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Should Honolulu’s Recycling Program Go Up in Flames?

Honolulu should be recycling even less than it does now.
2015.07.22 10:00 AM

Afterthoughts: Making Lei

Forget store-bought—the best gifts are the ones you make.
2015.07.13 10:00 AM

These Students Learn Computer Programming on Minecraft

Purple Mai‘a, a nonprofit organization, teaches coding and other digital skills to underserved keiki.
2015.07.07 09:00 AM

Finding Honouliuli: Rediscovering an Almost-Forgotten Chapter of Hawai‘i History

How a phone call to a retired librarian led to the rediscovery of the state’s largest internment camp.
2015.06.08 10:00 AM

You’re About to See Honolulu in a Whole New Light

Did you notice the city’s new light fixtures?
2015.05.12 09:00 AM

What Are We Doing to Fix Hawai‘i’s Homeless Crisis?

The Aloha State now has the highest number of homeless per capita in the nation. What are we doing to help the individuals and families living on the streets?
2015.04.22 03:26 PM

Photo Essay: What Do You Do When the Homeless Man on the Street is Your Father?

I documented the difficult experience of reconnecting with my homeless father.
2015.04.10 03:15 PM

Want to Voice Your Opinion on Potential New Laws? Here’s How

Hawai‘i state lawmakers are in the House (and Senate). Tell ’em what’s on your mind.
2015.03.10 01:11 PM

Honolulu is Getting its First Protected Bike Lane on King Street—Here’s What You Need to Know

Cyclists, drivers and pedestrians: Here’s everything you need to know to safely navigate King Street’s new cycle track.
2014.11.17 12:35 PM

The 8 Most Endangered Historic Places in Hawai‘i

The Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, the state Historic Preservation Division and HONOLULU Magazine compile an annual list of some of our state’s most endangered sites.
2014.11.12 09:59 AM

Layoffs, Budget Cuts and Aloha Tower: What’s Next for Hawaii Pacific University?

Hawaii’s largest private university steadily expanded for decades in downtown Honolulu, but the economic downturn has brought challenges. A change in leadership, job cuts, a sharp jump in tuition, and faculty and staff job cuts have shaken Hawaii Pacific University, even as it embarks on an ambitious plan to develop Aloha Tower Marketplace as its new core.
2014.09.10 02:01 PM

Aiea’s New Public Library Preserves Its Sugar Plantation Past

Aiea’s new public library was built on the site of a sugar mill. And it shows.
2014.09.03 03:50 PM
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