The newest installment of Second Decade examines two worlds, on opposite sides of the globe, which collided unexpectedly at the end of the 1810s.
Episode 6 of the story continues Marcus's wanderings in Hawaii, as the complexity of the plot increases.
The SF story podcast continues. This episode takes us to Hawaii in the 1990s, and into the heart of a family drama.
We all know what happened the morning after. What was Saturday, December 6, 1941 like?
What can this quiet movie about a rich Hawaiian family teach us about environmental consciousness?
From Hello Dolly to Antonioni, prime rib for $4.25 to cheap gin, there's a lot to do in Manhattan in 1967.
On this blog I don't do a lot of hard-core, technological military history that's full of armaments, statistics and that sort of thing. But there [...]
The diary of one of the first Americans to visit Hawaii, in 1820, provides some fascinating insights into history.
Robert Horvat at the "If It Happened Yesterday..." blog provides a delightful balm to the hangover I was feeling in the wake of the end [...]
Thousands of civilians were evacuated from Hawaii in the weeks and months after the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941. Many never returned. This is their story.