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Hawai‘i Universities Adjust Fall Plans, Again, as ICE Removes Exceptions for International Students

Many students are at risk of being sent back to their home countries if they don’t attend classes in person next semester.
2020.07.11 07:00 AM

The 9 Best Açaí Bowls on O‘ahu

We round up our top picks for the healthy, trendy (and tasty) superfood.
2020.07.10 01:40 PM

Get Shave Ice for Only One Dollar This Month at Waiola on O‘ahu

Waiola Shave Ice is saying mahalo to customers with a special deal on weekdays through July.
2020.07.10 12:00 PM

How Hawaiian Shirts Fight Extremism

Recent sightings of aloha shirts on members of the race-war-promoting “boogaloo boys” run counter to our iconic garment’s history.
2020.07.10 07:00 AM

Mayor Caldwell Says He’s Uncertain Hawai‘i Should Welcome Visitors on Aug. 1

Citing surging numbers of cases in California, a spike in Hawai‘i cases and dwindling testing supplies, Caldwell says he’s struggling as he looks for ways to boost the economy while the city announces three more big food assistance events.
2020.07.09 06:03 PM

Health Department Warns Restaurants and Bars: Take Precautions or Risk Shutdown

The Hawai‘i Health Department announced it will inspect and close restaurants that aren’t maintaining physical distancing, mask-wearing and other COVID-19 precautions.
2020.07.09 05:55 PM

Ready or Natto: Enjoy Dishes Starring Japan’s Fermented Soybeans on July 10

(Sponsored) Celebrate Natto Day, July 10, with special natto-themed takeout dishes from six local restaurants.
2020.07.09 11:24 AM

Dan Akaka Became the First Native Hawaiian Elected to the U.S. Senate in 1990

Ahead of the July candidate filing deadline, Dan Boylan reflects on the pivotal U.S. Senate race between Democrat Dan Akaka and Republican Pat Saiki, following the death of Spark Matsunaga.
2020.07.09 07:00 AM

Gida Snyder of Slow Island Co. on Being Black in the Food Industry

The caterer and maker of syrups using Hawai‘i-grown ingredients on why she’s talking race and politics in her business.
2020.07.08 12:00 PM

Go From 0 to Dinner in Just 30 Minutes with Calabash Kits

(Sponsored) For our final Foodland Friday on July 10, join corporate chef Keoni Chang for a live cooking demo starring Foodland’s ready-to-make meals designed for busy locals.
2020.07.08 09:10 AM

The 8 Best Things to Do This Week in Honolulu

Go to a concert (in person!), stroll down a cleaner and carless Hotel Street, learn about a Hawaiian woman in power or hike through an uncrowded garden.
2020.07.08 07:00 AM

HiSAM Is Reopening Monday, July 13. Here’s What You Need to Know

A new exhibition will welcome visitors, though the museum shop and café remain closed for now.
2020.07.07 04:54 PM