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Coming Soon: Artist Eddy Y’s Designs in Your Home and Even on Your Slippahs

Longtime Hawai‘i artist Eddy Y has designed surf scenes and vintage automobiles on clothing for more than 30 years. Now, he’s expanding to include casual home furnishings.
2018.01.08 02:43 PM

8 Feng Shui Fixes for the New Year

Hoping for a rush of fresh energy to start 2018? We asked Big Island feng shui expert Clear Englebert for some quick chi do’s and don’ts.
2018.01.05 11:56 AM

You Can Now Keep Track of Water-Quality Conditions at Hawai‘i Beaches

New state website provides up-to-date information on water-quality conditions at beaches.
2018.01.05 11:38 AM

Moms à la Mode: These Local Moms Run Their Companies and Families in Style

These three fabulous women run successful businesses, sprint to baseball games, dash to fashion shows and still have time to make a statement in their Manaola and Pradas. It’s apparent why their children (and we) look up to them, even when they’re not wearing stilettos.
2018.01.04 10:52 AM

Publisher’s Page: Milestones

A big anniversary calls for a look back and a steady eye forward.
2018.01.04 08:55 AM

Editor’s Page: Changing of the Guard

People making a difference.
2018.01.02 08:55 AM

The Essential Guide to Taro: A Kalo Culture Comeback

Kalo, or taro, is one of the most important foods for Native Hawaiians. Read about the culture, history and innovative new uses for the storied plant, along with some of our favorite dishes, from poi mochi doughnuts to pa‘i‘ai.
2017.12.28 08:55 AM

The Best Lawyers in Hawai‘i 2018

The number of legal practice areas here—91!—attests, life is complicated. But there’s no need to face those complications without an advocate.
2017.12.28 08:55 AM

The Essential Guide to Taro: The Anatomy of a Kalo Plant

Learn the parts of the taro plant and find out all the power-packed health benefits of eating it.
2017.12.27 08:55 AM

The Essential Guide to Taro: Where to Buy Poi in Hawai‘i

Local companies have found ways to commercially produce poi in an effort to get more taro on the table.
2017.12.26 08:55 AM

The Essential Guide to Taro: The Significance of Kalo in Hawaiian Culture

To Native Hawaiians, the kalo plant is a sacred connection to their ancestors.
2017.12.21 08:55 AM

The Essential Guide to Taro: How to Volunteer at a Lo‘i

Volunteers learn more than just how to grow taro at these community workdays.
2017.12.19 08:55 AM