• A rich and compelling documentation of recent eviction and land struggles of the Hawaiian Sovereignty movement.
  • A walk through this famous site from its pre-settlement day, when it was an uninhabited topical lagoon, to the famous attack in 1941, on to the present where it has become an American icon visited by millions every year.
  • In Fire & Fury: 35 Years of Eruptions at Kilauea Volcano, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser chronicles that 35-year span with over 200 photos, many from Star-Advertiser photographers who covered the geological marvel over the decades. Special fold-out pages introduce six phases of the eruptive activity, with stories and maps to remind readers of the events and how they impacted the surrounding communities. “It’s important to note that Kilauea is still an active volcano that will erupt in the future, and associated hazards have not changed,” reported the U.S. Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.
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