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The Memorial Service of the Late U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka

Many paid their respects to the late U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka at the Hawai‘i State Capitol and Kawaiaha‘o Church.
2018.05.21 12:18 PM

Mu‘umu‘u Month! It’s a Thing Now

New mom, therapist and now mu‘umu‘u maven, Christy Werner is leading a movement that spreads aloha in a fun, vibrant way.
2018.05.21 08:32 AM

Q&A: Kumu Earl Kawa‘a Teaches More Than Just Woodworking Classes

The revered kumu has taught poi board and stone classes to more than 5,000 students.
2018.05.21 06:00 AM

How 56 Artists Fit Into 56 Boxes at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum

Celebrated contemporary artists come together for a unique pop-up exhibition at HiSAM featuring one-of-a-kind artworks in tiny metal tins.
2018.05.18 02:38 PM

Behind the Scenes: How Hawai‘i’s Fine Dining Hotel Restaurants Feed the Masses

How hotels manage to balance quality with quantity.
2018.05.18 01:23 PM

3 Helpful Tips to Snatch Up the Perfect Home in Hawai‘i

Whether you’re relocating from elsewhere on O‘ahu or moving home from the Mainland, you may only have a few days to make a move on a new home.
2018.05.18 01:15 PM

Live Blog: Hawai‘i Memorial Service for the Late U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka

Our blog covering the services for the late Senator Daniel Akaka.
2018.05.18 10:06 AM

Two Former Senia Cooks Open New Chinese-Inspired Restaurant in Kaimukī

Three words: adobo fried chicken.
2018.05.18 08:24 AM

A Day Through the Lens of Local Fashion and Travel Photographer Tommy Shih

From exotic and eclectic to engaging and exquisite, the images local boy Tommy Shih captures are nothing short of amazing.
2018.05.17 12:48 PM

What to Expect for the 24-Hour Services Honoring the Late U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka

Some tips for thousands expected to pay their respects at State Capitol and Kawaiaha’o Church. Plus, find out the schedule of services and where to park.
2018.05.17 10:57 AM

Honoring the Life and Legacy of the Late U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka

Sharing stories of how Daniel Kahikina Akaka, educator, native Hawaiian advocate and longtime U.S. Senator, made a difference.
2018.05.16 04:04 PM

Your Guide to the Perfect Weekend in Honolulu: May 18–20, 2018

Go the distance for your team, shop baby gear and rock out in your skinniest pair of denim.
2018.05.16 12:11 PM

5 Must-Try Matcha Cocktails in Honolulu

Does adding the superfood ingredient to a cocktail make it a health drink?
2018.05.16 07:00 AM

This is Real(tor) Life: Wacky and Funny Stories From Hawai‘i’s Real-Estate Agents

Messy monks, high-flying dogs and risqué parties—eight Hawai‘i real-estate agents share their most memorable stories.
2018.05.15 01:20 PM

Young Skateboarders Roll Out Efforts to Upgrade O‘ahu’s Skate Parks

How two groups of young skateboarders took matters into their own hands.
2018.05.15 10:06 AM

Your Guide to Mō‘ili‘ili Japanese Izakaya Crawl: Tori Ton, Torae and Fujiyama Texas

You don’t have to walk far for great eats and drinks.
2018.05.14 12:28 PM

Here’s How You Can Prepare for Heavy Vog From Kīlauea Volcano

With tradewinds stalled and sulfur dioxide from the Kīlauea eruption wafting toward O‘ahu, heavy vog may be headed our way. Here are tips for parents of young children and others who are sensitive. They’ll also work for those who haven’t been affected before, but may feel the effects this time.
2018.05.11 03:10 PM

These New Poi Packs Make It Easier to Fuel Up on Poi

A local athlete and mom creates a poi package for on-the-go eating.
2018.05.11 11:31 AM

A New Study Says Local Residents of These Six Cities are Most Likely in Debt

When it comes to mortgages and incomes, the math doesn’t add up for locals.
2018.05.11 10:40 AM

Your Guide to Hawai‘i Public School 2018 Graduation Dates

Find out when and where Hawai‘i public school ceremonies are happening this year.
2018.05.11 09:46 AM

Field Notes: This Local Steampunk Group is Bringing Victorian-Era Fiction to Life

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Steampunk Hawai‘i.
2018.05.11 09:00 AM

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Meet Women Innovators and Entrepreneurs at the 2018 #galswithLEI Forum

(Sponsored) The East-West Center’s annual forum takes place on Thursday, May 17.
2018.05.08 09:21 AM

Gorgeous Views Without the Climb on Lower Wai‘alae Iki

(Sponsored) The beautiful 5080 Kiai Place was completely remodeled in 2014 and features stunning ocean views.
2018.05.04 09:00 AM

2018 Faces of Hawai‘i

(Special Promotional Section) Learn more about prominent Hawai‘i leaders and businesses in this special-section black-and-white photo essay.
2018.05.02 10:45 AM

Building Your Dream House? The 2018 Home & Garden Show Can Help

(Sponsored) The three-day expo takes place this Friday, May 4, through Sunday, May 6, at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall.
2018.04.30 10:31 AM

Pack Your HydroFlask—The Waikiki Spam Jam Goes Green for 2018

(Sponsored) This year’s festival on Saturday, April 28, will further its green initiatives with water stations, recycling bins and by encouraging restaurants to go plastic-free.
2018.04.20 03:07 PM

What’s Your Home Worth? Use This Tool to Find Out

(Sponsored) The Locations Home Valuator is proven to provide Hawai‘i homeowners with the most accurate home values possible.
2018.04.19 02:03 PM

Neighborhood of the Month: Hawai‘i Kai

(Sponsored) From your neighborhood experts at Locations.
2018.04.16 04:56 PM

P.F. Chang’s Waikiki Celebrates 10 Years with Shoes for Brews

(Sponsored) Donate a new pair of shoes on Saturday, April 14, and receive a free beer.
2018.04.04 02:41 PM

Grab Your Forks and Get Ready for Grand Lānai Restaurant Week 2018

(Sponsored) From April 9 through 16, eight International Market Place eateries will offer prix fixe menus at special prices.
2018.04.03 02:34 PM

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This Week In Honolulu

May 2018

This event is music to the ears of runners from around the world. Registration is now open for the Sixth Annual Honolulu Ekiden. The 26.2-mile course is divided into six sections. A maximum of six...

Cost: $60 (sign up by May 15) to $70 (after May 19)

Where:
Kapi‘olani Park
3840 Paki Ave.
Honolulu, HI  96815
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Sponsor: Honolulu Ekiden Foundation
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Explore the art exhibition Self-Assembly, a ceramics installation by artist Christopher Edwards which blends art with biology and mathematics. The exhibit explores how the parts...

Cost: Free

Where:
First Hawaiian Center
999 Bishop St.
Honolulu, HI  96813
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Sponsor: Christopher Edwards
Telephone: 808-585-1965
Contact Name: Christopher Edwards
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Shop at more than 60+ craft, food and activity vendors at Moanalua 99 in Māpunapuna. Admission to the indoor event is free. The event is held every third Sunday of the...

Cost: Free

Where:
Moanalua 99
1151 Māpunapuna St.
Honolulu, HI  96818
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Sponsor: 808 Craft and Gift Fairs
Telephone: 808-479-5525
Contact Name: Lauren Mori
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The audience plays detective in this interactive whodunit comedy. When the landlady living above a hair salon is murdered, the audience must question the characters to solve the crime and find the...

Cost: $22 to $40

Where:
Mānoa Valley Theatre
2833 East-Mānoa Road
Honolulu, HI  96822
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Explore the art exhibition Self-Assembly, a ceramics installation by artist Christopher Edwards which blends art with biology and mathematics. The exhibit explores how the parts...

Cost: Free

Where:
First Hawaiian Center
999 Bishop St.
Honolulu, HI  96813
View map »


Sponsor: Christopher Edwards
Telephone: 808-585-1965
Contact Name: Christopher Edwards
Website »

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Explore the art exhibition Self-Assembly, a ceramics installation by artist Christopher Edwards which blends art with biology and mathematics. The exhibit explores how the parts...

Cost: Free

Where:
First Hawaiian Center
999 Bishop St.
Honolulu, HI  96813
View map »


Sponsor: Christopher Edwards
Telephone: 808-585-1965
Contact Name: Christopher Edwards
Website »

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Explore the art exhibition Self-Assembly, a ceramics installation by artist Christopher Edwards which blends art with biology and mathematics. The exhibit explores how the parts...

Cost: Free

Where:
First Hawaiian Center
999 Bishop St.
Honolulu, HI  96813
View map »


Sponsor: Christopher Edwards
Telephone: 808-585-1965
Contact Name: Christopher Edwards
Website »

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Get your local groceries and crafts from the Momilani Community Center at their weekly Wednesday craft and farmers market. Shop for a variety of produce, crafts and food. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Momilani Community Center
715 Hoʻomoana St.
Pearl City, HI  96782
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Sponsor: Pearl City Foundation
Telephone: 808-479-5525
Contact Name: Lauren Mori
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Explore the art exhibition Self-Assembly, a ceramics installation by artist Christopher Edwards which blends art with biology and mathematics. The exhibit explores how the parts...

Cost: Free

Where:
First Hawaiian Center
999 Bishop St.
Honolulu, HI  96813
View map »


Sponsor: Christopher Edwards
Telephone: 808-585-1965
Contact Name: Christopher Edwards
Website »

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The Grove Farm Foundation is hosting a benefit in downtown Honolulu with 100% of the proceeds benefiting the flood victims on Kaua‘i.   Featured restaurants and chefs:...

Cost: $150

Where:
888 Nu‘uanu Ave.
Honolulu, HI  96817
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Sponsor: Grove Farm Foundation
Telephone: (808) 371-6679
Contact Name: Kalowena Komeiji
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Explore the art exhibition Self-Assembly, a ceramics installation by artist Christopher Edwards which blends art with biology and mathematics. The exhibit explores how the parts...

Cost: Free

Where:
First Hawaiian Center
999 Bishop St.
Honolulu, HI  96813
View map »


Sponsor: Christopher Edwards
Telephone: 808-585-1965
Contact Name: Christopher Edwards
Website »

More information

Show More...
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Explore the art exhibition Self-Assembly, a ceramics installation by artist Christopher Edwards which blends art with biology and mathematics. The exhibit explores how the parts...

Cost: Free

Where:
First Hawaiian Center
999 Bishop St.
Honolulu, HI  96813
View map »


Sponsor: Christopher Edwards
Telephone: 808-585-1965
Contact Name: Christopher Edwards
Website »

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Pick up vinyl records at Downbeat Lounge’s Secret Record Store, a mobile vinyl pop-up store. Albums range from a variety of genres such as Motown, Soul, and Reggae.

Cost: Free

Where:
42 N. Hotel St.
Honolulu, HI  96817
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Sponsor: Secret Record Store
Contact Name: John Friend
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2018 Private School Guide 

Private School Guide

View the Private School Guide

 

Brunch Like You Mean It!

Brunch Like You Mean It: 17 Local Dishes Worth Getting Out of Bed For

17 local brunch dishes worth getting out of bed for.

 

Our Waikīkī

Our Waikiki

Living local in O‘ahu’s most famous neighborhood.

 


Hidden Honolulu 

Hidden Honolulu

We bring you the best secrets the city has to offer.

 


23 Ways to Volunteer in Hawai‘i 

23 ways to volunteer in Hawaii.

Here’s our guide to giving back, from removing invasive species to decorating theater sets. 

 

Waikīkī Parking Guide 2017

Waikiki Parking Guide

Need to find parking in Waikīkī? Here’s your guide.

 

2018 Hale ‘Aina Awards

2018 Hale Aina Awards

Behind the scenes of Hawai‘i’s top restaurants.

 

Downtown Honolulu Parking Guide 2017

Downtown Parking Guide

Need to find parking in downtown Honolulu? Here’s your guide.
 

 

KAHALA MALL MAGAZINE

Kahala Mall

 

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