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Fear of the New Coronavirus Has Sent Mask Sales Soaring Across the World

Hawai‘i residents and travelers are looking for protection. Here’s what you should know before you buy masks.
2020.02.07 05:50 PM

We Can Thank Ralph Goto for Honolulu’s World-Class Ocean Safety and Lifeguard Services Division

The OG Aquaman.
2019.12.16 10:00 AM

We Asked an O‘ahu Grower How to Treat a Poinsettia

Bloom bright.
2019.12.10 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

What It Takes to Open a Hawai‘i Restaurant in Japan

For his first overseas restaurant, Andrew Le resists the Hawai‘i-fication of The Pig & The Lady while calibrating recipes with Japanese ingredients.
2019.11.06 10:35 AM

From Now Until Friday, Alaska Airlines is Selling Tickets Discounted by the Size of the Surf in Hawai‘i

12-foot waves get you 15% off, but you have to buy from Nov. 4 to 8 for flights through Nov. 20. The deal is based on Surfline.com forecasts.
2019.11.05 10:33 AM

O‘ahu in 1967: “The Flop That Flipped”

Since the Polynesian Cultural Center opened in 1963, some 38 million people have visited. But early on, many considered the concept outlandish, as HONOLULU Magazine reminded them a few years later.
2019.10.24 11:50 AM

Extracts From an Interview With Tom Selleck, The O.G. Thomas Magnum

When the original “Magnum, P.I.,” went off the air in 1988, it was one of TV’s highest-rated shows. Twenty years later the reboot debuted. Its new season premiered Friday, Sept. 27.
2019.10.10 12:02 PM

Best of Honolulu 2019: The Best of Fitness and Outdoor on O‘ahu

The 9 editorial and reader picks for the best ways to get out and active.
2019.09.03 12:54 PM

The Oldest Female Competitor Prepares for the 50th Annual Waikīkī Roughwater Swim

At 83, Lori Auhll has completed the race 20 times. She didn’t finish twice because, well, there’s a reason it’s called the Roughwater.
2019.08.26 03:41 PM

Stories From When the Vanderbilts, George F. Baker and Henry Robinson Luce Visited Hawai‘i

Here we see how the other half lived on vacation—sometimes breaking the law in style—and even, in one instance, dying.
2019.08.15 05:18 PM

How Hawai‘i’s Endangered ‘Alalā is Slowly Making a Comeback

Ongoing efforts to save Hawai‘i’s last remaining crow seem promising, but officials warn that it’s still a long road ahead.
2019.07.22 03:51 PM