’s history. The civics contest is organized by the federal courts of the western United States. “Not to Be Forgotten: Legal Lessons of the Japanese Internment” is the theme of the … [Read more...] about Ninth Circuit Civics Contest examines Japanese internment in World War II