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Editor’s Page: Dear Unnamed Writer

It isn’t often that a written letter arrives at my desk.
2019.11.14 03:42 PM

Can You Guess How Many Pies Lee’s Bakery and Kitchen in Chinatown Sells on Thanksgiving Day in Honolulu?

A good day to pie hard.
2019.11.14 07:00 AM

No Walk in the Park: 3 Honolulu Projects Making Headlines Right Now

Even playgrounds and parks can spark protests.
2019.11.13 04:54 PM

5 Restaurants, Bars and Breweries for Football Sunday Brunch in Honolulu

Thanks to early kickoff times, Sunday now means new breakfast and brew options.
2019.11.13 04:13 PM

The 11 Best Things To Do This Week

Go concert hopping for three days, sip coffee- or lychee-flavored hard cider, celebrate environmental heroes, dig into dried aku potato salad and more.
2019.11.13 11:59 AM

Native Hawaiians Are Taking Ownership of Indigenous Sites and Stories With a New App

Choose from a hundred free, ethically sourced guided tours thanks to Native Stories. The app’s gone global and adds Japanese-language programming this fall. (And did we mention that we love it?)
2019.11.11 05:57 PM

2019 Burger Bash Presented by Alaska Mileage Plan

On Saturday, Nov. 9, HONOLULU Magazine took over the Kāhala Mall Chili’s parking lot with our first-ever burger fest.
2019.11.11 02:18 PM

First Look: Halekūlani Bakery & Restaurant

Find edamame bread, raspberry pistachio tarts and cioppino at the new Halepuna hotel by Halekūlani.
2019.11.11 11:51 AM

#ICYMI: A Fresh Matt Bruening Collection and Three New Local Labels from the First Friday Fashion Show

Get a first look at all the Island-chic fashions.
2019.11.08 04:41 PM

Eat Fine Dining Dishes in the Produce Aisle of Kōkua Market

Chef Sharif Wagdy hopes to help keep Kōkua Market open with a pop-up restaurant and new deli menu.
2019.11.08 03:54 PM

50 First Dates: Baby Got (a Text) Back

Our nameless lady on date No. 7 can thank Sir Mix-A-Lot for her new go-to drink order.
2019.11.08 11:39 AM

The Ultimate Lost Surf Film Footage Comes to Light at HIFF’s Screening of “Lost and Found: The Film Archives of Greg Noll”

A single screening November 9 at 11:30 a.m., followed by a Q&A with Noll, should be a highlight of the festival—for surfers and also those who can’t get enough of vintage Hawai‘i in the early 1950s.
2019.11.07 06:44 PM