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41 Reasons We’re Thankful to Live in Hawai‘i This Thanksgiving

You don’t have to tell us twice–we know how lucky we are to live in Hawai‘i. Here’s why.
2014.11.25 03:26 PM

Friday Frights: A Local Ghoul Glossary

A guide to Hawaii’s melting pot of ghosts, ghouls and demons. Here are a few traditional nightmarish entities from our many local cultures.
2014.10.31 12:00 AM

The 9 Most Haunted Places on O‘ahu

Some spots are more active—paranormally speaking—than others.
2014.10.30 11:33 AM

13 Mainland Chains We Really Wish We Had in Hawai‘i

Is it really too much to ask for Swedish meatballs and animal style burgers?
2014.10.22 03:07 PM

18 Vintage Photos From Hawai‘i’s Pineapple Plantation Past

Historic photos courtesy of the Dole Food Co. Archives at UH’s Hamilton Library.
2014.10.22 11:19 AM

Honolulu is the Worst Place to be During a Zombie Apocalypse

We’re ranked the most appetizing city for the walking dead–Here’s why.
2014.10.17 12:34 PM

The 6 Most Overrated Beaches on Oʻahu (and Their Best Alternatives)

We aren’t picky, we’re just…discerning.
2014.10.10 04:22 PM

Quiz: Can You Guess The Price of These O‘ahu Rentals?

There’s a price to pay for living in paradise. Can you guess what it is?
2014.09.24 02:37 PM

15,000 People From Japan Just Flew to Hawai‘i – Here’s Why

The Japanese pop group Arashi is in town for a two-day concert at Ko ‘Olina. Here are some fun facts about the popular five-member boy band.
2014.09.19 04:09 PM

The Ultimate Lost Drinking Game

Bust out the Dharma beer, because we’ve come up with the best way to binge watch Lost, ever. Warning, with 59 occasions to drink, you might be tipsy before the Smoke Monster even shows up.
2014.09.17 11:46 AM

3 Essential Ways to Survive in the Wild, Hawaiian Style

Brother Noland teaches us how to use a rabbit stick, start a fire and throw a net.
2014.09.15 03:13 PM

The 9 Most Absurdly Luxurious Hotel Suites in Honolulu

Money can’t buy you happiness, but it can get you an awfully nice hotel room. See what $10,000 a night buys you at Honolulu’s fanciest.
2014.09.11 05:32 PM
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This Week In Honolulu

November 2014

Classic Ronald Dahl children’s book The Big Friendly Giant has been adapted for stage and will open at UH Manoa’s Kennedy Theatre this week. The story is about how the BFG and...

Cost: $20 regular, $18 seniors, $15 students, $10 children ages 2-17.

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, HI

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HONOLULU Fashion Week may have ended, but there are still a few more weeks left of Hawai‘i Fashion Month. Watch fashion shows, attend workshops, and this month’s Art & Flea and...

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, HI

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Are you ready to dine out? Dozens of restaurants, from high-end eateries to casual ones, are having promotions, discounts and special menu items this week only. And the best part is that your...

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, HI

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Are you a fan of ’60s music? Four stars from the original cast of Broadway’s Jersey Boys make up this cast, performing a lively concert with songs from The Beatles, The...

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, HI

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Conductor David Stewart Wiley and pianists Christina and Michelle Naughton perform at Blaisdell Concert Hall this weekend as part of Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra’s season lineup. The...

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, HI

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The cryptic disappearance of a man brings his brother home to Hawai‘i to find out what may have happened to him. Shady characters shrouded in mystery abound in this world premiere by Susan...

Where:
, HI

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Paintings of the night can be creepy (Friedrich’sAbbey Among Oak Trees) or serene (van Gogh’sThe Starry Night), but, above all, the darkness is mesmerizing. This new exhibition of...

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, HI

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HONOLULU Fashion Week may have ended, but there are still a few more weeks left of Hawai‘i Fashion Month. Watch fashion shows, attend workshops, and this month’s Art & Flea and...

Where:
, HI

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The cryptic disappearance of a man brings his brother home to Hawai‘i to find out what may have happened to him. Shady characters shrouded in mystery abound in this world premiere by Susan...

Where:
, HI

More information

Paintings of the night can be creepy (Friedrich’sAbbey Among Oak Trees) or serene (van Gogh’sThe Starry Night), but, above all, the darkness is mesmerizing. This new exhibition of...

Where:
, HI

More information

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The cryptic disappearance of a man brings his brother home to Hawai‘i to find out what may have happened to him. Shady characters shrouded in mystery abound in this world premiere by Susan...

Where:
, HI

More information

HONOLULU Fashion Week may have ended, but there are still a few more weeks left of Hawai‘i Fashion Month. Watch fashion shows, attend workshops, and this month’s Art & Flea and...

Where:
, HI

More information

Paintings of the night can be creepy (Friedrich’sAbbey Among Oak Trees) or serene (van Gogh’sThe Starry Night), but, above all, the darkness is mesmerizing. This new exhibition of...

Where:
, HI

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Are you looking for that unique piece that makes a room come alive or scarf that makes you smile? Join us at our annual Honolulu Museum of Art School Holiday Art Sale Wednesday, Nov. 26, through...

Cost: Free

Where:
Honolulu Museum of Art School
1111 Victoria Street
Honolulu, HI  96814
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Sponsor: Honolulu Museum of Art School
Telephone: 532-8705
Contact Name: Christine Koroki
Website »

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The cryptic disappearance of a man brings his brother home to Hawai‘i to find out what may have happened to him. Shady characters shrouded in mystery abound in this world premiere by Susan...

Where:
, HI

More information

HONOLULU Fashion Week may have ended, but there are still a few more weeks left of Hawai‘i Fashion Month. Watch fashion shows, attend workshops, and this month’s Art & Flea and...

Where:
, HI

More information

Paintings of the night can be creepy (Friedrich’sAbbey Among Oak Trees) or serene (van Gogh’sThe Starry Night), but, above all, the darkness is mesmerizing. This new exhibition of...

Where:
, HI

More information

Show More...
Show Less...

Are you looking for that unique piece that makes a room come alive or scarf that makes you smile? Join us at our annual Honolulu Museum of Art School Holiday Art Sale Wednesday, Nov. 26, through...

Cost: Free

Where:
Honolulu Museum of Art School
1111 Victoria Street
Honolulu, HI  96814
View map »


Sponsor: Honolulu Museum of Art School
Telephone: 532-8705
Contact Name: Christine Koroki
Website »

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The Barefoot Beach Café in Waikīkī is holding a Thanksgiving Prix Fixe lunch and dinner on Thursday, Nov. 27, from 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m.   Lunch & Dinner Menu: Roast...

Cost: Lunch: $18/ddult, $10/child ($10 & under) Dinner: $22/adult, $15/child

Where:
Barefoot Beach Cafe
2699 Kalakaua Ave.
Honolulu, HI  96815
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Website »

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The cryptic disappearance of a man brings his brother home to Hawai‘i to find out what may have happened to him. Shady characters shrouded in mystery abound in this world premiere by Susan...

Where:
, HI

More information

HONOLULU Fashion Week may have ended, but there are still a few more weeks left of Hawai‘i Fashion Month. Watch fashion shows, attend workshops, and this month’s Art & Flea and...

Where:
, HI

More information

Paintings of the night can be creepy (Friedrich’sAbbey Among Oak Trees) or serene (van Gogh’sThe Starry Night), but, above all, the darkness is mesmerizing. This new exhibition of...

Where:
, HI

More information

Show More...
Show Less...

Are you looking for that unique piece that makes a room come alive or scarf that makes you smile? Join us at our annual Honolulu Museum of Art School Holiday Art Sale Wednesday, Nov. 26, through...

Cost: Free

Where:
Honolulu Museum of Art School
1111 Victoria Street
Honolulu, HI  96814
View map »


Sponsor: Honolulu Museum of Art School
Telephone: 532-8705
Contact Name: Christine Koroki
Website »

More information

Paintings of the night can be creepy (Friedrich’sAbbey Among Oak Trees) or serene (van Gogh’sThe Starry Night), but, above all, the darkness is mesmerizing. This new exhibition of...

Where:
, HI

More information

The cryptic disappearance of a man brings his brother home to Hawai‘i to find out what may have happened to him. Shady characters shrouded in mystery abound in this world premiere by Susan...

Where:
, HI

More information

HONOLULU Fashion Week may have ended, but there are still a few more weeks left of Hawai‘i Fashion Month. Watch fashion shows, attend workshops, and this month’s Art & Flea and...

Where:
, HI

More information

Comedian Iglesias returns to Honolulu for the third year in a row, this time on his Unity Through Laughter world tour. He used to wear aloha shirts because they were all that would fit him, but the...

Where:
, HI

More information

Show More...
Show Less...

Are you looking for that unique piece that makes a room come alive or scarf that makes you smile? Join us at our annual Honolulu Museum of Art School Holiday Art Sale Wednesday, Nov. 26, through...

Cost: Free

Where:
Honolulu Museum of Art School
1111 Victoria Street
Honolulu, HI  96814
View map »


Sponsor: Honolulu Museum of Art School
Telephone: 532-8705
Contact Name: Christine Koroki
Website »

More information

The cryptic disappearance of a man brings his brother home to Hawai‘i to find out what may have happened to him. Shady characters shrouded in mystery abound in this world premiere by Susan...

Where:
, HI

More information

Paintings of the night can be creepy (Friedrich’sAbbey Among Oak Trees) or serene (van Gogh’sThe Starry Night), but, above all, the darkness is mesmerizing. This new exhibition of...

Where:
, HI

More information

Comedian Iglesias returns to Honolulu for the third year in a row, this time on his Unity Through Laughter world tour. He used to wear aloha shirts because they were all that would fit him, but the...

Where:
, HI

More information

HONOLULU Fashion Week may have ended, but there are still a few more weeks left of Hawai‘i Fashion Month. Watch fashion shows, attend workshops, and this month’s Art & Flea and...

Where:
, HI

More information

Hawaiian Mission Houses and Kawaiaha‘o Church team up again this year to present one of the oldest craft fairs on O‘ahu, selling 100-percent locally made gifts from more than 50 vendors...

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, HI

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