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Catch The Gay Men’s Chorus of Honolulu at Their Upcoming Jazzy Holiday Jam

The Hawai‘i chapter of the nationwide movement can be found caroling around town this month as well as in a holiday concert at Hawai‘i Theatre.
2019.12.10 05:32 PM

Native Hawaiians Are Taking Ownership of Indigenous Sites and Stories With a New App

Choose from a hundred free, ethically sourced guided tours thanks to Native Stories. The app’s gone global and adds Japanese-language programming this fall. (And did we mention that we love it?)
2019.11.11 05:57 PM

Yes, That Big Red Box in Honolulu’s Chinatown is Talking to You

Don’t be startled if you hear Mayor Kirk Caldwell yell, “Aloha!”
2019.10.07 09:30 AM

HONOLULU Magazine’s Summer Bucket List

We rounded up your must-do list for the season so you can plan the best summer ever.
2019.06.01 07:00 AM

These Two Coworking Spaces on O‘ahu Are Serious Office Goals

When your coworking needs are above and beyond those of what a typical coffee shop can offer, here are two options, in town and Kailua.
2019.01.08 02:45 PM

Have Lunch with an Artist at Hawai‘i State Art Museum

The museum includes work from the Art in Public Places Program, dedicated to acquiring, preserving and displaying works of art that relate to the Hawaiian Islands or the culture of its people.
2018.12.20 06:30 AM

Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum Lets You Climb Into Cockpits

Besides model aircraft and exhibits that depict Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, coast through the skies, dogfight in the air and land on the deck of an aircraft carrier in the museum’s combat flight simulator.
2018.12.19 06:30 AM

Sleep Next to a Volcano at Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum

The challenge at this museum has always been how to showcase its 26 million artifacts and objects.
2018.12.18 05:04 PM

Dance in Front of Homes at Hawai‘i’s Plantation Village

The village is home to 25 structures that depict what life was like for the ethnic groups that lived and worked on Hawai‘i’s plantations.
2018.12.18 04:20 PM

Listen to Stories in a Cemetery at Hawaiian Mission Houses

The mission houses were a site to create and share culture. Two centuries later, they still are.
2018.12.17 11:50 PM

Have Tea at Queen Emma’s Summer Palace

Inside, treasures fill each room: a friendship bracelet containing a lock of English Queen Victoria’s hair; a fireman’s jacket belonging to Emma’s son, Prince Albert Edward; a cloak that survived a bombing in England during World War II
2018.12.14 11:52 AM

Throw a Pier Party at the Battleship “Missouri” Memorial

Best known as the site of the official end of World War II, the USS “Missouri” makes a perfect bookend to the USS “Arizona” Memorial just a few hundred yards off its bow.
2018.12.13 01:50 PM