In recognition of the centennial, HONOLULU Magazine offers a sweeping look at Diamond Head Theatre’s evolution, the stars who have stood before its footlights, and where it is headed as it enters its second century of drama.
From the Miss Chinatown pageant to a country superstar, September 2014 is filled with some major girl power! (And wine. No girls’ night out is complete without wine.)
Enjoy Labor Day Week in Honolulu with short films, fun with cake, breakfast for dinner, art, laughs and the birthday of a Hawaiian queen.
Put down your ouzo sorbet and hop to the dance floor, the Greek Festival is back!
Beaches are great, but some weekends you just have to head for the hills. Here are a few of our favorite land-based adventures.
Some of Oahu’s coolest adventures happen outdoors at night.
Hawaii is a beautiful place. Don’t let tourists have all the fun.
With our perfect weather, camping in Hawaii couldn’t be easier. Just grab a tent and some supplies, and head out to one of these scenic spots.
Many Europeans take the month of August to travel, while Americans celebrate National Goat Cheese Month. In Hawaii, we’re sampling beers, cleaning our beaches and laughing at local comedy.
Gauging what’s hot and what’s not in Honolulu.
Every third Saturday of July, hula halau converge on one of the last remaining ancient pa hula, hula mounds, at Moanalua Gardens.