A guide to Hawaii’s melting pot of ghosts, ghouls and demons. Here are a few traditional nightmarish entities from our many local cultures.
Some spots are more active—paranormally speaking—than others.
Is it really too much to ask for Swedish meatballs and animal style burgers?
We’re ranked the most appetizing city for the walking dead–Here’s why.
We aren’t picky, we’re just…discerning.
There’s a price to pay for living in paradise. Can you guess what it is?
The Japanese pop group Arashi is in town for a two-day concert at Ko ‘Olina. Here are some fun facts about the popular five-member boy band.
Bust out the Dharma beer, because we’ve come up with the best way to binge watch Lost, ever. Warning, with 59 occasions to drink, you might be tipsy before the Smoke Monster even shows up.
Brother Noland teaches us how to use a rabbit stick, start a fire and throw a net.
Money can’t buy you happiness, but it can get you an awfully nice hotel room. See what $10,000 a night buys you at Honolulu’s fanciest.
Mililani-raised. Manoa-educated. Kakaako-bound. Kamaaina or visitor, you’ve found yourself settled into one of Honolulu’s many diverse neighborhood pockets. But are you in the wrong place?
In Hawaii, locals are dumping buckets of ice water over their heads as part of ALS Association’s “Ice Bucket Challenge.”