Welcome to Kama’aina Magazine, the print publication featuring stories of kama`aina in Las Vegas, Hawai`i, and beyond! We are committed to bringing locals together by sharing stories of aloha, and by perpetuating the culture we grew up with on our island home. We also strive to help Hawaiian-owned and islander-supported businesses and entertainers get the exposure they deserve, in hope that they will find success doing what they love.
From local celebrity feature stories and business owner spotlights, to our holoholo and keiki pages, Kama`aina Magazine has a little something for everyone. Mahalo for stopping by! We're glad you're here.
Our Spring 2013, 1st Anniversary issue, features B.J. Penn on our cover. The `Oahu-born Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) champion talks to us about being raised on the Big Island, his `ohana, his foundation, and how he feels about getting in the ring again. Cover Photo: Chris Guardado
Hawai`i’s own, Augie T is a busy man, to say the least. The comedian, radio personality, performer, businessman, husband and father that he is, puts a lot on his plate. We talked story with him and found out how he balances it all, while still keeping a smile on his face.Photo: Glenn Yoza for Ringo5 Images
The Hawai`i General Store is the place for anything Hawaiian in the Seattle area. We talked story with `Oahu native Gail Stringer, the store owner, who has been bringing a touch of Hawai`i to the Pacific Northwest since 1998. Photo: Joji Munemitsu
Ikaika Brown is all grown up. Known to many in Hawai`i as the 10 year old boy who brought “Kalo Man” to the airwaves, he talked story with us about where he’s been and what he’s been doing, over the past 20 years. Photo by: Josh & Jen Photography
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