Eight years before the Dec. 7, 1941, Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, a Japanese-language publication hit Honolulu like a bombshell, predicting war with the United States and an inevitable Japanese victory.
Keeping our beaches clean begins with what we do on land.
Objects of the past may be closer than they appear.
King David Kalakaua founded this magazine under a royal charter as Paradise of the Pacific, publishing our first issue in January 1888. On these pages, we take you back in time to see what life in Honolulu was like then.
You can describe a place using words. You can show a place with pictures. But to really experience a place, you have to stand in it. This is our list of the most endangered historic places in Hawaii.
Horse Sense: Got a long face? Maybe a horse can help.
We’re overdue to add at least one more bridge. Even a pedestrian overpass connecting the makai end of University Avenue to Kalaimoku Street in Waikiki would make a difference.
A Green Century: The Outdoor Circle has been beautifying Honolulu for 100 years now.
For dolphins, whales or seals in bad situations, Hawaii’s Marine Mammal Response Network knows just what to do.
As far as 1888, when this magazine was born.
Halloween in Honolulu? Bah humbug.
HONOLULU talks with mayoral candidate Kirk Caldwell about rail—is it over?—how we’re going to pay for sewer improvements, and being compared to Mufi Hannemann.