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Small-Kine Homes: How 4 Local Families Make the Most of Little Spaces in Hawai‘i

Locally, making do with fewer square feet has long been a fact of life for Hawai‘i families.
2019.06.14 05:03 PM

A Tiny Home Offered This Hawai‘i Family a Fresh Start After Kīlauea Erupted

After lava from Kīlauea last year destroyed their Kapoho home of 18 years, John and Nancy Theismann decided to downsize.
2019.06.14 05:03 PM

This Local Radio Show is Beaming Vintage Hawaiian Music Across the Globe

Hawai‘i radio icon Harry B. Soria jr.’s long-running show, “Territorial Airwaves,” is inspiring new recordings.
2019.06.13 03:25 PM

O‘ahu in 1934: Honolulu’s Vanishing Street Car Tracks

The advent of Honolulu’s new, technologically advanced fleet of Twin Coach buses signaled a new era in the city’s rapid transit system.
2019.06.13 12:12 PM

Maui-Raised Alana Kysar Shines a Spotlight on Local Hawai‘i Food in Her New Cookbook

Cook the book.
2019.06.11 04:21 PM

Your Guide to ‘Ono Meals and Killer Deals in Honolulu

Good food doesn’t have to cost a lot.
2019.06.06 05:45 PM

O‘ahu in 1978: Housing Prices on the Rise in Hawai‘i

In the late 1970s, Hawai‘i’s housing prices hit an all-time high. Fast forward four decades, and we’re still singing the same tune.
2019.06.06 12:19 PM

Ask An Expert: How Does Our City Prepare For Hurricane Season?

The director of the city’s Department of Emergency Management oversees recovery and planning efforts to make O‘ahu a more resilient, safer place to live.
2019.06.04 04:04 PM

Editor’s Page: Season’s Greetings

What will you do with your two more hours of sunlight?
2019.06.02 07:00 AM

The 10 Best Events on O‘ahu in June

Explore the inner workings of a whale, stock up on mangoes, and maybe get a new tattoo.
2019.06.01 10:00 AM

Afterthoughts: Homeward Bound

Scrimp a little, save a lot.
2019.06.01 07:00 AM

Meet Honolulu’s Registrar for the Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts

When he’s not coordinating the Honolulu City Lights annual holiday wreath contest or dressing up for historical re-enactments, Tory Laitila is responsible for helping manage the city’s art collection.
2019.05.29 04:13 PM