Welcome to Kama`āina Magazine, a quarterly print publication celebrating stories of aloha in the Las Vegas valley, Hawai`i, and beyond. From the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip to the serenity of Mt. Charleston, Red Rock Canyon, and Lake Mead, the Las Vegas Valley has become a home away from home for an abundance of islanders over the years. And though we are an ocean away from the Hawaiian islands, the aloha spirit is alive and well here on the "ninth island" and we are happy to share these stories with you! Mahalo for stopping by!
Every story found in each issue of Kama`āina Magazine celebrates the beauty of our people and culture. At Kama`āina Magazine, we believe it's important to be involved in the communities we live in and love, and we are committed to doing our part to spread aloha in the Las Vegas valley and beyond. With stories on food, real estate, fashion, health, culture, and more, Kama`āina has a little something for everyone. Visit our Magazine page for a look at our current issue and a few of our most recent ones, and check out our Blog for some of our favorite stories from past issues.
From cultural festivals and community organizations, to restaurants with our favorite foods and live island music, the Las Vegas valley is full of opportunities for the aloha spirit to thrive. We are proud to support our community, and local non-profits and programs like Las Vegas Raiders Quarterback Marcus Mariota's Motiv8 Foundation, and Island eNVy, a health initiative designed to provide resources to improve the health of our community here in the Las Vegas valley. For more information and to sign up for Island eNVy's free program, visit our Community page.
For so many of us, Hawai`i is, and will always be, our home. And even though life has taken us away from the islands for one reason or another, keeping our culture alive and staying connected is more important than ever. We are fortunate to have grown up in Hawai`i, and no matter where we live, the connection we have to our island home stays strong. Near or far, our stories will bring you closer to your friends, family and the things you love about being back home. To receive Kama`āina in the mail, visit our Shop page to purchase a subscription.
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