Going Big: Artist Carter Black painted a huge, native Hawaiian mural entitled "Na Moolelo o Kapolei" which is currently installed at Kapolei Hale.
June in Honolulu is for music lovers, including a piano festival, reggae concerts, a Hawaii Symphony Pops performance, taiko drumming and a 1980 roller-disco musical.
Furious paddling, Smokey singing, octopus hunting—May is full of stuff to do.
Whether it’s attending a symphony concert, listening to the dalai lama speak, eating garlic ice cream or running a 5K, there’s something for everyone this month.
The search for the town’s best Bloody.
It’s spring! Get out of the house, laugh out loud, take flight and watch Tahitian troupes dance.
Richard Lowe is Nordstrom's 83-year-old reserve pianist with a repertoire of jazz, show tunes and musicals.
This month, careen through Chinatown, hang with Oscar and get close to koi.
The Future Has Landed: Water-powered jet packs let you fly above the sea.
This month, feed a dancing Chinese lion, root for a hole-in-one and commemorate King’s dream.
We’re the greatest in the world! Even Guinness says so.
This month, see the bright lights, fly like an eagle and crack some nuts.