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Your Sunscreen Might Be Killing Coral Reefs in Hawai‘i

A chemical in sunscreen causes “zombie reefs.”
2016.06.24 05:21 PM

7 Things to Look for at BRUG Bakery’s Grand Reopening at Ala Moana Center

Here’s what you need to know about BRUG’s new location.
2016.06.24 04:31 PM

Experience the Rare “Corpse Plant” Before This Smell Dies at Foster Botanical Garden

The plant typically blooms once every two to five years.
2016.06.16 06:08 PM

What’s Open or Closed in Honolulu on Kamehameha Day 2016

City and county offices are closed Friday, June 10, 2016, in observance of King Kamehameha Day, a state holiday.
2016.06.10 11:44 AM

An Aerial Survey Shows Hawai‘i’s Beaches Are Littered With Marine Debris

The study found 20,658 pieces of buoys, floats, foam, plastics and tires washing up on Hawai‘i beaches.
2016.06.02 11:03 AM

This Might Be the World’s Largest Known Sea Sponge, Discovered Off Hawai‘i Waters

Watch mesmerizing footage of the recent discovery within the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.
2016.05.31 09:12 PM

This National Monument is Home to Rare Species Found Nowhere Else in the World

Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument turns 10 this month. Here’s what that means for Hawai‘i.
2016.05.31 02:29 PM

Hawai‘i’s Hanauma Bay is Named THE Best Beach in America by Dr. Beach

Hawai‘i’s beach is selected as the top beach in America by a Florida professor.
2016.05.26 04:42 PM

HONOLULU Magazine Wins Multiple Awards, Including a National Prize

HONOLULU Magazine wins a CRMA Award and several Hawai‘i Publishers Association Awards.
2016.05.24 03:45 PM

Hawai‘i’s U.S. Rep. Mark Takai is Fighting Cancer, so He Won’t Seek Re-Election

The Congressman from Hawai‘i decides to focus on his fight against cancer.
2016.05.19 02:16 PM

10 Interesting New Proposals Approved by Hawai‘i State Lawmakers That May Affect You

Legislative proposals include social media privacy at work, a latex glove ban and an interisland ferry study. 
2016.05.12 09:06 AM

This Gorgeous Photo of Maui’s Haleakalā Will Appear on the New Forever Stamp

The U.S. Postal Service puts Haleakalā Crater on a stamp.
2016.04.15 12:11 PM
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