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So Much for Social Distancing: Honolulu City Buses are Still Crowded During Quarantine

TheBus has been considered an essential service throughout the pandemic, continuing to get riders where they need to go. But when restrictions eased, O‘ahu’s city buses filled up again, putting its riders at risk.
2020.09.11 03:00 PM

HONOLULU Wins 13 Awards This Year

The magazine earned kudos locally and nationally for our writing and design. So, if you’re looking for some great reads, we have a few suggestions.
2020.09.11 07:00 AM

Honolulu’s Stay At Home, Work From Home Extended Until September 24

The emergency order set to expire this Thursday will last another two weeks, though some new solo activities will be allowed.
2020.09.08 04:12 PM

When a Hurricane Was Headed Our Way, I Couldn’t Help But Think, What Next?

Really, 2020?!
2020.09.01 10:30 AM

Hawai‘i’s State Health and Prison Chiefs Both Stepping Down on State’s Deadliest Day for the Virus

As the state’s once-promising COVID-19 case count blew up, critics called for their ouster as well as increased widespread testing and tracing of those with the coronavirus.
2020.08.31 03:45 PM

World War II Warbirds Will Fly Over Oʻahu for an Aerial Parade This Weekend

We have the details, including when and where you can see these vintage planes go by.
2020.08.28 12:05 PM

A COVID-19 Timeline: How Honolulu Got To This Point

Here are major milestones since the pandemic began changing life in Hawai‘i.
2020.08.27 04:36 PM

Honolulu Ordered to Stay at Home for Two Weeks to Stop Spread of COVID-19

Remember March? We’re about to go back to it. But this time, the shutdown comes with 60,000 free COVID-19 tests.
2020.08.25 04:23 PM

What It’s Like as a Hawai‘i Mail Carrier During a Pandemic

“Our trucks would be full of these huge cases of toilet paper and sanitizer.”
2020.08.25 07:00 AM

Vote for Your Favorite Canned Goods Sculptures Built by Local Architects

The annual Canstruction fundraiser is virtual this year, so you can see what architects have made out of cans of Vienna sausage and vote for your favorite from home.
2020.08.18 10:30 AM

How the Arcadia Family of Companies Copes with COVID-19

The retirement group adapted its pandemic plan quickly to keep residents and those under its care safe.
2020.08.18 07:00 AM

3 Oʻahu People Who Contracted COVID-19 Talk About Their Illness and Long Recovery

The number of coronavirus cases in Hawai‘i just surpassed 4,000, with more than 2,000 of those cases recorded in the past two weeks.
2020.08.14 03:00 PM