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Vote for Your Favorites in HONOLULU Magazine’s Best of Honolulu 2019

Deadline is Feb. 28. Entrants age 21 and over are automatically entered to win a dine-around-town package worth $250.
2019.01.30 10:16 AM

Your Guide to the Perfect Weekend in Honolulu: Feb. 1–2, 2019

Ring in the year of the pig, celebrate 20 years of Taking Back Sunday and brave the rain at Punahou School’s annual fundraiser.
2019.01.30 10:14 AM

The Green Room Keeps Bringing the World’s Best Environment Writers to Honolulu

Here’s Why You Won’t Want to Miss Richard Powers on Feb. 6.
2019.01.29 05:01 PM

Your Ultimate Guide to the 2019 Night in Chinatown and Lunar New Year Parade

Celebrate Chinese New Year in Honolulu and ring in the Year of the Pig at Night in Chinatown on Feb. 2.
2019.01.29 01:53 PM

Santacruz Taco Co. Launches New Dishes This Week

Go for tasty tacos, the pokeviche, three new dishes and an absorbing map of Mexican regional cuisine at this Downtown restaurant.
2019.01.28 12:52 PM

High School Students Can Earn College Credits at UH Mānoa This Summer

(Sponsored) High school students in 10th and 11th grade can apply for Outreach College’s Summer Scholar Program at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
2019.01.28 11:09 AM

Best of the Fests: O‘ahu’s 21 Annual Ethnic Festivals

Stuff your face with authentic food while soaking in the cultures of the Islands. From hula and Chinese lion dances to taiko and opera, this list of 21 ethnic festivals on O‘ahu won’t disappoint.
2019.01.25 05:00 PM

Coming Soon: Old Pali Road Whiskey by Ko‘olau Distillery

A new Kailua distillery is producing locally made bourbon-style whiskey.
2019.01.25 10:55 AM

How 3 Hawai‘i Neighborhoods Take Pride in Their Community

Neighborhood-pride movements are trending. Here are three.
2019.01.25 10:36 AM

P.F. Chang’s Celebrates Chinese New Year with a Special Limited-Time-Only Menu

(Sponsored) From Jan. 25 through Feb. 11, welcome the year of the pig with special dishes and drinks offered at the Waikīkī restaurant.
2019.01.25 09:00 AM

How 5 Popular Ethnic Festivals in Honolulu Adapt While Keeping Traditions Alive

Hurricane threats, new fees and money troubles have suddenly forced some of Honolulu’s decades-old ethnic festivals to pivot and change course in the past few years.
2019.01.24 02:00 PM

Why So Many Major Events Are Leaving Kapi‘olani Regional Park

Kapi‘olani Regional Park is somewhat of an anomaly: It is managed by the city but governed by a trust.
2019.01.24 07:00 AM