Featured Stories – Southwest: The Magazine
Lyndsey Haraguchi-Nakayama’s family has farmed on Kauai for five generations. By continuing the tradition, she’s not just cultivating a harvest—she’s preserving history.
Dedicated to sharing the stories behind Hawaiian food, chef Sheldon Simeon has become a fixture in Maui’s culinary scene.
For Makuakai Rothman, a pro surfer and singer-songwriter from Oahu’s North Shore, the ocean is both his playground and his inspiration.
Whether he’s creating aloha shirts or performing hula on the Island of Hawaii, nature is Kūha‘o Zane’s muse.
I was raised on Hawaiian Pidgin English, a melting pot of a language that reflects the islands’ history, but it took me years to fully appreciate its importance, not just to local culture but my own identity.
Netflix’s Queer Eye may have made him famous, but the stylish Brit says he felt like he’d “made it” even before the show. In his new memoir, Tan opens up about his past and shares his best fashion advice.
Youth baseball teaches kids about winning and losing. One team, and one special season, taught a coach about something else: the importance of staying in the game.