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Comfort Eats: Corned Beef Hash Patties from Local Okazuyas

Coping with crisis through pillowy patties.
2020.05.18 09:24 AM

How Hawai‘i Farmers Markets Are Keeping Shoppers Safe

Many local farmers markets remain open as essential businesses, so they’ve made tweaks to their operations to ensure proper social distancing, sanitizing and more. Plus, find out which ones are still open.
2020.04.17 01:18 PM

Long Live Kaho‘olawe: Restoring the Former Military Bombing Site Off the Coast of Maui

Twenty years after the bombing stopped, Kaho‘olawe sets a path for the future
2020.02.04 06:57 PM

Listen to HONOLULU’s Managing Editor on “Have Aloha Will Travel”

Our very own Katrina Valcourt talks about the Hale ‘Aina Awards and a recent trip to Maui on the latest episode of HAWAI‘I Magazine’s podcast.
2019.08.19 05:37 PM

HONOLULU Magazine Wins 13 Awards This Season!

The magazine took home local and national prizes for writing, design and general excellence over the past few weeks.
2019.06.17 01:31 PM

Portraits of Gender and Sexual Identities in the Hawaiian Community

Mana Magazine explored Hawaiian cultural traditions through modern icons.
2019.05.14 04:02 PM

Should Hawai‘i Continue to Recycle? These Experts Say You Should Think Again

Environmentalists say “refusing” and “reusing” are much better than recycling. Here’s what you should know.
2019.04.22 12:15 PM

The Bishop Museum’s Melanie Y. Ide on the Future of the World-Class Institution

Melanie Y. Ide, who took the helm of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum in January 2018, wants to get the word out.
2018.12.18 05:03 PM

The Sunscreen Ban in Hawai‘i is Creating Opportunities for Local Businesses

Changing laws and attitudes are creating opportunities for Hawai‘i’s natural sunscreen startups.
2018.10.30 11:14 AM

Searching for a Hawai‘i Icon: The Manapua Man

O‘ahu’s manapua man holds a special place in the hearts, and stomachs, of local residents.
2018.10.18 05:18 PM