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University of Hawaii at Manoa Students Stage Sit-in to Protest Firing of Chancellor Tom Apple

Here’s how it went down, in photos.
2014.07.31 05:59 PM

We’re Pumped! Neglected Kakaako Pumping Station Gets T.L.C.

A historic but neglected local building finally gets a new tenant.
2014.07.30 01:53 PM

New Aiea Public Library Preserves Historic Sugar Mill Style

Aiea’s new public library was built on the site of a sugar mill. And it shows.
2014.07.14 06:00 AM

Walmart Opens First Downtown Honolulu Store

Big-box retailer moves into old Macy’s/Liberty House space.
2014.07.09 04:49 PM

A New Director and a New Direction for Hawaii Theatre

Hawaii Theatre has a new director.
2014.07.02 06:00 AM

HONOLULU Magazine Wins 11 Hawaii Society of Professional Journalists Awards

SPJ Award-winning stories covered everything from UH football to same-sex marriage.
2014.06.30 11:39 AM

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii Keeps Oahu Tidy with Pop-Up Cleanups

Almost 1,000 volunteers removed thousands of pounds of trash from a pop-up cleanup.
2014.06.25 01:44 PM

From the Publisher: Welcome to the New HonoluluMagazine.com

We’ve just launched our new mobile-friendly website and we can’t wait for you to experience it.
2014.06.06 04:14 PM

Meet Four Hawaii Women Honored by YWCA of Oahu for their Leadership

Four Hawaii women were honored for their exemplary leadership.
2014.06.05 12:55 PM

HONOLULU Magazine Wins Hawaii Publisher’s Association Pai Awards

HONOLULU took home honors for stories on topics ranging from the International Marketplace to the Special Session on Same-Sex Marriage.
2014.06.02 09:08 AM

Hawaii’s Natatorium War Memorial Declared a “National Treasure” — What’s Next for the Waikiki Landmark?

Natatorium declared “National Treasure.”
2014.05.22 10:02 PM

Reinventing Hawaii’s Round Top

For decades, Puu Ualakaa State Wayside was cared for by one man. Now, its management is changing hands, to a commercial tour company. What the shift means for one of Oahu’s most scenic parks.
2014.05.14 02:11 PM

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