Honolulu’s barbershop quartets belt out the four-part harmonies.
It’s not enough anymore to simply run a marathon. No, these days, races are getting zany. Check out this passel of chases happening in the next year, each with their own gimmick.
A local photographer recreates an early book about surfing.
RIP, the Mad Men koa bar at which you could have ordered a drink.
Don’t pack those school bags yet! Summertime isn’t over until a street party, some great guitarists and a sake shindig move through town.
It’s a good month for tattoo enthusiasts, many of whom will be gathering at this month’s Pacific Ink and Art Expo.
Honolulu Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since 1888.
Design director Erik Ries was so captivated by this November 1970 Holiday Annual cover that he was moved to recreate it.
Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vibrant and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: the Koko Crater Trail.
What could be finer than fresh air and a view with your pau hana drinks? These 12 bars stand out from the rest, and remind us—lucky we live Hawaii.
July may be muggy, but it’s hard to retreat from the heat when there are bon dances, a collectible extravaganza and two great American artists’ Hawaiian works on display.
HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since the 1888 in Honolulu, Hawaii.