Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vibrant and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: the Koko Crater Trail.
Cafe Central, a microcafe to find.
Today, Bank of Hawaii is redesigning its ATMs to allow customers to conduct their transactions in Olelo Hawaii, in addition to the existing English, Japanese and Chinese choices.
What happens to Kakaako’s creative community when Kamehameha Schools kicks into high gear?
An antique neon clock from Club Hubba Hubba has popped up in L.A. But is it real?
Baltimore, Md., hosts the Grand Prix of Baltimore every Labor Day, closing its waterfront streets for a road race in which cars zoom around at 180 mph.
Bar manager Justin Park’s star is rising along with Manifest’s: Last year, he won his first bartending competition with a Hotel Street Sour, and he’s been racking up wins ever since, including $10,000 in the World’s Best Mai Tai showdown.
A review of Robert Cazimero's solo CD release Hula 2 and Kerri A. Inglis latest book Mai Lepera.
A legendary local cookbook gets an update.
Health nut? Then beet your way to these juices.
Things HONOLULU Magazine's editor learned while trying, mainly failing, to fix up an older apartment.
Taste, a pop-up venue, isn’t a restaurant itself, but a host to new concepts.