Think you know your local art? A new Honolulu Museum of Art exhibition may surprise you. Turns out that, in the years between the World Wars, Hawaii was a hotbed of modernist art.
Can you name that Honolulu art deco building?
Live Hawaiian music is coming to the Honolulu Museum of Art; its Music of Hawaii series will be bringing in a different artist to perform at the Doris Duke Theatre every third Wednesday of the month.
A nationally known comic writer has a new book out, set in Honolulu. But wait, this isn’t the Honolulu we know.
A local photographer recreates an early book about surfing.
Kanikapila Reloaded: Bringing living room jams to the masses.
Going Pono: A local resort embraces traditional Hawaiian design.
History Remixed: Local teacher becomes YouTube sensation.
Hawaiian Room Hula: A dancer recalls her fondest memories of performing at the Hawaiian Room in New York in celebration of the 75th anniversary of its opening.
Party Foul: Celebration of the arts, or party overload—has First Friday become a monster?
Town and Country: These two books highlight the history of our city and our hiking trails.
Native Nattiness: Indigenous art meets haute couture.