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4 We Tried: We Search for the Best Ways to Learn Hawaiian Online for Free

Hawaiian is one of our state’s official languages. Brush up on your skills or learn something new with these great online resources.
2020.06.09 02:00 PM

What It’s Like Being a Hawaiian Airlines Flight Attendant During a Pandemic

Even with the drastic decrease in visitors to the Islands, flights continue.
2020.06.09 12:00 PM

Suzanne Young and Tricia Nekota from the Honolulu Board of Realtors Answer Your Questions About Reopening Hawai‘i

Watch the interview live, here on HONOLULU Magazine.
2020.06.09 10:43 AM

3 O‘ahu Neighborhoods for The Modern Family

(Sponsored) These local neighborhoods check off the boxes for family-friendly living.
2020.06.09 10:42 AM

Get to Know Your Favorite Local Supermarket with Foodland Fridays

(Sponsored) This week, head to Instagram for the chance to win a Maika‘i gift basket worth $250.
2020.06.09 08:00 AM

“This Is It, I’m Going to Die. Mom, Help.”

After Jayson Harper graduated from Kaiser High School, he was eager to make his mark in New York. But soon, an encounter with police taught him instead to be invisible.
2020.06.09 07:00 AM

First Look, Take Two: Little Joe’s Steakhouse in Honolulu Reopens With an Affordable 3-Course Steak Dinner

A restaurant on Nimitz Highway—which opened March 13 and closed five days later—returns to carve a tasty middle niche.
2020.06.08 04:38 PM

Hawai‘i Foodbank Has Distributed More Than 3.7 Million Pounds of Food on O‘ahu in Less than 2 Months

Tuesday, June 9, will be the final distribution for a special program created to give thousands of struggling local families food. But the need will continue and the Hawai‘i Foodbank needs your help.
2020.06.08 04:26 PM

ESPN Honolulu’s Bobby Curran Joins as Moderator for “Life Interrupted: Sports”

Join us this Thursday, June 11, at 1 p.m. for a talk story on how to handle our student athletes’ mental wellness through these uncertain times.
2020.06.08 04:20 PM

Watch as Thousands Protest in Downtown Honolulu in Support of Black Lives Matter

A week of demonstrations against police brutality, systemic racism and a call for justice for George Floyd resulted in a reported 10,000 people protesting at the Hawai‘i State Capitol on Saturday, June 6.
2020.06.08 02:54 PM

What’s Open or Closed in Honolulu on Kamehameha Day 2020

City and county offices are closed Thursday, June 11, in observance of King Kamehameha Day, a state holiday.
2020.06.08 11:44 AM

Governor David Ige Answers Your Questions About Reopening Hawai‘i

Watch the interview live, here on HONOLULU Magazine.
2020.06.08 10:53 AM