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What Happened to Chinatown’s Arts District?

There goes the neighborhood.
2020.03.31 07:00 AM

10 Years of Pow! Wow!, the Now-Global Street-Art Festival That Originated in Hawai‘i

Here’s a look back at the history and HONOLULU photographer Aaron K. Yoshino’s favorite moments.
2020.03.05 03:00 PM

Proposed 2021 Shutdown of the Blaisdell Center Delayed

Why the mayor says the big project to renovate the concert hall and arena have been put on hold.
2020.02.03 02:53 PM

Da Untold Story of Hawaiian Santa, a Pidgin Story by Lee A. Tonouchi

A never-before published work of fiction from the renowned Pidgin Guerilla.
2019.12.24 10:00 AM

7 Things We Expect President Obama Will Do on O‘ahu

After many Hawai‘i vacations, President Barack Obama is spending Christmas on O‘ahu with his family this month once again. Here’s what to expect.
2019.12.20 02:09 PM

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

Will These 4 Hawaiian Traditions Disappear Forever?

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs hopes to bolster ancient cultural traditions with a soon-to-be-released directory of artists, instructors and experts. Meet four of those practitioners who are fighting to keep their ancient arts alive.
2019.12.05 05:03 PM

Are We Cashing in On TV And Film Production Or Is It Just a Hollywood Illusion?

Last year was Hawai‘i’s most lucrative year to date for film production. So why are we setting limits that some say will keep studios away?
2019.11.26 07:00 AM

How Screenwriters Aaron and Jordan Kandell Went from Hawai‘i to Hollywood

Local twins and screenwriters Aaron and Jordan Kandell hadn’t planned a future in film. Yet they went from Hawai‘i to Hollywood. Here’s how.
2019.11.21 05:12 PM

Kip Wilborn Takes Over as Producing Director of Mānoa Valley Theatre

The internationally known tenor, actor and director steps in as the not-for-profit theater completes its 50th season and begins planning for the next 50.
2019.10.29 05:10 PM

The Hawai‘i Writer’s Life

Yes, lucky we live Hawai‘i, the only state with its own regional literature. But, lately, it’s only gotten harder to make a go of it for our diverse, dedicated and ink-stained scribbling class.
2019.10.25 03:47 PM

Hawai‘i Woodshow’s New Location Offers You a Rare Inside Look at a Century-Old Hall

After decades in a museum, this annual showcase for local woodworkers and artisans is moving to Moanalua Garden’s Chinese Hall.
2019.10.03 05:59 PM