kaimuki

friendsofqueentheater.org Via historichawaii.org
friendsofqueentheater.org Via historichawaii.org

A historic theater in Kaimuki may be getting an encore.

noe tanigawa

The Historic Hawai’i Foundation cites up to four heiau in Kaimuki, one up Sierra Drive, two on Kaimuki Hill and another at Leahi hospital.  Kaimuki Hill itself was a lookout point for Kamehameha’s invading army, a water reservoir, a telegraph station and an observatory before becoming the park it is today.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa continues a Kaimuki community portrait.

Tonight is Third Friday Night in Kaimuki: 

http://kaimuki3rdfriday.com/

Noe Tanigawa

Kaimuki is a little town, mauka of Diamond Head, on the east side of Honolulu proper.  According to Pukui, Elbert and Mookini, Kaimuki means literally, the ti oven, because menehune cooked ti leaves there.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers this community portrait.

July 19th, there's a Third Friday Celebration in Kaimuki from 5-9pm.  Find out more:

http://kaimuki3rdfriday.com/

http://www.kaimukihawaii.com/d/c/third-fridays-kaimuki.html