- Stepping on to Kahoolawe, stepping into history
- When Walter Ritte Jr. and Noa Emmett Aluli stepped on to the shores of what was then the "target isle" of Kahoolawe 40 years ago, "we didn't know what we were getting into," Ritte recalled last week.
- A flawed documentary, "Visions in the Dark: The Life of Pinky Thompson"
- The late Kawaipuna Prejean (Hawaiian nationalist, activist and advocate for the Hawaiian sovereignty movement.) caustically used to refer to Inouye - who lost a limb during WWII - as the "one-armed bandit.
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