Discover all Best of Honolulu’s winners, both editorial and reader picks.
Whether summer’s got you enjoying the sun or searching for cover, here are eight reasons to leave the house this month. (Just don’t forget sunblock.)
Each month Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vibrant and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: orchid societies.
We asked the HONOLULU staff for their books picks for your summer reading list.
When the community said a tearful goodbye to R&D last December, the wheels were already turning on a new project, an indoor park called Kakaako Agora.
Meet the people who brought you Hawaii’s Consolidated hula trailer. How this local favorite came to life; where the dancers are now.
The summer bon dance season kicks off this month.
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.
Swamp things, not-quite-Teletubbies and aliens overrun Honolulu this June. But things aren’t always what they seem.
The Rev. Craig Yamamoto of the Shinnyo-en Buddhist temple orchestrates the annual Lantern Floating Hawaii ceremony.
As the Hokulea sets off across the world, Hawaii students will be taking notes.
Each month Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vibrant and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: ballroom dancing at the Palladium.