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Thrifty Rich Locals: 4 Money-Savvy Locals Give Finance Tips for Living in Hawai‘i

How they’ve made it, saved it and are passing it on.
2020.01.27 01:17 PM

Hale ‘Aina Happenings: Here’s What’s New with Hawai‘i Restaurants in January 2020

Where we’re eating Sunday dinner, why you should buy poi mochi doughnuts now and a new look and location for a 72-year-old local favorite.
2020.01.27 01:14 PM

Hana Koa Brewing Co.: Kaka‘ako’s Newest Brewery and Largest Taproom

Find 15 different beers on tap at this new local spot.
2020.01.24 12:33 PM

From a Friendship in Kaka‘ako to a Globe-Trotting Love Affair

Date No. 15 started off slightly scandalous. But with a little patience, a strong bond took this now heartbroken singleton around the world in 730 days.
2020.01.24 10:28 AM

We Tried Every Mini Pie at Hawaiian Pie Co.

In celebration of National Pie Day, we’re revisiting that delicious time when we tried (and ranked) all 7 flavors of pie. Which one won out?
2020.01.23 01:07 PM

The 15 Best Things to Do This Week

A special Chinese New Year dinner at a Hale ‘Aina award-winning restaurant, three concerts, an evening with a future Hawaiian Olympian and a dog day afternoon are just a handful of the reasons to get out of the house this week.
2020.01.22 04:52 PM

Find the Best Budget Tasting Menu at Akira Japanese Restaurant

This hidden happy hour kaiseki on King Street costs less than $50.
2020.01.22 02:19 PM

Entomologist Cynthia King is Tasked With Protecting Hawai‘i’s Biodiversity

She started the first state insectary, established to propagate native rare invertebrates and other of Hawai‘i’s smallest and most overlooked species, including our state insect, the Kamehameha butterfly.
2020.01.21 07:54 PM

Your O‘ahu Neighborhood Guide: King Street at University Avenue in Honolulu

There are plenty of old-school haunts and new grinds on the mauka side of King Street past University Avenue.
2020.01.21 11:20 AM

Eyewitness Account of Deadly Chaos That Left Two Officers Dead in a Diamond Head Neighborhood

Senior editor Don Wallace’s first-person account about the morning on Hibiscus Drive when police officers were shot and fire spread from house to house.
2020.01.21 10:00 AM

Uber, Venmo and Now Online Medical Care—Am I Ready?

If reaching a doctor 24/7 is as simple as turning on a computer, why aren’t more of us doing it?
2020.01.20 03:46 PM

First Look: Chopchop Rotisserie, a New Restaurant in Waikīkī by 12th Ave Grill’s Kevin Hanney

The focus is more on the “chopchop” than the rotisserie.
2020.01.20 11:04 AM