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Free Na Leo Pilimehana Concert for May Day Celebration in Waikiki

May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii, and a free concert by Na Leo Pilimehana on Waikiki Beach will be part of an event celebrating it.
2014.04.29 11:30 AM

Unsolicited Advice: No More Aloha

A few months ago, two Oahu crosswalks made headlines when a mystery graffiti writer added eight white lines to each of them, spelling out the word “ALOHA.”
2014.04.29 10:37 AM

Hale Aina Happenings: New Dishes and News

Nobu Waikiki, Monkeypod Kitchen, Cactus, Vintage Cave
2014.04.29 07:35 AM

From Our Files: April

In 1888, King Kalakaua issued a royal charter, commissioning a magazine. Then titled Paradise of the Pacific, this publication became HONOLULU Magazine, making it the oldest magazine west of the Mississippi.
2014.04.29 06:00 AM

Thank a Teacher for National Teacher Appreciation Week

Take a moment to thank your favorite teacher.
2014.04.28 05:55 PM

Local shopping picks from Hawaii Five-0’s costumers

2014.04.28 02:30 PM

Is Same-Day Voter Registration in Hawaii on its Way?

A proposal in the Hawaii state Legislature would allow for same-day voter registration.
2014.04.28 02:23 PM

Where to Take Mom for Mother's Day

Mother's Day is May 11
2014.04.28 12:09 PM

2014 Honolulu 5K for Kids

On April 27, the Honolulu 5K for Kids started at South Beretania Street and finished at South King Street. The event helps to provide additional funding for Hawaii public and private school fitness programs.
2014.04.28 10:23 AM

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2014.04.25 06:03 PM

Wild 2014 Hawaii Election Predictions

With the primary—and general—election still months away, we thought we’d chat up some local political pundits to get their big Campaign 2014 predictions.
2014.04.25 01:16 PM

New at the Kakaako Farmers Market

Daylight Mind Coffee Co., Tasty Dim Sum and Snacks, Hawaiian Fresh Farms
2014.04.25 10:38 AM

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