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Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the State Capitol This March

Almost exactly 10 years after statehood, Hawai‘i’s lawmakers made the move from a palace to the nation’s last state Capitol. Now, 50 years later, you’re invited to the celebration on March 15 and 16.
2019.03.14 05:20 PM

The Post-Landslide Perils of the Pali Highway Continue Until August

If you need to go to the Windward Side, bookmark this commute schedule.
2019.03.07 03:39 PM

Why So Many Major Events Are Leaving Kapi‘olani Regional Park

Kapi‘olani Regional Park is somewhat of an anomaly: It is managed by the city but governed by a trust.
2019.01.24 07:00 AM

6 Things That Stood Out at Gov. David Ige’s State of the State Speech

The Governor reached out and lawmakers seemed more open to his ideas.
2019.01.23 06:08 PM

What’s Open or Closed in Honolulu for Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2019

Your guide to which Honolulu City and County services will be available or suspended in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 21, 2019.
2019.01.16 12:18 PM

Kailua Survey Prompts Response from 1 Out of 4 Households—Here Are the Results

Large landowner Alexander & Baldwin gets an earful on traffic, tourism, trust and preserving the Pali Lanes bowling alley.
2018.12.14 05:43 PM

Vintage Portal Lets Us Take a Trip Through Time

See Honolulu then and now through the lens of these Old Honolulu photos.
2018.11.29 07:12 PM

Afterthoughts: Road Rage

If you’re going to target a misdemeanor, I’ve got a better idea.
2018.11.14 04:00 PM

So You Want to Vote on Tuesday, Nov. 6 But Forgot to Register? No Worries!

HONOLULU Magazine’s last-minute voting guide to General Election 2018.
2018.11.05 06:11 PM

U.S. Sen. Mazie Hirono on Life as a National Lightning Rod Ahead of Election Day

The Hawai‘i lawmaker says voters tell her they appreciate her strong language.
2018.11.02 05:34 PM

The New Reality of Vog and What We Can Do About It

With the recent unprecedented volcanic emissions, the Environmental Protection Agency has stepped in on the Big Island with measures appropriate for a major toxic event. If it’s that serious there, what’s in store for O‘ahu? We take a deep breath and examine the new reality of vog—and what we can do about it.
2018.08.31 06:11 PM

Political Survivor: A Closer Look at Hawaiʻi’s First Female Senator, Mazie Hirono

As she runs for a second term we take a closer look at a politician who’s more interesting now than she’s ever been.
2018.07.23 05:18 PM