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Meat Your Maker: Butcher & Bird is Now Open at Salt

This smartly done boutique butchery serves delicious ready-to-eat sausages, plus a curated counterful of quality cuts, bespoke pickles and one mean chocolate chip cookie.
2018.06.18 12:47 PM

11 Honolulu Happy Hours for Every Occasion

These pau hana spots take happy hours to the next level.
2018.06.18 12:42 PM

Why Some Hawai‘i Kūpuna are Pursuing New Careers Later in Life

As many older Americans draw the curtains on their first careers, they are finding ways to open new ones and start fresh.
2018.06.15 12:39 PM

First Look: Purvé Donut Stop

Bartender-bakers roll out fresh cake doughnuts with attitude.
2018.06.15 12:13 PM

Brighten Your Wardrobe with Pantone-Inspired Looks from Local Designers

Cherry Tomato. Chili Oil. Lime Punch. Whole Foods receipt? Or Pantone’s summer palette? If you guessed the latter, you’re correct.
2018.06.14 10:39 AM

First Look: Gochi Grill in Downtown

Gourmet meatloaf, tuna melt with ‘ahi and the kind of presentation you’d expect from a fine-dining chef.
2018.06.13 08:00 AM

How Hawai‘i Comedians Are Using Social Media to Cash in on Local Culture

Viral videos and digital memes are the latest social media trend, delivering humorous skits and sketches straight to smartphones and tablets. Some comedians hope local kine videos lead to careers with real incomes.
2018.06.12 08:55 AM

Afterthoughts: Death Becomes Me

My morbid fascination continues with an unsettling art exhibit.
2018.06.11 12:17 PM

Editor’s Page: A Work in Progress

A note for job applicants: Please don’t call me “Mr. Young.”
2018.06.08 08:55 AM

June 2018: Table of Contents

2018.06.05 03:36 PM

Quote Unquote: Meet the Man Making a Move Toward a More Sustainable Hawai‘i

Josh Stanbro, 46, was tapped last year to serve as chief resilience officer and executive director of the city’s new Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency.
2018.06.05 08:55 AM

Swing Back to 1945 with this Local World War II Film

“Last Taxi Dance” reignites the sexual and racial tensions of the last days of World War II in Honolulu—while celebrating Hawai‘i’s filmmaking community.
2018.06.04 08:55 AM